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LIBRARY OF CONG-BESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 




CATALOGUE 

7?3 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 

AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4 s 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS; 
VOLUME INDEX 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 2 

Nos. 1-52 

JANUARY-DECEMBER, 1 907 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1907 



LLS8C 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
51ST CONGRESS, 2nd SESSION, CHAP. 565-, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 2 

Nos. 1-5 

JANUARY 1^, 1907 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1907 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 



CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

Of this Catalogue Part 2 (Periodicals), Part 3 (Music), Part 4 (Engravings), will be issued monthly 
hereafter, instead of weekly. Fart 1 (Books) will be issued every week as heretofore. 

The weekly issue of the numbers of P^rts 2, 3, and 4 necessitated search through several short alpha- 
bets in order to locate any given title. To avoid this inconvenience it has been suggested that 
they be published monthly, so that a search through a year of the Catalogue will require the 
examination of only 12 indexes instead of 52 as formerly. 

The last weekly issue' of Part 3 (Engravings. Chromos, Photographs. Fine Arts) was on October 18, 
1906. The first monthly issue is under date of November 15, 1906. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright bv George F. Adams. Fortress Monroe, Va. Class 
F, XXe, no. 47810, Dec. 4. 1906; 2 copies received Dec. 4, 1906." 



Adams (George F. ), Fortress 
Monroe, Va. 
Hotel Chamberlin, Old Point Comfort, 
Virginia, (F 47810, Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 4, 1906. ) 1 

American colortvpe co.. New 

York, N. Y. 

Girl with auburn hair. ( F 47772, Dec. 1, 



1906; 2 c. Dec. 1, 1906.) 



2 



American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Aeroplane (The) not vet but soon. (T 

47829, Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906. )~ 3 
Ah yes, 'twas a bitter cold dav. ( F 48100, 

Dec. 11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 4 
All's well on board der Prosit. Nov. 11, 

1906. (F 47114, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 12, 1906.) 5 

And he missed Santa Clans after all! (F 

47823, Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906. ) 6 
And her name is still Maud. Nov. 25, 

1906. (F 47694, Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 27. 1906. ) 7 

And Maud came back! (F 47341, Nov. 

20, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 20, 1906.) 8 

And our old friend Sam, laughed. (F 

48103, Dec. 11. 1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 

1906. ) 9 

And the blow neariv killed poor mamma. 

( F 47345, Nov. 20, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 22, 

1906.) 10 

At the alirnon v club. ( F 47316, Nov. 19. 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 19, 1906.) 11 

Braggo The Monk. He bowls a string 

for a tenspot. ( F 47202, Nov. 14, 1906"; 

2 c. Nov. 14, 1906. ) 12 



American- journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Braggo The Monk. HebuvsMrs. Braggo 

a set of furs. (F 47684, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 13 
He discovers a chemical marvel. 

(F 47338, Nov. 20. 1906; 2 c. Nov. 

20, 1906.) 14 
He goes rabbit hunting with his 

famous dog Sport. (F 48094, Dec. 

11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 15 
He kills a bear— ves. (F 47106, 

Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 1906.) 16 

He knew how to kill the turkey but 

the tnrkev was'nt willing. (F 47731, 
Nov. 30. 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 17 

He picks up a live one. ( F 46974, 

Nov. 9, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 9, 1906.) 18 

He savs its a cinch to manage a wife. 

(F 47876, Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 
1906.) 19 

Oh ves, He's a great carver. (F 

47277, Nov. 17, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 17, 
1906. ) 20 

Who sent Braggo the lemons. (F 

47690, Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 27, 
1906. ) 21 

You can't fool him on diamonds. 

(F 47929, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1906. ) 22 

Bv the fireside. A woman place is bv the 
"fireside. (F 47263, Nov. 16, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 16, 1906.) 23 

Caruso case. With explanatory diagram. 
(F 47685, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 
1906.) 24 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



American-jonrnal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 

Cold, gray dawn. (F 47913, Dec. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 25 

Coming attractions in the national zoo. 
(F 47776, Dec. 1, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 1, 
1906.) 26 

Der Captain visits der old folks at home! 
(F 47344, Nov. 20. 1906; 2 c. Nov. 20, 
1906.) 27 

Dreamo, the monk. With apologies to 
the Evening Journal's, Braggo. (F 
47686, Nov. 24, 1906, 2 c. Nov. 24, 
1906. ) 28 

Flving machine in the desert. (F 47791, 
Dec. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 29 

Foxv Grandpa. The bovs plan a little 
cab ride. "(F 47826, Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 4, 1906. ) 30 

Hall room boys. An alarm of fire inter- 
rupts their tonsorial operations. (F 
47681, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 
1906. ) 31 

Their friend G. Whatawad gets 

them out of a very bad scrape. ( F 
47778, Dec. 1, 1906;*2c. Dec. 1, 1906.) 

32 

Their meal scheme works, but — 

(F 47687, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1906.) 33 

They come home late and are mis- 
taken for burglars. (F 47945, Dec. 8, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) 34 

They do it on $9.50 per. They have 

a box at the Horse Show. (F 47428, 
Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 35 

They do it on $9.50 per. They 

invest in some waterproof waterproofs. 
(F 47227, Nov. 15, 1906, 2 c Nov. 15, 
1906. ) 36 

They go in strong for the intel- 

' lectuallife. (F 48098, Dec. 11, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 37 
Thev introduce an operatic celebrity. 

(F 47172, Nov. 13, 1906; 2 c, Nov. 13, 

1906.) 38 
They take a flyer in Wall street. 

(F 473*13, Nov. 19' 1906; 2 c. Nov. 19, 

1906.) 39 
They trade breakfasts with the star 

boarder. (F 47830, Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 4, 1906. ) 40 

They visit the automobile show and 

make some purchases. - (F 47911, Dec. 
6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906. ) 41 

Happy Thanksgiving to you. (F 47697, 
Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c Nov. 27, 1906. ) 42 

Her name was Maud. Their names were 

; Pumpernickel and Schwarzbrod. (F 

47112, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 

1906. ) 43 



American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

His old college chum. (F 47793, Dec. 3, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 44 

I see bv the papers. (F 47339, Nov. 20, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 20. 1906.) 45 
(F 47401, Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 

22. 1906.) 46 
Recorder Goff says it is no crime to 

hug on a doorstep. (F 47931, Dec. 7, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1906.) 47 



If it were a man show. ( F 47689, 
26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 



Nov. 
48 



If you don't believe thev are confident, 
look at their faces. ( F 46920, Nov. 7. 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 7, 1906.) 49 



In jun 

1906; 



de society. 
2 c. Nov.' 22, 



von 

11, 
55 

his 
(F 

12, 
56 



( F 47399, Nov. 22, 
1906.) 50 

He was a good fellow. (F 47682, 

Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 51 

In the national monkev house. ( F 47402, 
Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1906.) 52 

Jungle tailor shop. A big job for Mr. 
Monk. (F 47727, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 30, 1906.) 53 

Just kids. Do you mean to say, Henry, 
that you forgot this was the anniver- 
sary of our engagement? (F 47729, 
Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 54 

Great Scott, Hank, where did 

git them clothes. (F 48095, Dec. 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 

Hey! maw, Tommie's wiping 

nose wid his new handkerchief. 
47107, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c Nov. 
1906. ) 

It isn't polite to smoke when you 

are walking with a ladv, Jimmy. (F 
47730, Nov. 30, 1906; 2c. Nov. 30, 
1906.) 57 

Pour er lot of kerosene on me. ( F 

46975, Nov. 9, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 9, 1906.) 

58 

Say, Mamie, if dis wuz a twenty- 
dollar gold piece. (F 47261, Nov. 16, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 16, 1906.) 

My father's er millionaire. 

47683, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 
1906. ) 

Scuse me W 7 illie fer not recognizin' 

vou at first. I tought you wuz a cigar 
sign. (F 47680, Nov.* 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 28, 1906. ) 61 

What sort of a game is this? Game 

nuffin— he's paving his election bet. 
(F 47777, Dec. 1, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 1, 
1906. ) 62 

Love will find a way. ( F 47400, Nov. 
22, 1906; 2 c. Nov. "22, 1906.) 63 



59 

(F 
24, 
60 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 

Love will find a way. Ah, here comes 
my sweetheart now. Confound her 
popper. But I will have a kiss just the 
same. (F 47679, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 28, 1906. ) 64 

And so Mr. Gurgle vou won distinc- 
tion in the war? (F 47728, Nov. 30, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 65 

Aunt Abigail — Ha, ha! There comes 

that young George in to see Gertie. 
(F 47262, Nov. 16, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 16, 
1906. ) 66 

By jove! There's Gertie's neighbors 

across the way moving out. Now if 
Gerties mommer is stuck in the room 
I'll fix her sure enough. (F 47779, 
Dec. 1, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 1, 1906.) 67 

George: Yes; I found it. (F 46977, 

Nov. 9, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 9, 1906.) 68 

George: Yes, Miss Abigail, one of 

my ancestors was murdered in his cas- 
tle. (F 47108, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 
12, 1906.) 69 

George: Yes, my uncle, the celebrat- 
ed traveller was telling me. (F 47314, 
Nov. 19, 1906. 2 c. Nov. 19, 1906. ) 70 

Ye Gods! and again! But I must 

have that fond embrace. (F 47792, 
Dec. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec 3. 1906.) 71 

Martvrdom of John D. with explanatorv 
diagram. (F 47946, Dec. 8, 1906:2 c. 
Dec. 8, 1906.) 72 

Merry Christmas on board the Prosit! 
( F 47824, Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906. ) 

73 

Monopoly Lodge Yuletide entertainment. 
No. 1 of the programme is entitled "The 
jollv Christmas spirit." ( F 47912, Dec. 
6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6,1906.) 74 

More trouble in the Leander household ! 
(F 47343, Nov 20, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 20, 
1906.) 75 

Mr. E. Z. Mark assists the artist. (F 
47688, Nov 26, 1906: 2 c! Nov. 26, 1906. ) 

76 

buvs a relic. (F47173, Nov. 13, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 13, 1906.) 77 

buvs for quick profit. (F 47230, 

Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 15, 1906.) 78 

is put next to a new game. ( F 47389, 

Nov. 21, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 21, 1906.) 79 

learns how. (F 46950, Nov. 8, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 8, 1906. ) 80 



1906; 2 
81 



wins (?) (F 47430, Nov. 23 

c. Nov. 23, 1906. ) 

News of the day. Won't you let me play 
in vour vard my sugar plum? (F 
47278, Nov. 17, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 17, 1906.) 

82 



American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

No wedding bells for him! Dec. 2, 1906. 

(F 47825; Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 

1906. ) 83 

Now, what d've think of that. (F 47174, 

Nov. 13, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 13, 1906.) 84 
A peach in dropping from a tree. 

(F 46976, Nov. 9. 1906; 2 c. Nov. 9, 

1906. ) 85 
Before a man ascends. (F 47109, 

Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 1906.) 86 
There was once a Mr. Blank. (F 

47203, Nov. 14, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 14, 

1906.) 87 
There was once an eccentric young 

rabbit. (F 47264, Nov. 16, 1906"; 2 c. 

Nov. 16, 1906.) 88 

Our antediluvian ancestors. (F 47388, 

Nov. 21, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 21, 1906.) 89 
What is it? ( F 47733, Nov. 30, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 90 
What's all this going on here? Aw, 

Mrs. Skinclothes has written a book 

advocating what she calls "Trial Mar- 
riages." (F 47930, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 7, 1906.) 91 

Poor teacher. Dec. 9, 1906. (F 48104, 

Dec. 11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 92 
Presidential message of the future! (F 

47875, Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 5. 1906.) 

93 
Real Thanksgiving. (F 47429, Nov. 23, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 94 

Slide Kelly slide. (F 47115, Nov. 12, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 1906.) 95 

Sorrows of Satan! He visits the Standard 

oil office. ( F 47315, Nov. 19, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 19, 1906.) 96 

Sure! Happv Hooligan would catch the 

gentleman's hat! (F 47340, Nov. 20, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 20, 1906.) 97 

Thanksgiving: dav on board the Prosit. 

(F 47693, Nov.* 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 27, 

1906.) 98 

Things that make me laugh. (F 47874, 

Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1906.) 99 
Those sweet little Katzenjammer kids. 

Dec. 9, 1906. (F 48105, Dec. 11, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 100 

Troubles of Cupid. (F 47390, Nov. 21, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 21,1906.) 101 

Troubles of married life. ( F 47828, Dec. 

4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 102 

Nov. 25, 1906. (F 47695, Nov. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 27, 1906.) 103 

Troubles of Pete The Pedlar. (F 47113, 
Nov. 13, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 1906.) 104 



(F 47342, Nov 

20, 1906. ) 



20, 1906: 2 c. Nov. 
105 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 

Troubles of Pete The Pedlar. Nov. 25, 
1906. (F 47698, Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 27, 1906. ) 106 

Dec. 9, 1906. (F 48102, Dec. 11, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 107 

Troubles of the lover bug. Be very care- 
ful of my new hat. (F 47228, Nov. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 15, 1906.) 108 

Trusts eat turkev, frankfurters for com- 
mon people. (F 47692, Nov. 27, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 27, 1906.) 109 

Uncle Grouch pays a visit to Lulu and 
Leander. (F 48101, Dec. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 11, 1906.) 110 

Week on the water wagon. (F 47732, 
Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) Ill 

What is home without a mother-in-law. 
Nov. 11, 1906. (F 47111, Nov. 12, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 12, 1906.) 112 

What's the use? Does it pay? You are 
a man thoroughly imbued with gal- 
lantry and courtesy, etc. ( F 48096, 
Dec. 11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 113 

When they marrv a title. (F 47204, 
Nov. 14, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 14, 1906.) 114 

Wireless telegraphy for autos. ( F 47947, 
Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) 115 

Why Boni left home! With explanatory 
diagram. (F 47205, Nov. 14, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 14, 1906.) 116 

Wouldn't it make you mad — after you 
hadhad a good night's sleep. (F47229, 
Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 15, 1906.) 117 

Wasn't it fine the way we convicted 

the oil trust of conspiracy? (F 47691, 
Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 27, 1906.) 118 

Yep ! it's ttill Maud! (F 47827, Dec. 4, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 119 

Yep, same old Happy. Nov. 25, 1906. 
(F 47696, Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 27, 
1906.) 120 

Yes, Happy Hooligan is home agtun. 
Nov. 11, 1906. (F 47110, Nov. 12, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 12, 1906.) 121 

Apparel retailer, Boston, 
Mass. 
Pick up a few more customers. (F 47768. 
Dec. 1, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 1, 1906. ) 122 

Ashley ( Burtin J. ), Chicago, 
111, 
Hon. Thomas Ashlev 1738-1810 (F 
47413, Nov. 23, 1906; *2 c. Nov. 15, 1906. ) 

123 

Aspinwall (Lloyd), New 
York, N.'Y. 
Ranchman. (F 47939, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 8, 1906.) 124 



Bank of Northport, North- 
port, N. Y. 
Naval review by President Roosevelt on 
Long Island Sound, Labor Day, 1906. 
(F 47917, Dec. 7, 1906: 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1906.) 125 

Barmore (Chas. ), New York, 

N. Y. 

Lincoln (Abraham) Etched on copper 

plate after a photograph by Rice 1864. 

(F 47714, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 

1906.) 126 

Barton & Spooner, Cornwall 
on Hudson, N. Y. 

Dav line steamer " Hendrick Hudson." 
(F 47907, Dec. 6, 1906: 1 c. Dec. 6, 
1906.) 127 

" Hendrick Hudson" at Newburgh land- 
ing. (F 47908, Dec. 6, 1906; 1 c. Dec. 
6, 1906. ) 128 

"Hendrick Hudson" passing Breakneck 
mountain at the entrance of the High- 
lands. (F 47909, Dec. 6, 1906; 1 c. Dec. 
6, 1906.) 129 

Hudson river steamer Mary Powell leav- 
ing Cornwall for Newburgh. (F47910, 
Dec. 6, 1906; 1 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 130 

Bell (J. P.), company, 
Lnvchburg, Va. 
R. M. W. C. girl. (F 47962, Dec. 10, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 131 

Benziger brothers, New York, 
N. Y. 
Diploma of admission into St. John 
Berehman's Society. (F 47781, Dec. 
3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 3," 1906. ) 132 

Bowles (Joseph B.), Chi- 
cago, III. 
Adventures of Peck's bad boy. Bird and 

the bonnet. (F 47891, Dec. 6, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 133 
New dog is introduced to the family. 

(F 47120, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 

1906. ) 134 
Pa and the prize turkey. (F 47360, 

Nov. 20, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 20, 1906.) 135 
Pa made a .great Santa Claus; butt — 

(F 47933, Dec. 7, 1906; 2c Dec. 7, 1906.) 

136 
Pa goes hunting. (F 47121, Nov. 12, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 1906.) 137 

Bradley (Milton) company, 
Springfield, Mass. 
Educational plav. (F 47780, Dec. 1, 
1906; 2 c. Dec/l, 1906.) 138 

Brief press, Boston, Mass. 
Turkish harem. (F 47831, Nov. 26, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 4, 1906. ) 139 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



Brooke (Minnie E.) , Chevy 
Chase, Md. 
Soldiers home, Washington, D. C. (F 
47102, Nov. 10, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 10, 
1906.) 140 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 

Minn. 

An unwelcome guest. 8x6. (F 47423, 

Nov. 23, 1906. ) 141 

Dictating. 7x5. (F 47416, Nov. 23, 

1906.) 142 

Dictating. 11 x Ih. (F 47417, Nov. 23, 

1906.) 143 

Madelaine. 6x8. (F 47420, Nov. 23, 

1906. ) 144 

Madelaine. 11 x 14. (F 47421, Nov. 23, 

1906.) 145 

Natures mirror. 7x5. (F 47418, Nov. 

23, 1906.) 146 

Natures mirror. 14x10. (F 47419, Nov. 

23, 1906.) 147 

Referee. 7x5. ( F 47422, Nov. 23, 1906. ) 

148 
2 c. each Nov. 23, 1906. 

Calveard ( Frances Leonore), 

Louisville, Ky. 

By this heart of vellow, know. ( F 47709, 

Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 149 

Know thou by this heart of green. (F 

47707, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Oct, 29, 1906. ) 

150 

Know dear one bv this heart of red. ( F 

47706, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 

151 

This heart is blue and so am I. ( F 47708, 

Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 152 

Carl (Leslie E.), Deposit, 
N. Y. 
First Presbvterian church, Second street, 
Deposit, N. Y. ( F 42529, May 28, 1906; 
2 c. May 28, 1906. ) 153 

Charak (Henry B.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Success crowning effort. (F 47961, Dec. 
10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 154 

Chatterley (Thomas S.), 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Turn over a new leaf. (F 47969, Nov. 
28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906. 155 

Christy (F. Earl), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
College cap and gown series A. Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. (F 47715, Oct. 
27,1906.) 156 

College cap and gown series B. Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania. ( F47716, Oct. 
27, 1906.) 157 

2 c. each Oct. 27, 1906. 



Clancy (Charles W.) Haver- 
hill, Mass. 
Bradley's Falls bv moonlight, Upper Mer- 
rimack. (F 37287, Nov. 20, 1905. ) 158 

Chain bridge, crossing the Merrimack 
river at Newburyport, Mass., steamer 
Merrimack going through and electric 
car crossing bridge at the same time. 
(F 37288, Nov. 20, 1905.) 159 

Gale Park, Haverhill, Mass. (F 37286, 
Nov. 20, 1905. ) 160 

2 c. each Nov. 11, 1906. 

Colorado iron works com- 
pany, Denver, Colo. 
Crushing rollsl (F 47576, Nov. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 161 

Dodge crusher. (F 47984, Dec. 10, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 10, 1906. ) 162 

Columbia calendar company, 

New York, N. Y. 

First drive. ( F 47889, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 1 63 

Good shot. ( F 47887, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 1 64 

Her first lesson. ( F 47883, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 

165 

i Immortal conflict 1779. (F 47886, Dec. 6, 

1906.) 166 

Moorish beauty. (F 47885, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 

167 

On the coast of Normandy. (F 47890, 

Dec. 6, 1906.) 168 

Reveries. (F 47884, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 169 

Well served. (F 47888, Dec. 6, 1906.) 

170 
2 c. each Dec. 6, 1906. 

Cooledge (C. D.),Eden, Yt. 
Acrostic post card series, no. 1. Yt. 
(F 47103, Nov. 1, 1906.) 171 

no 2. Vt. (F 47104, Nov. 1, 1906. ) 

172 
2 c. each Nov. 26, 1906. 

Dehn (Sarah) , Buffalo, N. Y. 
Lorraine. (F 47958, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 8, 1906.) 173 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Hotel Del Monte, Del Monte, Cal. A. 
No. 50228. (F 47996, Dec. 10, 1906.) 

174 

B. No. 50504. (F 47997, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 175 

2 c. each Dec. 10, 1906. 

Eastman (Morgie A.), Exeter, 
N. H. 
Home and the tannery of Jethro Bass 
(Coniston) Croydon," N. H. (F 47546, 
Nov. 6, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 6, 1906.) 176 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Eaton (Hugh & Margaret), 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Valhall card leaflet, no. 3. A Christmas 

kiss. (F 47816, Dec. 4, 1906.) 177 

Valhall border leaflet, no. 25. Mother. 



(F 47815, Dec. 4, 1906.) 
2 c. each Dec. 4, 1906. 

Edwards ( Warren), Chicago, 

Mother. (F 45633, Sept. 17, 1906: 
Sept. 6, 1906.) 



178 



2 c. 
179 



Egelhof (F. L. ), Dubuque, 
Iowa. 
Loop of the Union electric co., Union 
park, Dubuque, Iowa. (F 46953, Nov. 
8, 1906.) 180 

Recreation grounds, Union park, Du- 
buque, Iowa, U. S. A. (F 46954, Nov. 
8, 1906.) 181 

Security building. (F 46956, Nov. 8, 
1906.) 182 

2 c. each Dec. 10, 1906. 

Elliott (Chas. H. ) company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
To our absent brothers. ( F 47814, Dec. 
4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 183 

Face(LillieB.), Norfolk, Va. 
Garden spot of the world. (F 48153, 
Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 184 

Fantus ( Ernest L. ) company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Printing a catalogue, from start to finish. 
(F 40632, Mar. 23, 1906; 2 c. Apr. 2, 
1906.) 185 

Frohn (John C. ), Boston, 

Mass. 

Queen of clubs. (F 47770, Dec. 1, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 1, 1906.) 186 

Queen of diamonds. (F 47583, Nov. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 187 

Queen of hearts. (F 47653, Nov. 7, 1906; 



2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 



188 



Queen of spades. (F 47769, Dec. 1 , 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 1, 1906.) 189 

Frost & Reed, Bristol, Eng- 
land. 
Peace. (F 47577, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 30, 1906. ) 190 

Fugate (Wilbourn Wayne), 
Washington, D. C. 
Old Libby prison as it appeared Aug. 23, 
1863 *(F 47700, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 21, 1906.) 191 

Gast (August) bank note and 

lithographing company, 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Your bank in account with you. (F 

47584, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906.) 192 



Geary (Jesse E. ), Taunton, 
Mass. 
Winslow church. (F 47582, Nov. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 193 

German (W. J.), McKees- 
port, Pa. 
j Our boy. ( F 47745, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 30, 1906. ) 194 

Grover (Demas L. ), Onon- 
daga Valley, N. Y. 
Politics. ( F 47918, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
7, 1906.) 195 

Haley (I. N.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
A pilot who knoweth the dangers at hand; 
is He yours? ( F 48032, Dec. 11 , 1906. ) 

196 

'Tis the old time religion and its good 

enough for me. (F 48033, Dec. 11, 

1906. ) 197 

2 c. each Dec. 11, 1906. 

Hanger (S. T.) , Portsmouth, 
Va. 
Windy corner Monticello hotel. (F 
477 i0, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 17, 
1906.) 198 

Windy corner National Bank of Com- 
merce. (F 47711, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 30, 1906.) 199 

Hannah (W. EL), George- 
town, Ohio. 
Grant (Gen. U. S. ) and his boyhood 
home from 1823 to 1839. (F 47811, 
Dec. 4, 1906; 2 e. Sept, 21, 1906.) 200 

Harding (Robert) co., Rich- 
mond, Va. 
Morning prayer. ( F 47860, Dec. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 201 

Harris (Joel Chandler), At- 
lanta, ( ia. 
Brer Rabbit questions Brer Fox's 

veracity. Nov. 18, 1906. (F 47326, 

Nov. 19, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 19, 1906.) 202 
Brer Rabbit's laughing place. Nov. 11, 

1906. (F 47129, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 12, 1906.) 203 

How Wilev Wolf rode in the bag. Nov. 

25, 1906/ ( F 47609, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 26, 1906.) 204 

Harvey (Fred), Kansas City, 
Mo. 
Cardenas hotel, Trinidad, Col. no. 7943. 
(F 48148, Dec. 12, 1906.) 205 

Casteneda, Las Vegas, N. M. no. 7944. 
(F 481-49, Dec. 12, 1906.) 206 

Elle of Ganado. no. 9999. (F 48152, 
Dec. 12, 1906.) 207 

Hopi house, Grand Canyon of Arizona. 
No. 8798. (F 48151, Dec. 12, 1906. ) 

208 



ENGRAVINGS CUTS, AND PRINTS 



Harvev (Fred), Kansas Citv, 
Mo. 
Indian and Mexican building. Albu- 
querque, N. M. No. 7946. (F 48150, 
Dec. 12, 1906. ) 209 

2 c. each Dec. 12, 1906. 

Heal (\V. S.), New York. 
N. Y. 
How would you like to try this with me. 
(F 47453, Nov. 23, 1906.) 210 

Try this on your piano. (F 47455, Nov. 
23,1906.) 211 

You'll get this bv post. (F 47454, Nov. 
23,1906.) 212 

2 c. each Nov. 23, 1906. 
Herald, Palestine, Texas. 
First Christian church, Palestine, Texas, 
(F 48136, Dec. 10, 1906.) 213 

High school building, Palestine, Texas. 
(F 48133, Dec. 10, 1906.) 214 

I. & G. N. depot, Palestine, Texas. (F 
48134, Dec. 10, 1906.) 215 

R. R. Y. M. C. A. building, Palestine, 
Texas. (F 48135, Dec. 10, 1906.) 216 
St, Mary's academv, Palestine, Texas. 
(F 48137, Dec. 10, 1906.) 217 

Street scene, Palestine, Texas. (F 48138, 
Dec. 10, 1906.) 
2 c. each Nov. 27, 1906. 218 

Hill ( Benjamin F. ), Chicago, 

111. 

Detroit in a nut shell. ( F 45964, Sep. 29, 

1906.) 219 

Toledo in a nut shell. (F 45965, Sep. 29, 

1906. ) 

2 c. each, Nov. 5, 1906. 220 

Hobson & co., New York, 

X. Y. 

Baker's cart, stvle 842. (F 48125, Dec. 

12, 1906.) 221 

Boiler truck, style 4040. (F 48128, Dec. 

12, 1906. ) 222 

Donkev cart— stvle 1592. (F 48124, Dec. 

12, 1906.) 223 

Freight wagon, stvle 3239. (F 48126, Dec. 

12, 1906.)" 224 

Freight wagon, style 3920. (F 48127. 

Dec. 12, 1906.) 225 

Header wagon, stvle 4292. (F 48129, 

Dec. 12, 1906. ) 226 

Sugar wagon, sn le 4151. (F 48130, Dec. 

12, 1906. ) 

2 c. each, Dec. 12, 1906.) 227 

Hodgson (Caspar W. ), New 

York, X. Y. 

Cordillera central mountains of northern 

Luzon. (F 47820, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 228 

Bagobos, a tribe of Mindanao. (F 47817, 

Dec. 4, 1906.) 229 



Hodgson (Caspar W. '), New 
York, N. Y. 
In the mountains of northern Luzon. 
(F 47822, Dec. 4, 1906.) 230 

Path through a Philippine forest, (F 
47818, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 231 

Road near Lucena. (F 47819, Dec. 4, 
1906. ) 232 

San Juanico straits between Samar and 
Leyte. (F 47821, Dec. 4, 1906.) 233 
2 c. each Dec. 4, 1906. 

Holmes (William S. ), Den- 
ver, Colo. 
Infernal question. (F 47405, Nov. 12, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 234 

Huntsberry (W. E. ), Win- 
chester, Va. 
Views of Winchester, Va. (F 47932. 
Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1906. ) 235 

Judge companv, New York, 
X. Y. 
Redman's Christmas gift. ( F 47719, Nov. 
30. 1906; 1 c Nov. 20, 1906; 1 c. Nov. 
30, 1906.) 236 

Keely & Rockey, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Dear sir, I beg to hand vou herewith a 
lemon. (F 47655, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec, 4, 1906. ) 237 

Kellev ( Frarik Bergen ) , Eliza- 
beth, X. J. 
Citv government. Plate 5. (F 42258, 
May 17, 1906.) 238 

Foundations (The) of government. Plate 

4. (F 42257, May 17, 1906.) 239 
Good citizenship. Plate 6. (F 42259, 
' May 17, 1906. ) 240 

2 c. each Feb. 19, 1906. 

Kelsay (J. P.), Montieello, 

Kv. 

Falls of Seventv Six, Ky. ( F 47970, Dec. 

5, 1906; 1 c. Nov. 12, 1906; 1 c. Nov. 17, 
1906.) 241 

Koeber (Paul C. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
After 10 minutes talk, what's that, dont 
know what I'm talking about, who the 
dickens are vou, 658, ring off I want 
698. (F 47601, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 26, 1906. ) 242 

All is not gold that glitters. (F 47604, 
Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 

243 

Alwavs look on the bright side of things. 

(F "47868, Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 

1906.) 244 

Bird in the hand is worth two in the 

bush. (F 47865, Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 5, 1906. ) 245 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Koeber(PaulC), New York, 

X. Y. 

Deserted. (F 47608, Nov. 26, L906; 2 c. 

Nov. 26, 1906. ) 246 

Flower (The) of the land. (F 47602, 

Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 

247 
Honeymoon (The). (F 47600, Nov. 26, j 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 248 

I am trying to get around. (F 47870, 

Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1906.) 249 
I'd like to know. (F 47606, Nov. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 2(5, L906.) 250 

Jury disagree. (F 47867, Dec. 5, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 5, 1906.) 251 

Mother-in-laws' pets. (F 47605, Nov. 26, 

1000; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. i 252 

Spooning. (F 47864, Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 5, L906.) 253 

Village sport. (F 47866, Dec. 5, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 5, L906.) 254 

Wanted, free passage by young lady. (F 

47603, Nov. 26, 1906;' 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906. ) 255 

When mother travels. (F 17863, Dec 5, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1906.) 256 

When you and I were young. (F 47607, 

Nov.'26, 1906; 2c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 257 
Will soon drop in. (F 47869, Dec. 5, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1906.) 258 

Levy (Gertrude Hart), Nor- 
folk, va. 
Elk's welcome. (F 47452, Nov. 2:5, L906; 
2 c. Nov. 2.°,, 1906. ) 259 , 

Lidberg(E. II. j, Red Wing, 

Minn. 

L. L. S. drive, Red Wing, Minn. (F 

48142, Dec. L0, 1900.) 260 

Bed Wing, Minn. (F 48141, Dec. 10, 

1906. ) 261 

2 c. each Nov. 26, 1906. 

Life publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Have .you a friend in the moon? (F 

47790, Dec. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 

262 
Seeing New York. (F 47742, Nov. 30, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 263 

Courageous. (F 47592, Nov. 26, L906; 

2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 264 

Curiosity. ( F 47599, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. ! 

Nov. 26, 1906.) 265 

Disappointment. (F 47593, Nov. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 266 

Expectancy. (F 47594, Nov. 26,1906; 

2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 267 

Frivolity. (F 47596, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 26, 1906.) 268 

Joy. (F 47595, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 e. Nov. 

26, 1906.) 269 



Life publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Pleasure. (F 47598, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 26, 1906. ) 270 

Shy. (F 47591, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 

26, 1906.) 271 

Sincerity. (F 47597, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 26, 1906.) 272, 

Whimsical. (F 47590, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 

c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 273 

Lively (Grin P.), Ports- 
mouth, Va. 

Pest vet! (F 47549, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 24, 1906.) 274 

Livermore & Knight corn- 
pan v, Providence, R. I. 
Toast to the" new year. (F 47979, Dec. 
10, 190(5; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 275 

Loewenbach (Oscar), Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 
Adams (John). (F47963, Dec. 10, 1906) 

276 
Jefferson (Th.) (F47964, Dec. 10, 1906.) 

277 
2 c. each Dec. 13, L906. 

Long (Dan I. B.), Buffalo, 
N. Y. 
Bract of Poinsettia. (F 47585, Nov. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, L906.) 278 

Lilies and oblong panel, no. 812. (F. 

40308, Mar. 9, 1906; 1 c. Mar. 9, 1906; 

1 c. Apr. 13, 1900.) 279 

Lilies and upright narrow oval. no. 810. 

(F. 40306, Mar. 9, 1906; 1 c. Mar. 9, 

1906, 1 c. Apr. 13, 1906.) 280 

M. A. P. in America com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Goelet {Mrs. Robert). (F. 47664, Nov. 
26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 281 

McLaughlin Press, Buffalo, 
N. Y. 
Are you readv? (F. 47717, Nov. 22, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1906.) 282 

Macoy publishing and ma- 
sonic supply company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Alpha itnt. S. K. J. 27. Omega. (F 
47415, Nov. 28, 1906.) 283 

Holiness to the Lord. (F 47414, Nov. 
28, 1906.) 284 

2 c. each Nov. 23, 1906. 

Manzi, Joyant & co., Paris, 
France. 
Family of Rubens. (F 47812, Dec. 4, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 285 

Mielatz (Chas. F. W.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Poe's cottage, Fordham. ( F 42369, Mav 
17, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 13, 1906.) 286 



ENGRAVINGS, OUTS, ANJ) PRINTS 



.Moffat, Yard <Sc CO., New 
York, N. Y. 
Motherhood. (F 45923, Sept. 28, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 2!), L906. I 287 

Morris (Geo. Ford), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
,-oacii stallion, Chanderinagor. ( F 48016, 
Dec. 10, 1900; 2 c. Dec 10, 1900.) 288 

Murphy (Thos. D.) com- 
pany, Red Oak, Iowa. 
Christmas eve. (F 48024, Dec 10,1900.) 

289 

Clara. (F 48022, Dec. L0, 1900.) 290 

Guilty or not guilty? (F 48Q19, Doc 10, 

1900.) 291 

flaying hookey. (F 48020, Dec lo, 

1900. ) 292 

Purity. ( F 4802 1 , I tec. 1 0, 1 906. ) 293 

Rejected advances. (F 48018, Doc 10, 

1906. ) 294 

What arc the wild waves paying? (F 

48023, Dec. 10, 190(5.) 295 

What'll you gimme for him? (F48025, 

Dec. 10, 190(5.) 296 

2 c each Dec 10, 1900. 

New thoughl publishing 
company, ( Ihicago. 111. 
Christmas resolution. (F 47718, Nov. 2, 
1906; 2 c Nov. 5, L906.) 297 

New York evening telegram 
( New York herald com- 
pany) ,.Jersey ( 'it v, 
N. .1. 
Dream of the rarehit fiend. (F 47618, 
Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 20, 1900. ) 298 

Nov. 8, 1906. (F 47078, Nov. 10, 

L906; 2 c Nov. 10, 1900.) 299 

Nov. 10, 1900. (F 47117, Nov. 12, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 1900.) 300 

Nov. 15, 1900. (F 47265, Nov. 10, 

1900; 2 c. Nov. 10, 1906.) 301 

— Nov. 17, 1900. (F 47317, Nov. 19, 
1900; 2 c. Nov. 19, 190(1. ) 302 
-Nov. 22, 1900. (F 47438, Nov. 2:;, 
1900; 2 c Nov. 2:;, 1906.) 303 

— Nov. 29, 1900. (F 47775, Dec. 1, 
190(i ; 2 c. Dec 1, 1900.) 304 

Dec 1, 1900. ( F 47796, Dec.",, 1900; 

2 e. Dec 2,, 1906.) 305 

- Dec 0, 1900. (F 47944, Dec S, 1906; 

2 c Dec 8, 1906.) 306 

(Epitaphs for live ones. Henry II. Rogers. 

" ( F 47200, Nov. 14, 1900; 2 c Nov. 14, 

/ 1900.) 307 

ft Secretary Taft. (F 47795, Dec 2,, 

1906; 2 c. Dec 3, 1900.) 308 

}f Sir Thomas Lipton. (F 47110, Nov. 

12, 1900; 2 c Nov. 12, 1900. ) 309 



New York evening telegram 
(New York herald com- 
pany), Jersey City, 

N. J. 
Monkey shines of Marseleen. ( F 4740:;, 

Nov/22, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1900. ) 310 
— — Mis adventures at a foot ball game. 

(F 47220, Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c Nov. 15, 

1900.) 311 
His adventures with the parson. 

Dec 5, 1906. ( F 47924, Dec 7, 1900; 



2 c Doc 7, 1900.) 
— Nov. 28, 1900. 
1906; 2 c. Nov 



:;o. 



(F 47722, Nov 
1906.) 



Pa Puddinhead. 



Nov. 
1906: 



16, 
2 < 



1900. 
Nov 



(F 47550, 

1900. ) 
1900. 



Nov. 24, 



19(H). 
Nov 



312 

. 2,0, 

313 

(F 
. 17, 
314 

1900; 
315 



47275, Nov. ]7, 

1900.) 
Nov. 22. 

2 c. Nov. 24, 
Nov. 20. 1900. (F 47794, Dec 

1900, 2 c Dec. 2, 1900. 

Pilgrims progress. Nov 

47201, Nov. L4, 1900; 

1900.) 
Nov. 20, 1900. (F 47387, Nov. 

L906; 2 c. Nov. 21, 1900.) 
Nov. 27, 1900. (F 4772-1, Nov. 

1900; 2 C. Nov. 2,0, 1906.) 

Dec 4, 1906. (F 47878, Dec 5, 

1900; 2 c. Dec 5, 1900. ) 320 

Pilgrim's (A ) progress, by Mister Bunion. 

Nov. 0, 19(H). ( I'" 409-17, Nov. 8, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 8, 1906.) 321 

Ventriloquial vag. Nov. 12, 1900. (F 

47175, Nov. 12,, 1900; 2 c Nov. 13, 1906. ) 

322 



316 

(F 

14, 

317 

21, 
318 

20, 
319 



— Nov. 19, 1900. 
L906; 2 c Nov. 22 

— Nov. 26, 19(H). 
L906; 2 c Nov. 27 

— Dec. 2, 1900. (F4 
2 c. Dec 5, 1900.) 



( F 47346, Nov. 20, 
1900.) 323 

( F 47022, Nov. 27, 
1900.) 324 

877, Dec;. 5, 1900; 
325 



New York herald company, 
.Jersev City, N. J. 
Buster Brown, bet, 21, 1900. (F 46078, 
Oct. 5, 1900; 2 c Oct, 20, 1900.) 326 

Nov. IS, 1900. (F 47225, Nov. 15, 

1900; 2 c Nov. 17, 1900.) 327 

Nov. 25, 1906. (F 17427, Nov. 22, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1900.) 328 

Dec 2, 1900. (F 47072, Nov. 28, 

190(5; 2 c Dec 2, 1900.) 329 

Dec 9, 1900. (F 47077, Nov. 28, 

19(H); 2 c Dec 10, 19(H).) 330 

( 'hi Id hood's unhappy hours. Look w hat 
Kitty's done to my clean floor. (F 
47421, Nov. 22, 1900; 2 c. Nov. 20, 
1900.) 331 

Feminine fancies. Nov. II, 1906. (F 
40949, Nov. 8, 1900; 2 c Nov. 12, L906. ) 

332 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 






New York herald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Feminine fancies. Nov. 18, 1906. (F 
47219, Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 17, 
1906. ) 333 

I went at Henry with my sword. Nov. 
25, 1906. (F*47435, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 26, 1906. ) 334 

In childhood's unhappy hours. Asleep 
on post. (F 47925, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 10, 1906. ) 335 

"Go 'way! you've had vour din- 
ner." (F 47221, Nov. 15. 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 17, 1906.) 336 

I'se got hurted. ( F 47725, Nov. 30, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 337 
Nov. 11, 1906. (F 46948, Nov. 8, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 1906.) 338 

Little Nemo in Slumberland. Nov. 18, 

1906. ( F 47226, Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 

17, 1906.) 339 
Oct. 21, 1906. (F 46079, Oct. 5, 1906; 

2 c. Oct, 20, 1906. ) 340 
Nov. 25, 1906. (F 47436, Nov. 23, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 341 
Dec. 2, 1906. (F 47673, Nov. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 342 
Dec. 9, 1906. (F 47678, Nov. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 343 

Little Sammy Sneeze. I wanted to see 

if I could purchase a stone. (F 46076, 

Oct, 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 20, 1906.) 344 
Nov. 18, 1906. (F 47223, Nov. 15, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 17, 1906.) 345 
Nov. 25, 1906. ( F 47434, Nov. 23, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 346 
Dec. 2, 1906. ( F 47670, Nov. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 347 
Dec. 9, 1906. (F 47674, Nov. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 348 

Mavbe it wasn't exciting going through 

the cave. (F 47928, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 10, 1906.) 349 

Scorned. (F 46393, Oct, 17, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 20, 1906. ) 350 

She made a leap which landed her in the 

bowl of pop corn. ( F 47726, Nov. 30, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 351 

Terrors of the tiny tads. This tiny tad 

is setting forth. (F 46080, Oct, 5, 1906; 



2 c. Oct. 20, 1906. ) 

— Nov. 18, 1906 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 17, 1906. ) 



352 

F 47222, Nov. 15, 



353 

- Nov. 25, 1906. ( F 47432, Nov. 23, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 354 
Dec. 2, 1906. (F 47671, Nov. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 355 
Dec. 9, 1906. (F 47676, Nov. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906. ) 356 



New York herald company, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

AVish twins and Aladdin's lamp. Rub 

the lamp and wish his clothes will 

change. (F 46077, Oct, 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct, 20, 1906. ) 357 
Nov. 18, 1906. (F 47224, Nov. 15, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 17, 1906.) 358 
Nov. 25, 1906: (F 47433, Nov. 23, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 359 
Dec. 2, 1906. (F 47669, Nov. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906. ) 360 
Dec. 9, 1906. (F 47675, Nov. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 361 

New ' York times, New 
York, N. Y. 

All th' prisidint has to do is to keep 
Fairbanks out iv th' kitchin iv th' 
White House. ( F 47942, Dec. 8, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) 362 

Great and good brother, it is a proud 
and happy priv'lege to have ye in our 
midst. (F 47941, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 8, 1906.) 363 

Sire, says he, don't call me that, says 
Tiddv, Taft is listenin', he says. (F 
47940, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 8^ 1906.) 

364 

Some impressions of the passing show. 
Nov. 11, 1906. (F 47118, Nov. 12, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 13, 1906.) 365 

Nov. 25, 1906. (F 47621, Nov. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 366 

Dec. 2, 1906. (F 47797, Dec. 3, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 367 

Dec. 9, 1906. (F 48157, Dec. 12, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 12, 1906. ) 368 

Visit to the United States Military I 
academv at West Point. « New York | 
times, Nov. 18, 1906. (F 47276, Nov. i 
17, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 17, 1906.) 369 

Newhall (Harriot B.), West 
Newton, Mass. 
Extension of 1st church of Christ scien- 
tist of Boston with portion of the ! 
mother church. (F 46972, Nov. 9, 1906; j 
2 c. Dec. 7, 1906. ) 370 

North (The) American company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Little growling bird in Windego land. 
(F 47617, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, ) 
1906.) 371 ! 

Nov. 11, 1906. (F 47190, Nov. 13, \ 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 13, 1906. ) 37? 

Nov. 18, 1906. (F 47357, Nov. 2( 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 20, 1906. ) 37, 

Osborne company, New York, 
N. Y. 
Bernhardt (Sarah). (F 48167, Dec. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906. ) 374 



i 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



11 



Osborne company, New York, 

N. Y. 

Explaining the conveyance. (F 47903, 

Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906). 375 

Good news. (F 48171, Dec. 13, 1906; 2 

c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 376 

Just like grandma. (F 48175, Dec. 13, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 377 

Last of the frigates. (F 48173, Dec. 13, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 378 

: Mmute man. 5 by 3£. (F 47904, Dec. 

6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 379 
8 bv 6. ( F 47905, Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 6, 1906. ) 380 
12 bv 8. ( F 47906, Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 6/1906.) 381 

Mirror lake, winter. (F 48172, Dec. 13, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 382 

Moonlight, Palm Beach, Florida. (F 

48174; Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 

383 
Rehan (Ada). (F 48170, Dec. 13, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 384 

Rejane. (F 48169, Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 13, 1906. ) 385 

Terry (Ellen) (F 48168, Dec. 13, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 386 

Parry (John Richard), Spo r 
kane, Wash. 
Not forgotten. (F 47859, Dec. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 4, 1906. ) 387 

Plant (P. J.), Washington, 

D. C. 

Tattoo. (F 47893, Dec. 6,1906; 2 c. Dec. 

7, 1906.) 388 

Powell (Howard E. ), Palmy- 
ra, N. J. 
Fifth and Leconev ave., Palmyra, N. J. 
(F 47720, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 389 

Poplar group, Palmyra, N. J. (F 47722. 
Nov. 30, 1906. ) 390 

Sunset, Pensanken creek, Palmyra, N. J. 
(F 47721, Nov. 30, 1906.) 391 

2 c. each Nov. 20, 1906. 

Providence lithograph corn- 
pan v, Providence, R. I. 
Brazen serpent, 2 T % bv 2$. (F 47448, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906. ) 392 
2\ by 2f. (F 47567, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 393 

Death of Moses. 2 T % by 2$. (F 47450, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 394 
2\ bv 2f. (F 47569, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 395 

Day of atonement. 2 T % by 2£. (F 47445, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 396 
2} by 2f. (F 47564, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 397 



Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Golden calf.' 2 T % by 2$. (F 47442, Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 398 
2\ by 2f (F 47561, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2- c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 399 

God feeds Israel in the wilderness. 2 r 9 r 

by 2i. (F 47439, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 23, 1906. ) 400 
2\ bv 2|. (F 47558, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 401 

Israel journeying to Canaan. 2 r \ bv 2\. 

(F 47446, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 

1906. ) 402 
2\ bv 2|. (F 47565, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 403 

Moses pleading with Israel. 2 T 9 by 2\. 

(F 47449, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 

1906.) 404 
2\ bv 2|. (F 47568, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 405 

Review. 2 T 9 T bv 2|. (F 47451, Nov. 23, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906. ) 406 
2\ bv 2|. (F 47570, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 407 

Sin of Nadab and Abihu. 2 T 9 ^ by 2\ 

(F 47444. Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 

1906. ) 408 
2\ bv 2f. (F 47563, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 409 

Tabernacle (The) 2 T % bv 2$. (F 47443, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 410 
— - 2\ by 2|. (F 47562, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 411 

Ten commandments. Duties toward God. 

2 T % bv 2\. (F 47440, Nov. 23, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 412 

2\ by 2f. (F 47559, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 413 

Ten commandments. Dutiestoward men. 
2 T \ by 2$. (F 47441, Nov. 23, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 414 

2\ by 2f. (F 47560, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 415 

Two reports of the Spies. 2 T 9 g by 2\. 
(F 47447, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov 23, 
1906.) 416 

2\ bv 2f. (F 47566, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 417 

Reese & Read, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 
Residence, editorial rooms of parson 
Brovvnlow. (F 47743, Nov. 30, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 418 

Ritchie (J. H. ), Minneapolis, 
Minn. 
Dan Patch's great mile 1:55. (F 48109, 
Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 419 



12 CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 




Rohr (Mathias), Buffalo, 


Scribner's (Chas.) sons, 




N. Y. 


New York, N. Y. 




Sower and the Shepherd. (F 42840, May 


Autumn. (F 47551, Nov. 24, 1906; 


2 c. 


28, 1906; 2 c. May 18, 1906.) 420 


Nov. 24, 1906. ) 


449 


Rowe (Fred L.), Cincinnati, 


Sharp (Frank), Alhambra, 




Ohio. 


Cal. 




Entertaining the babies. ( F 47547, Nov. 


Old Baldv, of the Sierra Mad re mts. 


(F 


24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 16, 1906.) 421 


48031, 'Dec. 11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 


11, 




1906. ) 


450 


Schneider (F. A.), Philadel- 






phia, Pa. 


Sheahan (Maurice T.), 




Bears at tea. (F 47840, Dec. 5, 1906.) 


Brookline, Mass. 




422 


But few of us may hope to be. (F 47663, 


Behind the screen. (F 47836, Dec. 5, 


Nov. 28, 1906.)' 


451 


1906. ) 423 


Every morn is a world made new. 


(F 


Boy with lantern. ( F47844, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 


47658, Nov. 28, 1906. ) 


452 



424 



Friend's (A) worth. (F 47661, Nov. 28, 
1906.) 453 



Boy with revolver. (F 47845, Dec. 5, 
1906. ) 425 

By the fireside. (F 47857, Dec. 5, 1906. ) { l l °™ th ? ^ter for 2 things. (F 47662 

42 6 Nov. 28, 1906. ) 454 

Colliery. (F 47841, Dec. 5, 1906.) 427 Ideal (An). (F 47660, Nov. 28, 1906.) 

455 
( F 47659, Nov. 28, 



Fisher maiden. ( F 47855, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 

428 

Fragrance. (F 47858, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 429 
Going and coming. ( F 47843, Dec. 5, 
1906. ) 430 

Here we are. ( F 47856, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 

431 
Hello. (F 47833, Dec. 5, 1906.) 432 

In safe hands. (F 47849, Dec. 5, 1906.) 

433 

Jack o' Lantern. (F 47838, Dec. 5, 

1906. ) 434 

Lesson (The) (F 47834, Dec. 5, 1906.) 

435 
Little baker. (F 47850, Dec. 5, 1906.) 

436 
Little Bo-Peep. (F 47848, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 

437 
Little butcher. (F 47853, Dec. 5, 1906.) 

438 
My collie. (F 47847, Dec. 5, 1906.) 439 
None better. ( F 47852, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 

440 
Piggies. (F 47854, Dec. 5, 1906.) 441 
Playmates. (F 47842, Dec. 5, 1906.) 442 
Quality guaranteed. (F 47851, Dec. 5, 
1906.) 443 

Snow ball. ( F 47839, Dec. 5, 1906. ) < 44 
Song (The). (F 47835, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 445 
Squealers. (F 47846, Dec. 5, 1906.) 446 ! 
Where's the leak? (F 47837, Dec. 5, j 
1906.) 447 

2 c. each Dec. 5, 1906. 

Schwabl (Henry), Buffalo, 
N. Y. 
Schnitzelbank. (F 47832, Dec. 1, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 16, 1906. ) 448 



Talk happiness. 
1906.) 



456 



There is so much bad in the best of us. 
(F 47656, Nov. 28, 1906.) 457 

Those who never do any more than they 
get paid for. (F 47657, Nov. 28, 1906.") 

458 
2 c. each Nov. 28, 1906. 

Standard furniture co., Seat- 
tle, Wash. 
Wheels of credit, (F 48017, Dec. 10, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1908. ) 459 

Stiles (Chas. L. ), Columbus, 
Ohio. 
Ideal black percheron. (F 47766, Nov. 
30, 1906.) 460 

Ideal English hacknev coach horse. (F 
47767, Nov. 30, 1906.) 461 » 

Ideal horse and jack. ( F 47765, Nov. 30, 
1906. ) 462 

2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906. 

Stone printing and manu- 
facturing company, Roa- 
noke, Va. 
Opportunity. (F 47960, Dec. 10, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 10, 1906. ) 463 

Straube (William), Detroit, 
Mich. 
Had a lovely trip. (F 47923, Dec. 7, 
1906. ) 464 

I am being held up in this town. (F 
47922, Dec. 7, 1906. ) 465 

2 c. each Dec. 7, 1906. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



13 



Supreme council N. ML 
jurisdiction, U. S. A., 
New York, N. Y. 
Large certificate of the Ancient Accepted 
Scottish Rite of Free Masonry for the 
Northern Masonic jurisdiction of the 
United States of America. (F 34753, 
Sept. 21, 1905.) 466 

Small certificate of the Ancient Accepted 
Scottish rite of Free Masonry for the 
Northern Masonic jurisdiction of the 
United States of America. (F 34754, 
Sept. 21, 1905.) 467 

2 c. each Sept. 21, 1905. 

Taber-Prang art company, 
Springfield, Mass. 

After the Spring showers, no. 4483. (F 
47463, Nov. 23, 1906: 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1906.) 468 

Afternoon in Versailles, no. 4534. (F 
47502, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1906. ) 469 

Along the Summit road. 4519. (F 
47899, Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 

470 

Along the turnpike. 4509. (F 47896, 
Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 471 

Among the boulders. no. 4601. (F 
47645, Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 
1906.) 472 

Arabian traders, no. 4497. (F 47510, 
Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 473 

At the Walled citv gate. no. 4498. (F 
47511, Nov. 23,' 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1906. ) 474 

Autumnal glory, no. 4544. (F 47505, 
Nov. 23, 1906 f 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 475 

Awaiting the return, no. 4558. (F 
47515,' Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1906. ) 476 

Behind cloister walls, no. 4539. (F 
47477, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1906.) 477 

Birch bower, no. 4600. (F 47646, Nov. 

27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 478 
Birch lane. no. 4606. ( F 47632, Nov. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 479 

Bit (A) of Switzerland, no. 4482. (F 

47494, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 

480 
Bit of Venice, no. 4562. ( F 47667, Nov. 

28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 481 
Bit of the White mountains, no. 4610. 

(F 47631, Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 

1906.) 482 

Blossoming time. no. 4540. (F 47478, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 483 
Campaign life. no. 4548. (F 47507, Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 484 

Caressing creeper, no. 4607. (F 47630, 

Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 485 



Taber-Prang art company, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Children's hour. no. 4487. (F 47484, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 486 
Close of a long dav. no. 4554. ( F 47471, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 487 
Clustering birches, no. 4528. (F 47624, 

Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 

488 
Clustering oaks. 4502. (F 47894, Dec. 

6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 489 
Coast scene near Zaandam. no. 4535. ( F 

47503, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906. ) 490 

Companion of Father Time. 4506. (F 

47895, Dec 6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 

491 
Countrv scene in Flanders, no. 4545. 

(F 47497. Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906. ) 492 

Court scene in Capri, no. 4478. (F 

47493, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906. ) 493 

Earlv (An) haul. no. 4536. (F 47474, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 

494 
Echoes from old ocean, no. 4524. (F 

47636, Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 

1906. ) 495 

Favorite nook. no. 4598. (F47648, Nov. 

27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 496 

Feeding time. no. 4494. (F 47466, Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 497 

Festivities at Fontainbleau. no. 4533. 

(F 47487, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906.) 498 

Fireside reflections, no. 4559. (F 4751 6, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 499 
First lesson in navigation, no. 4537. (F 

47475. Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26,1906.) 

500 
Forest fellowship, no. 4529. ( F 47633, 

Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 501 
Forest mill in Tvrol. no. 4491. (F 

47486, Nov. 23/1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906.) 502 

Fringe of sumach, no. 4605. (F 47625, 

Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 503 
Glimpse of the lake. no. 4593. (F 

47634, Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 

1906. ) 504 

Golden fruit, no. 4471. (F 47458, Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 505 

Grandpa's jov. no. 4486. (F 47483, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 506 
Heirlooms, no. 1549. (F 47514. Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 507 

Herdestinv. no. 4532. (F 47513, Nov. 

23, 1906;* 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 508 

Home returning, no. 4489. (F 47464, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 509 



14 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Taber-Prang art company, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Hush of autumn', no. 4564. (F 47490, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 510 
In a brown study, no. 4555. ( F 47472, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 511 
In Ancient Capri, no. 4477. (F 47492, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 512 
In the full bloom, no. 4557. ( F 47488, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c Nov. 26, 1906. ) 513 
Inlet of the bay. no. 4493. (F 47501, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 514 
Just a little tardy, no. 4547. ( F 47506, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 515 
Majestic stillness, no. 4604. (F 47627, 

Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 516 
Meadow brook, no. 4599. (F 47647, 

Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 517 
Mid mountain verdure. 4580. (F 47901, 

Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906. ) 518 
Midwinter, no. 4543. (F 47504, Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 519 

Mischief maker, no. 4553. ( F 47470, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 520 
Moonlight on the grand canal, no. 4488. 

(F 47668, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 

1906.) 521 

Moslems at praver. no. 4476. (F 47500, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 522 
Murmuring waters, no. 4609. (F 47629, 

Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 523 
Near the gateway, no. 4596. (F 47644, 

Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 524 
Nearing the harbor, no. 4566. ( F 47496, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 525 
Old barwav. 4526. (F 47900, Dec. 6, 

1906; 2 c*. Dec. 6, 1906.) 526 

Old Ironsides, no. 4568. (F 47499, Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 527 

Old landmark, no. 4523. (F 47637, 

Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 528 
Old yet ever new. no. 4473. (F 47460, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 529 
On the coast of Normandy, no. 4561. 

(F 47508, Nov. 23, 1906; '2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906.) 530 

On the French coast, no. 4546. (F 

47467, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906.) 531 

Oriental (The) mart. no. 4495. (F 

47509, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906.) 532 

Outside the walled city. no. 4499. (F 
47512, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1906. ) 533 

Overhanging pine. no. 4595. (F 47642, 
Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 534 

Playtime, no. 4552. (F 47498, Nov. 23, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 535 



Taber-Prang art company, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Roman gateway, no. 4474. (F 47461, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 536 
Rural home in France, no. 4541. (F 

47479, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906.) 537 

Scarred sentinel, no. 4591. (F 47902, 

Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 538 
Serenades (The), no. 4472. (F 47459, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 539 
Silent majesty, no. 4565. (F 47495, Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 540 

Sisterly counsel, no. 4538. (F 47476, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 541 
Skirting the forest, no. 4520. (F 47639, 

Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 542 
Squire's daughter, no. 4469. ( F 47456, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 543 
Stately pines, no. 4597. (F 47649, Nov. 

27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 544 

Stiff breeze, no. 4567. (F 47491, Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 545 

Summer day. no. 4490. (F 47485, Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 546 

Summer on the coast, no. 4550. (F 

47468, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 

547 
Tantalizing, no. 4492. (F 47465, Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 548 

Thirstv chicks, no. 4560. (F 47489, Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 549 

Thoroughbreds, no. 4530. (F 47626, 

Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 550 
Touch of spring, no. 4511. (F 47897, 

Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 551 
Tranquil river, no. 4512. (F 47898, 

Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 552 
Trout pool. no. 4594. (F 47643, Nov. 

27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 553 

Trout stream, no. 4602. (F 47641, Nov. 

27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 554 

Twin oaks. no. 4522. ( F 47638, Nov. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 555 

Venetian flower girl. no. 4485. ( F 47482, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 556 
Venetian flower market, no. 4484. (F 

47481, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906.) 557 

Visit to the garden, no. 4542. (F 47480, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 

558 
Waiting the tide. no. 4470. (F 47457, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 

559 
While the pot boils, no. 4556. (F 47473, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 

560 
White sentinels, no. 4525. (F 47628, 

Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 

561 






ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



15 



Taber-Prang art company, 
Springfield, Mass. 
Willing listener, no. 4475. (F 47462, 
Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 

562 
Winter on the coast, no. 4551. ( F 47469, 
Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 

563 
Woodland pool. no. 4517. (F 47640, 
Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 

564 
Woodland solitude, no. 4608. (F 47635, 
Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 

565 
Tarn men (H. H.), Denver, 
Colo. 
Burro and comic designs for postals. (F 
47831, Dec. 1, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 20, 1906. ) 

566 

Thayer (Frank S. ), Denver, 

Colo. 

Got stuck up here. ( F 47738, Nov. 30, 

1906.) 567 

I'm still ahead of the game. (F 47740, 

Nov. 30, 1906. ) 568 

I'm stuck on the countrv here. (F 

47734, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 569 

Just landed here. (F 47737, Nov. 30, 

1906.) 570 

Not a tenderfoot. (F 47739, Nov. 30, 

1906.) 571 

Not bad at all. ( F 47736, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 

572 

Take one on me. (F 47741, Nov. 30, 

1906.) 573 

Taking in the west. (F 47735, Nov. 30, 

1906. ) 574 

2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906. 

Thomas (Ira A. ), Hallstead, 
Pa. 
Court house, Montrose, Pa. (F 47571, 
Nov. 24, 1906. ) 575 

Monument square, Montrose, Pa. (F 
47572, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 576 

2 c. each Nov. 24, 1906. 

Tottingham ( W. ) & co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Tide. (F 47705, Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 30, 1906.) 577 

Towne (Henrv R. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Standard bevel for locks and doors. (F 
40129, Jan. 27, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1906.) 

578 

Tribune company, Chicago, 
111. 
Absent minded aunt has a visit. (F 
47937, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) 

579 

stuffs the sofa pillow. (F 47361, 

Nov. 21, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 21, 1906.) 580 

3595— pt 4, nos 1-5—07 2 



Tribune companv, Chicago, 
111. 

Can a rabbit climb a tree? Yes, if Karl 
and Fritz are around. (F 47578, Nov. 
26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 581 

Giraffe comes to the aid of hungrv Tom- 
my. (F 47936, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
8, 1906.) 582 

Hans, tired of walking, goes rowing. (F 
47934, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) 

583 

Kin-der-kids (The). Aunty Jimjam re- 
sumes her chase in a riving machine. 
Nov. 4, 1906. (F 46860, Nov. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 584 

Doctor Dopeski tries his newski 

cureski on Fattv. (F 46983, Nov. 10, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. i0, 1906.) 585 

Thrilling adventures with w r olves in 

the wilderness. Nov. 11, 1906. (F 
46859, Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1906. ) 

586 

Mr. Foxv Cool, the sly artist, fools the 
rhinoceros. (F 47935, Dec. 8, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) 587 

Mr. Foxy has chicken for supper. (F 
47362, Nov. 21, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 21, 
1906.) 588 

Wee Willie Winkie's world. (F 46984, 
Nov. 10, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 10, 1906. ) 589 

Nov. 4, 1906. (F 46861, Nov. 5, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 590 

Nov. 11, 1906. (F 46858, Nov. 5, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 591 

Nov. 25. (F 47363, Nov. 21, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 21, 1906.) 592 

Dec. 2. (F 47579, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 

c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 593 

Ullman manufacturing com- 
panv, New York, N. Y. 
Chip o' the old block. (F 47955, Dec. 8, 
1906. ) 594 

He lubs me. (F 47954, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

595 

Here's looking at you. (F 47950, Dec. 8, 

1906.) 596 

I'se so happv. (F 47956, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

597 
Milky way. (F 47948, Dec. 8, 1906.) 598 

On easy street. (F 47951, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

599 

Three little maids. (F 47949, Dec. 8, 

1906. ) 600 

Whose babv is oo. (F 47953, Dec. 8, 
1906. ) 601 

23, skidoo. (F 47952, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 602 
2 c. each Dec. 8, 1906. 



16 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Cow bov on horse & letter bill design. 

no. 9955. (F 47427, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 23, 1906.) 603 

Letter bill design, no. 9968. 3 sheet. 

(F 45242, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 

1906.) 604 
no. 9999. (F 47782, Dec. 3, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 3, 1906. ) 605 

— no. 10002. (F 46868, Nov. 5, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 5, 1906. ) 606 
no. 10033. (F 45083, Aug. 29, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 29, 1906. ) 607 
10207. (F 47914, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 7, 1906.) 608 

Weil (Henrv) & co., New York, 

N. Y. 

American beauties. (F 41970, May 9, 

1906; 2 c. May 10, 1906.) " 609 

Auld lang syne. (F 41963, May 9, 1906; 

2 c. May 10, 1906.) 610 

For a rainy dav and a rainv night. (F 

41971, May 9," 1906; 2 c. May 10, 1906. ) 

611 
Four seasons. Summer, winter, fall and 

spring, one and all, their blessings 

bring. (F 47882, Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 6, 1906.) 612 

Garden of sleep. (F 47967, Dec. 10, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 613 

Grip of hollv. (F 41960, May 9, 1906; 

2 c. May 10, 1906.) 614 

Holly time. (F 41964, May 9, 1906; 2 c. 

May 10, 1906.) 615 

Home, sweet home. (F 47807, Dec. 4, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 616 

Homeward. (F 47809, Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 4, 1906.) 617 

In the good old summer time. (F 41968, 

May 9, 1906; 2 c. May 10, 1906. 618 
Laughing water. (F 47966, Dec. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 619 

Life of a smoker. (F 41961, May 9, 1906; 

2 c. May 10, 1906.) 620 

Memories of home cling like the ivy. 

(F 41965, May 9, 1906; 2 c. May 10, 

1906.) 621 

Old homestead. (F 41966, May 9, 1906; 

2 c. May 10, 1906.) 622 

Old rustic gate. (F 47880, Dec. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 623 

On moonlit nights. (F 47915, Dec. 7, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1906.) 624 

On the lake. (F 47916, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 
c. Dec. 7, 1906.) 625 

Over hill and dale. (F 47806, Dec. 4, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 626 



W eil ( Henrv ) & co. , New York, 

"N. Y. 

Slumberland. (F 41969, May 9, 1906; 

2 c. May 10, 1906. ) 627 

Stag. (F 47808, Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 

4, 1906.) 628 

Time to retire. (F 41967, May 9, 1906; 

2 c. May 10, 1906. ) 629 

Where bachelors ring off. ( F 47881, Dec. 

6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 630 

Windmill. (F 47965, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 10, 1906.) 631 

Wellman ( Walter ) , New 

York, N. Y. 

April showers bring forth rubbernecks. 

April. (F 47749, Nov. 30, 1906.) 632 
Carrying her grip. Oct. (F 47755, Nov. 

30," 1906. ) 633 

Going down. August. (F 47753, Nov. 

30,1906.) 634 

Going up. July. (F 47752, Nov. 30, 

1906.) 635 

Her thanksgiving dinner. Nov. (F 47756, 

Nov. 30, 1906.) 636 

How easy. Feb. (F 47747, Nov. 30, 

1906. ) 637 

Introduction. Jan. (F 47746, Nov. 30, 

1906.) 638 

June bride. June. (F 47751, Nov. 30, 

1906. ) 639 

Naughty wind. March. (F 47748, Nov. 

30, 1906. ) 640 

Paddling her own canoe. May. (F 

47750, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 641 

Under the mistletoe. Dec. (F 47757, 

Nov. 30, 1906.) 642 

When the heart is full of girls. Sept. 

(F 47754, Nov. 30, 1906.) ~ 643 

2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906. 

Werner (Albert), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 
Swan lake, Stevensville, New York, 
series 2. (F 47921, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 7, 1906.) 644 

Westermann (L. A.) com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Block on the bridge. (F 47784, Dec. 3, 
1906. ) 645 

Ever occur to you? (F 47786, Dec. 3, 
1906. ) 646 

Fellow feeling. (F 47783, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

647 

Refreshments. (F 47785, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

648 

Teasing. (F 47788, Dec. 3, 1906.) 649 

Which? (F 47787, Dec. 3, 1906.) 650 
2 c. each Dec. 3, 1906. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



17 



Whitehead & Hoag com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 
Harriet. (F 47574, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 24, 1906.) 651 

i Haymakers. (F 48131, Dec. 1, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 1, 1906.) 652 

Possession is nine points. (F 47573, 
Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 653 
Providing for the chicks. (F 47920, 
Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1906.) 654 
! Ripetta canal, Venice. (F 47623, Nov. 
27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 27, 1906.) 655 

j Tulips. (F 47919, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 7, 1906.) 656 

Williams (Chas.), New 

York, N. Y. 

A. B. C. class. (F 48034, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

657 
April shower. (F 48051, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 

658 

Bakery. (F 48065, Dec. 4, 1906.) 659 

Butcher. (F 48091, Dec. 4, 1906.) 660 

Butter is coming. (F 48049, Dec. 4, 

1906.) 661 

Calling the moose. (F 48062, Dec. 4, 

1906. ) 662 

Calves. (F 48060, Dec. 4, 1906.) 663 

Caught in the act. (F 48044, Dec. 4, 

1906. ) 664 

Chums. (F 48045, Dec. 4, 1906.) 665 

Coal. (F 48090, Dec. 4, 1906.) 666 

Dairy. (F 48064, Dec. 4, 1906.) 667 

Dash for freedom. (F 48075, Dec. 4, 

1906. ) 668 

David Harum. (F 48073, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

669 
Doing sums. (F 48069, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

670 
Don't forget. (F 48093, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

671 
Don't move. (F 48058, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

672 
Drugs. (F 48066, Dec. 4, 1906.) 673 

Early snow. (F 48046, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

674 
Family cares. (F 48070, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

675 

Fisherman's daughter. (F 48054, Dec. 4, 

1906.) 676 

Forty winks. (F 48072, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

677 
Gallant fight. (F 48082, Dec. 4, 1906.) 678 
Gloria. (F 48074, Dec. 4, 1906.) 679 
Going to market, ( F 48052, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 

680 
Gone far enough. (F 48071, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 

681 
Grocer. (F 48067, Dec. 4, 1906.) 682 



AVilliams (Chas.), New 

York, N. Y. 

His master's voice. (F 48036, Dec 4, 

1906. ) 683 

! Hold him tight, (F 48039, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 

684 
In full sail. ( F 48076, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 685 
In the woods. (F 48086, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 

686 
Juliet. (F 48047, Dec. 4, 1906.) 687 

Livery. (F 48092, Dec. 4, 1906.) 688 
Lobsters. (F 48059, Dec. 4, 1906.) 689 
Logging. (F 48081, Dec. 4, 1906.) 690 
Making pies. (F 48087, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 

691 
! May party. (F 48035, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 692 
: Mother love. (F 48061, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

693 
Moving day. (F 48083, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

694 
I My pony. (F 48084, Dec. 4, 1906.) 695 
! Near Dordrecht, (F 48038, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 

696 
| Near the village. (F 48078, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

697 

I Not good for mama's darling. (F 48057, 

Dec. 4, 1906. ) 698 

| Old friends. (F 48055, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

699 

On the garden wall. (F 48040, Dec. 4, 

1906. ) 700 

| On the sands. (F 48042, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

701« 
I Our bovhood days. (F 48077, Dec. 4, 
1906. ) 702 

| Plumber. (F 48068, Dec. 4, 1906.) 703 

Rift in the clouds. (F 48080, Dec. 4, 
I 1906. ) 704 

j Shoes. (F 48063, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 705 

I Small fry. (F 48037, Dec. 4, 1906.) 706 

I Summer davs. (F 48056, Dec. 4, 1906.) 

707 
This little pig. (F 48041, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 

708 

Through the woods. (F 48088, Dec. 4, 

1906. ) 709 

Tug of war. ( F 48079, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 7 10 

i Village store. (F 48050, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 

711 

i Waiting for the rise. (F 48053, Dec. 4, 

1906.) 712 

j Whar? (F 48089, Dec. 4, 1906.) 713 

1 Which hand. (F 48048, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 

714 
Winter sports. (F 48043, Dec. 4, 1906. ) 

715 
i With her treasures. (F 48085, Dec. 4, 
1906.) 716 

2 c. each Dec. 4, 1906. 



18 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Wood (Otis F. ), New Brigh- 
ton, N. Y. 
Bub — He's always to blame. Nov. 11, 

1906. (F 47125, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 12, 1906.) 717 
Nov. 18, 1906. (F 47323, Nov. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 19, 1906.) 718 
Nov. 25, 1906. (F 47615, Nov. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 719 
Dec. 2, 1906. (F 47803, Dec. 3, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 3, 1906. ) 720 

Mary and her little lamb. Nov. 11, 1906. 

(F 47123, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 

1906. ) 721 
Nov. 18, 1906. ( F 47320, Nov. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 19, 1906. ) 722 
Nov. 25, 1906. (F 47611, Nov. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 723 
Dec. 2, 1906. (F 47800, Dec. 3, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 724 

Sambo and his funny noises. Nov. 11, 

1906. (F 47122, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 12, 1906.) 725 
Nov. 18, 1906. (F 47319, Nov. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 19, 1906.) 726 
Nov. 25, 1906. (F 47610, Nov. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 727 
Dec. 2, 1906. ( F 47799, Dec. 3, 1906 ; 

2 c. Dec. 3, 1906. ) 728 

Simon Simple gets a new job. Nov. 11, 

1906. (F 47126, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 12, 1906. ) 729 

Simon Simple and Mose give thanks. 

Nov. 25, 1906. (F 47614, Nov. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 730 

Simon Simple knew the way to do it. 

Dec. 2, 1906. (F 47802, Dec. 3, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 3, 1906. ) 731 



Wood (Otis F.), New Brigh- 
ton, N. Y. 
S-stuttering S-S-Sammy. Nov. 11, 1906. 

(F 47127, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 

1906.) 732 
Nov. 18, 1906. (F 47324, Nov. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 19, 1906.) 733 
Nov. 25, 1906. ( F 47613, Nov. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 734 
Dec. 2, 1906. ( F 47804, Dec. 3, 1906 ; 

2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 735 

They were from Missouri. Nov. 18, 1906. 

(F 47322, Nov. 19, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 19, 

1906.) 736 

Uncle George Washington Bings, the 
village story-teller. Nov. 11, 1906. (F 
47128, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 
1906.) 737 

Nov. 18, 1906. (F 47325, Nov. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 19, 1906.) 738 

Nov. 25, 1906. (F 47616, Nov. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 739 

Dec. 2, 1906. (F 47805, Dec. 3, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 740 

Wags. The Dog that adopted a man. Nov. 
11, 1906. (F 47124, Nov. 12, 1906; 2 
c. Nov. 12, 1906.) 741 

Nov. 18, 1906. (F 47321, Nov. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 19, 1906.) 742 

Nov. 25, 1906. (F 47612, Nov. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 743 

Dec. 2, 1906. (F 47801, Dec. 3, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 744 

Wooley & co. , Chicago, 111. 
Finest ever. (F 47774, Dec. 1, 1906; 2 
c. Dec. 1, 1906.) 745 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1907 745 



CLASS G, CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copvright by Ackerman & Quigley lithograph company, 
Kansas City, Mo. Class G, XXc, no. 14493, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 copies received Nov. 23, 1906." 



Ackerman & Quigley litho- 
graph company, Kansas 
City, Mo. 
Chinaman and opium outfit. No. 1231. 

8 sheets. ( G 14493, Nov. 23, 1906. ) 746 
Design red feather. No. 1133. J sheet. 

(G 14501, Nov. 23, 1906.) 747 

Group of girls. No. 1204. 3 sheets. (G 

14495, Nov. 23, 1906.) 748 
No. 1205. 1 sheet. (G 14496, Nov. 

23, 1906.) 749 

Interior scene group. No. 1203. 8 sheets. 

(G 14498, Nov. 23, 1906. ) 750 

Portrait Geo. Carson. No. 1240. £ sheet. 

(G 14500, Nov. 23, 1906.) 751 

Portrait Kathryn Dale. No. 1223. h 

sheet. (G 14492, Nov. 23, 1906.) 752 
Portrait Lee Millar. No. 1233. | sheet. 

(G 14499, Nov. 23, 1906.) 753 

Portrait Murray and Mack*. No. 1096. 

8 sheets. (G 14494, Nov. 23, 1906.) 

754 
Scene minstrel show. No. 1224. \ sheet. 

(G 14491, Nov. 23, 1906.) 755 

2 c. each Nov. 23, 1906. 

Coper (J. H.), Norfolk, Va. 
Souvenir and anchor made from iron of 
Merrimac- Virginia. (G 14570, Dec. 
4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 756 

Courier company of Buffalo, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Always in the front. (G 14551, Dec. 1, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 757 

Anna Hill figure. (G 14550, Dec. 1, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 3, 1906. ) 758 

End men, Gorton's Minstrels. (G 14553, 

Dec. 1, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 759 
Gaietv dancers. (G 14573, Dec. 4, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 5, 1906. ) 760 

Game of hearts. (G 14547, Nov. 30, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 761 

Look on that and then on this. (G 14552, 

Dec. 1, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 762 
Little Chip as Sir Launcelot. (G 14578, 

Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 763 



Courier company of Buffalo, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

Now that I'm on I'm off again. (G 14577, 
Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 764 

O'Brien (Frank). (G 13954, Aug. 30, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 765 

Our broilers. (G 14563, Dec. 3, 1906; 2 
c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 766 

Our old friend bike. Character portrait 
of head showing face turned slightly to 
left of design with mouth open, laugh- 
ing, showing teeth, full beard and mus- 
tache, and presenting a rather tough 
looking face. (G 14503, Nov. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 767 

Riding her hobby. (G 14549, Nov. 30, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 768 

Sand witches. (G 14548, Nov. 30, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 769 

Winter scene. (G 13761, July 26, 1906; 
2 c. July 27, 1906.) 770 

Crider (W. X.), Rome, 
N. Y. 
Marriage certificate. (G 14576, Nov. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1906.) 771 

Fowler & Kelly, Morrisville, 
Pa. 
St. John's R. C. church, Manavunk, Pa. 
(G 14590, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1906.) 772 

Lee (James), Chicago, 111. 
Fisherman's choice. 3138. (G 14580, 
Dec. 5, 1906.) 773 

Fresh water favorites. 3139. (G 14579, 
Dec. 5, 1906. ) 774 

Game. 3. (G 14581, Dec. 5, 1906.) 775 

4. (G 14582, Dec. 5, 1906.) 776 

2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906. 

Lidell& Shipman, New York, 
N. Y. 
I'll be dog gone if you forget me. (G 
14316, Oct. 27, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 20, 1906. 

777 
19 



20 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Lund (Ludwig H. ), Chicago, 

111. 

America. (G 14421, Nov. 8, 1906.) 778 

Danmark. (G 14422, Nov. 8, 1906.) 779 

Deutschland. (G 14424, Nov. 8, 1906.) 

780 
England. (G 14419, Nov. 8, 1906.) 781 
Holland. (G 14429, Nov. 8, 1906.) 782 
Ireland. (G 14428, Nov. 8, 1906.) 783 
Italia. (G 14430, Nov. 8, 1906.) 784 

La France. (G 14427, Nov. 8, 1906.) 785 
Norge. (G 14420, Nov. 8, 1906.) 786 
Oesterreich. (G 14426, Nov. 8, 1906.) 

787 
Scotland. (G 14423, Nov. 8, 1906.) 788 
Sverige. (G 14425, Nov. 8, 1906.) 789 
2 c. each Nov. 28, 1906. 

McLoughlin brothers, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Breakfast delight. (G 14574, Dec. 4, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906. ) 790 

Farmer's (The) daughter. (G 14681, 

Dec. 12, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1906.) 791 
Gems from Florida. (G 14575, Dec. 4, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 792 

Happy (A) moment. (G 14683. Dec. 12, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1906.) 793 

Sunshine (The) of life. (G 14682, Dec. 

12, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1906.) 794 

Village (The) belle. (G 14680, Dec. 12, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1906.) 795 

Marston (Howard F.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Baby. (G 14594, Dec. 7, 1906.) 796 

Chauffeur. (G 14591, Dec. 7, 1906. ) 797 
Indian. (G 14592, Dec. 7, 1906.) 798 
Japanese. (G 14593, Dec. 7, 1906. ) 799 
2 c. each Dec. 7, 1906. 

Meek (The) company, Co- 
shocton, Ohio. 
Hypatia. (G 14506, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 26, 1906. ) 800 

Minott (George L. ), Gard- 
ner, Mass. 
High school, Gardner, Mass. (G 13322, 
June 9, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1906.) 801 

Mitchell (Edward H.), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
California greetings for 1907. (G 14564, 
Dec. 1, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 17, 1906.) 802 

Murphy (Thos. D. ) com- 
pany, Red Oak, Iowa. 
After sunset/ (G 14623, Dec. 10, 1906.) 

803 

After the runawav. (G 14645, Dec. 10, 

1906. ) 804 



Apple blossoms 
1906. ) 



(G 14622, Dec 10, 
805 



Murphy (Thos. D.) com- 
pany, Red Oak, Iowa. 
At Madison square. (G 14653, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 806 

Attention. (G 14647, Dec. 10, 1906.) 

807 
Autumn. (G 14656, Dec. 10, 1906.) 808 
Autumn woods near Dunwoodie. (G 

14651, Dec. 10, 1906.) 809 

Beeches at sunset. (G 14624, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 810 

Captain. (G 14663, Dec. 10, 1906.) 811 
Carnations. (G 14617, Dec. 10, 1906.) 

812 
Cherry blossoms. (G 14621, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 813 

Christmas belle. (G 14641, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 814 

Chrysanthemum girl. (G 14615, Dec. 

10, 1906.) 815 

Cottage in Holdenhurst, Hampshire. (G 

14610, Dec. 10, 1906.) 816 

Defective title. (G 14633, Dec. 10, 1906. ) 

817 
Easter lilies. (G 14660, Dec. 10, 1906.) 

818 
Evening at Loudon. (G 14627, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 819 

Fatima. (G 14646, Dec. 10, 1906.) 820 
Fisherman's luck. (G 14652, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 821 

Genevieve. (G 14608, Dec. 10, 1906.) 

822 
Going to the fold. (G 14606, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 823 

Gray day, Holland.— De Haas. (G 14605, 

Dec. 10, 1906.) 824 

Halt for repairs. (G 14634, Dec. 10, 

1906. ) 825 

Harvesting in Hertfordshire. (G 14607, 

Dec. 10, 1906.) 826 

Helping hand. (G 14609, Dec. 10, 1906.) 

827 
In maiden meditation, fancv free. (G 

14640, Dec. 10, 1906. ) 828 

In old Kentucky. (G 14635, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 829 

In the conservatorv. (G 14642, Dec. 10, 

1906. ) 830 

In the mid watch. (G 14643, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 831 

In the springtime. (G 14659, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 832 

Inez. (G 14613, Dec. 10, 1906. ) 833 

Innocence. (G 14650, Dec. 10, 1906.) 

834 
Mildred. (G 14644, Dec. 10, 1906. 835 

Off for the boulevard. (G 14631, Dec. 
10, 1906.) 836 



CHKOMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 



21 



Murphy (Thos. D.), com- 
pany, Red Oak, Iowa. 
Old home at twilight. (G 14638, Dec. 
10, 1906.) 837 

Osthaus (Mr.) training the puppies. (G 
14630, Dec. 10, 1906. ) 838 

Phyllis. (G 14611, Dec. 10, 1906.) 839 
Private and confidential. ( G 14612, Dec. 
10,1906.) 840 

Ready for a canter. (G 14658, Dec. 10, 
1906.) 841 

Receding tide. (G 14626, Dec. 10, 1906. ) 

842 
Sisters. (G 14636, Dec. 10, 1906.) 843 
Speak for it. (G 14649, Dec. 10, 1906.) 

844 
Spring. (G 14654, Dec. 10, 1906.) 845 
Stormy sea. (G 14629, Dec. 10, 1906.) 

846 
Summer. (G 14655, Dec. 10, 1906.) 847 

Sunrise in old Mexico. (G 14614, Dec. 

10,1906.) 848 

Surf at Brace's cove, Mass. (G 14625, 

Dec. 10, 1906. ) 849 

Ten miles from camp. (G 14648, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 850 

They'll have to have us vet, (G 14616, 

Dec. 10, 1906.) 851 

This little pig went to market. ( G 14628, 

Dec. 10, 1906.) 852 

Trial trip. (G 14620, Dec. 10, 1906. ) 853 

Triumph of his life. 

1906. ) 
Tug of war. (G 14662, Dec. 10, 1906. ) 

855 
Twilight reverie. (G 14639, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 856 

Unmasked. (G 14661, Dec. 10, 1906.) 

857 
Village philosophers. (G 14637, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 858 

Visit to the farm. (G 14619, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 859 

Winter. (G 14657, Dec. 10, 1906.) 860 
YVintrv evening. (G 14632, Dec. 10, 

1906.) 861 

2 c. each Dec. 10, 1906. 

Platinachrome co., New York, 
N. Y. 
Alabama. (G 14677, Dec. 11, 1906.) 862 
California. (G 14667, Dec. 11, 1906.) 

863 
Colorado. ( G 14668, Dec. 11, 1906. ) 864 
Idaho. (G 14666, Dec. 11, 1906.) 865 
Iowa. (G 14672, Dec. 11, 1906.) 866 

Kansas. (G 14678, Dec. 11, 1906.) 867 
Louisiana. (G 14675, Dec. 11, 1906.) 868 
Maine. (G 14669, Dec. 11, 1906.) 869 



(G 14618, Dec. 10, 
854 



Platinachrome co., New York, 
N. Y. 
Michigan. (G 14670, Dec. 11, 1906.) 870 
Minnesota. (G 14665, Dec. 11, 1906. ) 871 
New Hampshire. (G 14679, Dec. 11, 
1906.) 872 

New York. (G 14673, Dec. 11, 1906. ) 873 
Oregon. (G 14676, Dec. 11, 1906.) 874 
South Dakota. (G 14664, Dec. 11, 1906.) 

875 
Vermont. (G 14674, Dec. 11, 1906.) 

876 
Washington. (G 14671, Dec. 11, 1906.) 

877 
2 c. each Dec. 11, 1906. 

Providence lithograph co., 

Providence, R. I. 

Childhood and education of Moses. 23^ 

bv 26*. (G 14540, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 28, 1906. ) 878 

Israel enslaved in Egypt. 23£ x 26^. (G 

14598, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) 

879 
Joseph forgives his brothers. 23^ x 26*. 



1906: 



Dec. 



(G 14596, Dec. 

1906.) 880 

Joseph sold by his brothers. 23^ by 26J. 

(G 14538, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 

1906.) 881 

Joseph the wise ruler in Egypt, 23^ bv 

26*. (G 14539, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 

28, 1906.) 882 

Passover. 23£ x 26£. (G 14597, Dec. 8, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) 883 

Rotograph company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Chestnuts. F. L. 128. (G 14534, Nov. 
28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 884 

Chip of the old block. F. L. 109. (G 
14525, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 
1906.) 885 

First love letter. F. L. 115. (G 14528, 
Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 

886 

Five years. F. L. 121. (G 14521, Nov. 

28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 887 

Howdy. F. L. 114. (G 14533, Nov. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 888 

I wish I was in Dixie. F. L. 123. (G 

14536, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906. ) 

889 

I'm scared I'll get sunburned. F. L. 105. 

(G 14535, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 

1906. ) 890 

Little (A) flirt, F. L. 130. (G 14523, 

Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 

891 

Mon Dieu. F. L. 125. (G 14524, Nov. 

28, 1906; 2 c Nov. 28, 1906.) 892 

Motor-car coming. F. L. 126. (G 14530, 

Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 

893 



22 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Rotograph compare, New 

York, N. Y. 

Noon. F. L. 116. (G 14526, Nov. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 894 

Not yet, but soon. F. L. 111. (G 14522, 

Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 

895 

One year. F. L. 117. (G 14532, Nov. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 896 

That looks good to me. F. L. 108. (G 

14529, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906. ) 

897 

Thought I heer'd de boss comin'. F. L. 

124. (G 14537, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 

28, 1906.) 898 

Three years. F. L. 119. (G 14527, Nov. 

28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 899 

Two years. F. L. 118. (G 14531, Nov. 

28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 900 

Schwab & Wolf, New York, 
N. Y. 
Fair golfer. (G 14595, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 8, 1906.) 901 

Strobridge lithographing com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Auto. 8 sheet. N. Y. no. 12009. (G 
13723, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906.) 

902 

Beckon. N. Y. no. 11884. $ sheet. 
(G 13199, May 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 
1906. ) 903 

Between. 8 sheet. N. Y. no. 11918. 
(G 13340, June 11, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906. ) * 904 

Black leg. 3 sheet. N. Y. no. 11945. 
(G 13392, June 18, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906.) 905 

Blizzard. 8 sheet. N." Y. no. 11942. 
(G 13389, June 18, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906.) 906 

Bluffs. i sheet. N. Y. no. 11948. (G 
13394, June 18, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906.) * 907 

Character figure. N. Y. no. 11911. 3 
sheet. (G 13184, May 18, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906. ) 908 

Courtiers. J sheet. N. Y. no. 11920. 
(G 13342, June 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 
1906. ) 909 

Decorative & descriptive. 3 sheet. N. Y. 
no. 11955. (G 13400, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 910 

8 sheet, N. Y. no. 11954. (G 

13399, June 18, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 
1906.) 911 

Diplomats. 3 sheet, N. Y. no. 11970. 
(G 13601, July 11, 1906; 2 c. Julv 30, 
1906.) 912 

Drinks. 3 sheet. N. Y. no. 11971. 
(G 13602, Julv 11, 1906; 2 c. Julv 30, 
1906.) '913 



Strobridge lithographing com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Escape. 1 sheet. N. Y T . no. 11963. 

(G 13598, Julv 11, 1906; 2 c. Julv 23, 

1906.) " 914 

Eyes. N. Y. no. 11986. 8 sheet. (G 

13661, Julv 16, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 

1906.) 915 
no. 11987. 3 sheet. (G 13662, July 

16, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 916 
no. 11988. i sheet. (G 13663, Julv 

16, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906.) 917 

Gunpowder. £ sheet. N. Y. no. 11947. 

(G 13393, June 18, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 

1906.) 918 

Hammock. 1 sheet. N. Y. no. 11916. 

(G 13338, June 11, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906.) 919 

Hayes and Healv. N. Y. no. 11981. 

3 sheet. (G 13658, Julv 16, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 3, 1906. ) 920 

Head & lettering. £ sheet. N. Y. no. 

11874. (G 12985, Apr. 21, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 6, 1906.) 921 

Lake. 1 sheet, N. Y 



13385, 
1906. ) 

Lesson. 
13346, 
1906. ) 

Mound. 



June 18, 1906; 

8 sheet, N. Y. 
June 11, 1906; 

* sheet, N. Y. 



no. 11934. (G 
2 c. July 30, 
922 
no. 11937. (G 
2 c. Nov. 26, 
923 
no. 11922. (G 

13344, June 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

924 
Mount of Olives. 20 sheet. N. Y. no. 

11931. (G 13594, July 11, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 5, 1906. ) 925 

Panel. 1 sheet. N. Y. no. 11930. (G 

13345, June 11, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 

926 

Pictorial. 28 sheet. 12095. (G 14288, 

Oct. 25, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 927 

Portrait. 1 sheet. N. Y. 11923. (G 

13593, Julv 11, 1906; 2c. July 30, 1906. ) 

928 

Praver. 8 sheet. N. Y. no. 11917. 

(G 13339, June 11, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 

1906. ) " 929 

Pyramids. 8 sheet. 12092. (G 14290, 
Oct. 25, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 930 

Rescue. 1 sheet. N. Y. no. 11960. 
(G 13597, July 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 
1906. ) 931 

Saves. * sheet. N. Y. no. 11919. (G 
13341, June 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

932 

Self accused. 8 sheet. N.Y. no. 11941. 
(G 13388, June 18, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. ) 933 

Society. 8 sheet. N. Y. no. 11894. 
(G 13334, June 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 
1906.) 934 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 



23 



Strobridge lithographing com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Stage. 1 sheet. N. Y. no. 11802. (G 
12645, Mar. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1906. ) 935 

Storm. ' 3 sheet. N. Y. no. 11944. (G 
13391, June 18, 1906: 2 c. July 21, 1906. ) 

936 

Surrender. 1 sheet. N. Y. no. 11946. 
(G 13596, Julv 11, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906.) 937 

Telltales. N. Y. no. 11883. J sheet. 
(G 13198, May 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 
1906.) 938 

Throne. * sheet. X. Y. no. 11921. (G 
13343, June 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

939 

Twin stars. N. Y. no. 11982. 8 sheet. 
(G 13659, July 16, 1906; 2 c. Julv 30, 
1906.) ' 940 

Two heads. 3 sheet, N. Y. no. 11943. 
(G 13390, June 18, 1906; 2 c. Julv 23, 
1906. ) ' 941 

Van, George. 3 sheet, N. Y. no. 11950. 
(G 13395, June 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 
1906.) 942 

United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

And suppose I were the amateur cracks- 
man? no. 10017. (G 14562, Dec. 3, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 943 

Billy: Drop that gun or I'll kill you. no. 
10082. (G 14587, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 7, 1906.) 944 

I promised my mother I'd never 

drink, no. 100831 (G 14588, Dec. 7, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1906.) 945 

Careful w T hat vou sav — I smell rubber, 
no. 10154. (G 14544, Nov. 30, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 946 

Fair Knickerbocker. 10111. (G 14484, 
Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 

947 

Famous peanut ballet. 10146. ( G 14486, 
Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 



948 

(G 14602, 

949 



Female, full figure, no. 2* 

Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 
For you I would lav down my life. no. 

10023. (G 14603, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 10, 1906.) 950 

'retting his leg pulled, no. 10137. (G 

14585, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1906.) 

951 
Gillette (Viola), no. 10025. (G 14561, 

Dec. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 952 



United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Girl and mirror. 9908. (G 14489, Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906. ) 953 

I'm beginning to like vou. no. 10153. 

(G 14541, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 

1906.) 954 

Indian brave and maiden. 10161. (G 

14487, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 

1906.) 955 

Mayor (The) and his Geisha maidens. 

10151. (G 14485, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 23, 1906. ) 956 

Now for the bluff, no. 9824. (G 14560, 

Dec. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 957 
Oh! pshaw, no. 10148. (G 14542, Nov. 

30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, K06.) 958 
One of the many. 9907. ( G 14488, Nov. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 959 

Oriental exposition scene, no. 10183. 

• (G 14559, Dec, 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 

1906. ) 960 

Parasol scene, no. 10172. (G 14586, 

Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1906.) 961 
Ponies in the Peanut ballet, no. 10156. 

(G 14545, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 

1906.) 962 

Seat of trouble, no. 9797. (G 14546, 

Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 963 

Soubrette, three quarter figure, no. 276. 
(G 14600, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 
1906.) 964 

Three scenes, no. 10145. (G 14558, 
Dec. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 965 

Two male figures, no. 277. (G 14583, 
Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1906.) 966 

Up in the air. 10112. (G 14483, Nov. 
23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 967 

Warning, no. 10159. (G 14584, Dec. 7, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1906.) 968 

When the ocean breezes blow. no. 
10171. (G 14599, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 10, 1906.) 969 

Who's the ? no. 10113. (G 

14589, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1906.) 

970 

Zip to the rescue, no. 9796. (G 14543, 
Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 971 

Washington paper box com- 
pany, Seattle, Wash. 
Washington rose. (G 14434, Nov. 12, 
1906; 1 c. Oct. 29, 1906; 1 c. Nov. 28, 
1906.) 972 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1907 227 



CLASS H, PHOTOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

(To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by James E. Abbe, Newport News, Va. Class H, 
XXc no. 8G502. Dec. 15, 1906; 2 copies received Dec. 15, 1906." 



Abbe (James E. ), Newport 

News, Va. 

Anchored. (H 86502, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 973 

At evening. (H 86282, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 8, 1906. ) 974 

By moonlight. (H 86281, Dec. 8, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) 975 

'Eventide. (H 86503, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 976 

Historic James. (H 86504, Dec. 15, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 977 

Nightfall. (H 86505, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 978 

Aber (Allen), Arnold, Pa. 

M. E. church, New Kensington, Pa. (H 

85890, Nov. 24, 1906.) 979 

Public school, Parnassus, Pa. (H 85891, 

Nov. 24, 1906. ) 980 

St. Joseph's K. C. church, New Kensing- 

jj ton, Pa. (H 85889, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 981 

Street scene. Fourth ave. & Sixth street, 

Parnassus, Pa. (H 85892, Nov. 24, 

1906.) 982 

2 c. each Nov. 13, 1906. 

Allen & Nail, Woodward, 
Okla. 
Old statehood, A, B, C, D. (H 86164- 
86167, Dec. 4, 1906; 1 c. each June 29, 
1906; 1 c. each Dec. 3, 1906.) 983 

Alman & co., New York, 
N. Y. 
Cutler (James G.) A, B, &C. (H 86478- 
86480, Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. each Dec. 13, 
1906.) 984 

American lithographic com- 
pany, New Y T ork, N. Y. 
Like gramma v. 11 (H 85670, Nov. 24, 
1906.) 985 

Mexican girl v. 12 (H 85671, Nov. 24, 
1906.) 986 

Wash dav v. 10. (H 85669, Nov. 24, 
1906.) 987 

2 c. each Nov. 24, 1906. 

American mutoscope & bio- 

grapb company, New 

York, N. Y. 

Married for millions. (H 88152, Dec. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 988 



American mutoscope & bio- 
graph company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Skyscrapers (The) (H 86424, Dec. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 989 

Ames (George W.), Lynn, 
Mass. 
Walsh {Right Rev. Louis S.) (H 86515, 
Nov. 24, 1906. ) 990 

no. 2. (H 86516, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

991 

no. 3. (H 86517, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

992 

no. 5. (H 86518, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

993 

no. 8. (H 86519, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

994 

no. 10. (H 86520, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

995 

no. 11. (H 86521, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

996 
— - no. 12. (H 86522, Dec. 15, 1906. ) 

997 

no. 15. (H 86523, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

998 

no. 16. (H 86524, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

999 

no. 19. (H 86525, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1000 

no. 20. (H 86526, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1001 

no. 21. (H 86527, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1002 

no. 22. (H 86528, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1003 
2 c. each Nov. 26, 1906. 

Arnold (Richard, J.), Del 

Monte, Cal. 

City hall. no. 34. (H 87568, Dec. 22, 

1906. ) 1004 

Hotel del Monte, no. 33. (H 87567, 

Dec. 22, 1906.) 1005 

no. 34. (H 87569, Dec. 22, 1906.) 

1006 

no. 35. (H 87570, Dec. 22, 1906.) 

1007 

no. 36. (H 87571, Dec. 22, 1906.) 

1008 

San Francisco, no. 7. (H 87566, Dec. 

22, 1906.) 1009 

no. 41. (H 87572, Dec. 22, 1906.) 

1010 
25 



26 



CATALOGUE OF COPY EIGHT ENTRIES 



Arnold (Richard J.), Del 
Monte, Cal. 
San Francisco, no. 42. (H 87573, Dec. 
22, 1906.) 1011 

no. 43. (H 87574, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 

1012 

no. 44. (H 87575, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 

1013 
2 c. each Dec. 22, 1906. 

Arthur (James), Detroit, 
Mich. 
At the flower show. (H 86347, Dec. 8, 
1906.) 1014 

Autumn. (H 86356, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 1015 
Baby. (H 86361, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1016 
Bed time. (H 86368, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1017 
By the roadside. ( H 86366, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 

1018 
Clarissa. (H 86344, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1019 

Coquette. (H 86331, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1020 
Cynthia. (H 86335, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 1021 
Evangeline. (H 86349, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1022 
Fairy tales. (H 86363, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1023 
Fanchette. (H 86333, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1024 

Fantasy. (H 86355, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1025 

Flowers of the orient. (H 86354, Dec. 

8, 1906.) 1026 

Garden rose. (H 86362, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1027 
Gladys. (H 86346, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1028 

Gretchen. (H 86359, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1029 
Harmony. (H 86375, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 

1030 
Hello. (H 86353, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1031 
Holly. (H 86351, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1032 
Home, sweet home. (H 86382, Dec. 8, 
1906.) 1033 

Interesting. (H 86348, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1034 

Lady of the lake. (H 86381, Dec. 8. 
1906.) 1035 

Lillias. (H 86371, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1036 

Love letter. (H 86341, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1037 

Love's messenger. (H 86330, Dec. 8, 
1906.) 1038 



Lullaby. (H 86352, 



Dec. 8, 1906. ) 
1039 



Arthur (James), Detroit, 

Mich. 

Meditation. (H 86365, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1042 

Mignonette. (H 86376, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1043 

Mother's treasure. (H 86357, Dec. 8, 
1906.) 1044 

Narcissus. (H 86374, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1045 

Night. (H 86379, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1046 

Only pebble on the beach. (H 86369, 
Dec. 8, 1906. ) 1047 

Phyllis. (H 86342, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1048 

Reflections. (H 86360, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1049 
Roadside flowers. (H 86373, Dec. 8, 
1906.) 1050 

Rosemond. (H 86364, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1051 
Roses. (H 86367, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1052 



Society queen. 



H 86334, Dec. 8, 1906.) 
1053 



Mabelle. (H 86343, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1040 

Madonna. (H 86380, Dec 8, 1906.) 

1041 



Spring. (H 86345, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1054 
Spring flowers. ( H 86350, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 

1055 
Story. (H 86378, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1056 
Summer belle. (H 86336, Dec. 8, 1906.; 

1057 
Tale of the sea shell. (H 86370, Dec. 8, 
1906.) 1058 

Tennis girl. (H 86340, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1059 
Tiger lilies. (H 86337, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 

1060 
Tulips. (H 86383, Dec 8, 1906.) 1061 
Twilight. (H 86377, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1062 
Two roses. (H 86339, Dec. 8 1906. ) 

1063 
Water lilies. (H 86372, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1064 
Violets. (H 86332, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1065 
Violetta. (H 86358, Dec 8, 1906. ) 1066 
Winter belle. ( H 86338, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 

1067 
2 c each Dec. 10, 1906. 

Barker (B. Benton), Bur- 
lington, Vt. 
Shelburne bay by moonlight. ( H 86405, 
Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c Dec 10, 1906. ) 1068 

Barnes (A. H.), Parkland, 

Wash. 

An ice cave of Paradise glacier. ( H 86212, 

Dec. 5, 1906.) 1069 

General view from indian Henry's. (H 

86209, Dec. 5, 1906.) 1070 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



27 



Barnes (A. II.), Parkland. 

Wash. 

Ice arch of Paradise glacier. (H 86205, 

Dec. 5, 1906.) 1071 

Lake in indian Henry's park. ( H 86211, 

Dec. 5, 1906.) 1072 

Morning view from indian Henry's. (H 

86204, Dec. 5, 1906.) 1073 

Mt. Tacoma from indian Henry's. (H 

86210, Dec. 5, 1906.) 1074 

Sunset view from indian Henry's. (H 

86207, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 1075 

View from Paradise valley. (H 86206, 

Dec. 5, 1906.) 1076 

View of glaciers from indian Henry's. 

(H 86208, Dec. 5, 1906.) 1077 

2 c. each Dec. 5, 1906. 

Barrett (Henry Howard), 
Falmouth, Mass. 
Contented. (H 85622. Nov. 23, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 23, 1906. ) 1078 

Baylis (William), Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. 

Bever Park, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. no. 
4743. (H 85609, Nov. 23, 1906. ) 1079 

Coe college and Williston Hall, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. no. 5724. (H 85616, 
Nov. 23, 1906.) 1080 

Feeding the deer, Bever Park, Cedar 
Rapids, Iowa. no. 4743. (H 85613, 
Nov. 23, 1906. ) 1081 

First avenue, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. no. 
2354. (H 85607, Nov. 23, 1906.) 1082 

Glimpse of Third street, Cedar Rapids, 
Iowa. no. 4763. (H 85610, Nov. 23, 
1906.) 1083 

Home for the friendless, Cedar Rapids, 
Iowa. no. 3589. (H 85612, Nov. 23, 
1906. ) 1084 

Pawnee cereal mills, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 
no. 7803. (H 85615, Nov. 23, 1906.) 

1085 

Second Avenue bridge. Cedar Rapids, 
Iowa. no. 7795. (H 85608, Nov. 23, 
1906.) 1086 

Union Passenger Station, Cedar Rapids, 
Iowa. no. 4694. (H 85611, Nov. 23, 
1906.) 1087 

Washington High school, Cedar Rapids, 
Iowa. no. 5329. (H 85614, Nov. 23, 
1906.) 1088 

2 c. each Nov. 23, 1906. 

Beals (Jessie Tarber), New 
York, N. Y. 
Feeling blue. (H 85624, Nov. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 12, 1906. ) 1089 

Becht (Wm. F.), Newark, 
N. J. 
Homeward bound. (H 85886, Nov. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 17, 1906.) 1090 



Beck (Chas. R. R.), Thur- 
mont, Md. 
Catocton furnace, Catocton, Md. (H 
86386, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1091 

Beckwith company, Nor- 
wich, Conn. 
Belle of '61. (H 69984, Dec. 13, 1905.) 

1092 
Coming thro the rye. ( H 69986, Dec. 13, 
1905.) 1093 

Just cows. (H 69980, Dec. 13, 1905.) 

1094 

Never touched me. (H 69983, Dec. 13, 

1905.) 1095 

Twentieth century girl. (H 69985, Dec. 
13, 1905.) 1096 

Water nymphs. (H 69988, Dec. 13, 
1905.) 1097 

2 c. each Dec. 7, 1906. 

Benedict (Oralee), Chicago, 

111. 

Country smiles. (H 87506, Dec. 21, 

1906.) 1098 

Winter's eve. (H 87504, Dec. 21, 1906.) 

1099 
Wooing. (H 87505, Dec. 21, 1906. ) 1100 
2 c. each Dec. 21, 1906. 

Birt (W T . W.), Berwick, Pa. 

Employees of the N. Y. C. & H. R. R. 

Co. Electrical dept. Berwick Pa. 

1906. (H 85960, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 30, 1906.) 1101 

Blackburn (G. F. ), Grand 
Forks, N. D. 
View of the city of Grand Forks, N. D. 
(H 86428, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1906.) 1102 

Bodine (Howard), Chicago, 
111. 
Young (Colonel Collins), nos. 1-3. H 
86421-86423, Dec. 11, 1906; 2 c. each 
Dec. 11, 1906.) 1103 

Bomboy (Arthur), Mobile, 
Ala. 
Cawthon (The). (H 86052, Dec. 3, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 1104 

Boston herald company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Crew of Peary ship Roosevelt, on deck of 
steamer on arrival at Sydney, Nova 
Scotia. (H 85718, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 26, 1906.) 1105 

Hanson (Matt) of Peary's crew in arctic 
costume on deck of the Roosevelt on 
arrival at Sydney, Nova Scotia. (H 
85717, Nov. 26, 1906.) 1106 



28 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Boston herald company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Peary (commander) being interviewed 
in his cabin by Boston herald staff cor- 
respondent and A. J. Quigley, Peary 
club representative. (H 85720, Nov. 
26, 1906.) 1107 

Percy (Chas. ) jr., keeper of dogs. (H 
85719, Nov. 26, 1906. ) 1108 

2 c. each Nov. 26, 1906. 

Bowdoin college library, 
Brunswick, Me. 
Longfellow (Henry W. ), silhouette of. 
(H 86215, Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 
1906.) 1109 

Braun, Clement & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Arabs crossing a ford by Eugene From- 

entin. no. 403. (H 86735, Dec. 17, 

1906.) 1110 

Autumn by Anton Mauve, no. 543. 

(H 86710, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1111 

Balthazar Carlos by Velasquez, no. 272. 

(H 86685, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1112 

Battle scene — Arabs making a detour by 
A. Schreyer. no. 630. ( H 86697, Dec. 
17, 1906.) 1113 

Boy with a sword by Edouard Manet. 

no. 563. (H 86708, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1114 
Brothers (The) Adrian and William van 

de Velde by J. L. E. Meissonier. no. 

353. (H 86712, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1115 

Card (The) party by Caspar Netscher. 

no. 238. (H 86700, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1116 
Chez les humbles by Lhermitte. (H 

86752, Dec. 17, 1906. ) 1117 

Christopher Columbus, by S. del Piombo. 

no. 86. (H 86702, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1118 
Deer in the forest — twilight by Kosa Bon- 

heur. no. 496. (H 86670, Dec. 17, 

1906.) 1119 

Defense (The) of Champigny by Detaille. 

no. 562. (H 86678, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1120 
Dream (The) after the ball by Mackart. 

no. 473. (H 86754, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1121 
Dutch interior by Peter de Hooch, no. 

302. (H 86745, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1122 

Dutch (A) Kitchen by Teniers. no 7. 
(H 86680, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1123 

Edge of the Woods by Th. Rousseau. 
no. 337. (H 86689, Dec. 17, 1906. ) 

1124 

Forest of Fontainebleau by Diaz de la 
Pena. no. 487. (H 86729, Dec. 17, 
1906.) 1125 



Braun, Clement & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Friedland-1807, by J. L. E. Meissonier. 
no. 538. (H 86715, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1126 

General (A) and adjutant — Shores of 

Antibes by J. L. E. Meissonier. no. 

374. (H 86713, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1127 

George Washington by Charles Wilson 

Peale. no. 176., (H 86701, Dec. 17, 

1906.) 1128 

Girl with a parrot by Edouard Manet. 

no. 651. (H 86709, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1129 

Grand (The) Canal, Venice, by J. M. W. 

Turner, no. 165. (H 86683, Dec. 17, 

1906.) 1130 

H. R. H. Duke of Y'ork by Beechey. 

no. 160. (H 86667, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1131 

Head of a woman — Lucia by F. L. 

Leighton. no. 420. (H 86750, Dec. 

17,1906.) 1132 

Head of an old man by Guido Reni. (H 

86687, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1133 
Hille Bobbe von Haarlem by Franz 

Hals. no. 58. (H 86739, Dec. 17, 
1906.) 1134 

Holland Cattle bv Constant Trovon. no. 
144. (H 86681, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1135 

Holy (The) family by Diaz de la Pena. 
no. 375. (H 86727, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1136 

by Rubens, no. 49. (H 86691, Dec. 

17,1906.) 1137 

repose in Egypt bv Ludwig Knaus. 

no. 404. (H 86726, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1138 

Lachrymae by F. L. Leighton. no. 340. 
(H 86749, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1139 

Lady Ellenborough by Sir Thomas Law- 
rence, no. 322. (II 86748, Dec. 17, 
1906.) 1140 

Lady Fitzherbert bv Romney. (H 

86688, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1141 
Ladv Hamilton by Sir Romney. (H 

86707, Dec. 17, 1906. ) 1142 

Landscape by Diaz de la Pena. no. 422. 

(H 86728, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1143 
by Ruvsdael. no. 235. (H 86692, 

Dec. 17, 1906.) 1144 

by Thomas R. A. Gainsborough, no. 

278. (H 86736, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1145 

Landscape with sheep by Charles Jacque. 

no. 570. (H 86724, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1146 
L' enlevement de Rebecca by Delacroix. 

no. 382. ( H 86677, Dec. 17, 1906. ) 1 147 

Lord Nelson in the cabin of the Victory 
by Charles Lucy. no. 167. (H 86753, 
Dec. 17, 1906.) 1148 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



29 



Braun, Clement & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Lost souvenir of Auvergne by A. F. A. ! 

Schenck. no. 396. (H 86695, Dec. 17, ! 

1906.) 1149 

Man reading by J. L. E. Meissonier. no. ! 

488. (H 86714, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1150 
Marie Marguerite Lambert de Thorigny 

by Nicolas de Larguilliere. no. 501. 

(H 86747, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1151 

Music (The) lesson by GabrielMetsu. no. 
• 273. (H 86716, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1152 
Old (The) oak, by Jules Dupre. no. 381. 

(H 86731, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1153 

On the Seine — morning by Daubigny. ! 

no. 463. (H 86676, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1154 
Peter's repentance by A. Scheffer. no. 

568. (H 86694, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1155 
Portrait of a gentleman by Charles Loring 

Elliot, no. 194. (H 86733, Dec. 17, 

1906.) 1156 

Portrait of a ladv by Beechey. no. 298. 

(H 86668, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1157 
by Charles Loring Elliot, no. 201. 

(H 86734, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1158 

Portrait of a man by F. J. Goya. no. 10. 

(H 86737, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1159 
by Franz Hals. no. 264. (H 86741, 

Dec. 17, 1906.) 1160 

Portrait of a man by Rembrandt. (H 

86756, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1161 

no. 239. (H 86703, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1162 

no. 240. (H 86704, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1163 
Portrait of a young lady bv C. de Vos. { 

no. 36. (H 86686, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1164 
Portrait of a young woman by Millais. 

(H 86717, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1165 

Portrait of Alexander Hamilton by Col. 

John Trumbull, no. 171. (H 86682, 

Dec. 17, 1906.) 1166 

Portrait of Baron Arnold Le Roy by A. 

Van Dyck. no. 314. (H 86732, Dec. 

17, 1906.) 1167 

Portrait of Charles I. by Daniel Mvtens. 

no. 325. (H 86698, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1168 
Portrait of George Washington by Gil- j 

bert Stuart, no. 199. (H 86679, Dec. [ 

17, 1906.) 1169 

Portrait of H. Y. G. Marquand by J. S. I 

Sargent, no. 266. (H 86693, Dec. 17, 

1906.) 1170 

Portrait of Jean Van Male by B. van der 

Heist, no. 236. (H 86743, Dec 17, 

1906.) 1171 

Portrait of Mrs. Angelo by Sir J. Rey- 
nolds, no. 318. (H 86705, Dec. 17, i 

1906.) 1172 



Braun, Clement & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Portrait of the Emperor Joseph II of 

Austria by Francois Hubert Drouais. 

no. 503. (H 86730, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1173 
Princesse Conde as Diana, by Jean Marc 

Nattier, no. 504. (H 86699, Dec. 17, 

1906.) 1174 

Rest bv Berchem. no. 41. (H 86669, 

Dec. 17, 1906.) 1175 

River Landscape by Th. Rousseau, no. 

482. (H 86690, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1176 
Roman girl at a fountain, by Leon Bon- 

nat. no. 477. (H 86671, Dec. 17, 

1906.) 1177 

Sheepfold (The) bv Charles Jacque. 

no. 453. (H 86723", Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1178 
Shulamite (The) bv Alexandre Cabanel. 

no. 399. (H. 86672, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1179 
Smoker (The) by Franz Hals. no. 234. 

(H 86740, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1180 

Spring by Anton Mauve, no. 588. (H 

86711, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1181 

Storm (The) by Cot. no. 476. (H 

86675, Dec. 17, 1906. ) 1182 

Study for a head in the father's curse by 
J. B. Greuze. no. 510. (H 86738, 
Dec. 17, 1906.) 1183 

Velasquez by Velasquez, no. 270. (H 
86684, Dec. 17, 1906. ) 1184 

Ville d' Avray by J. B. Corot. no. 483. 
(H 86674, Dec. 17,1906.) 1185 

Vintage (The) by Lhermitte. no. 565. 
(H 86751, Dec. 17, 1906.) 1186 

Virgin and child by Isenbrandt. (H 
86755, Dec. 17, 1906. ) 1187 

Young girl by Sir J. Reynolds. (H 86706, 
Dec. 17, 1906.) 1188 

2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 

Brock (Nace), Asheville, 

N. C. 

Carolina. (H 86061, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1189 

Innocence. (H 86058, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

1190 
Juanita. (H 86059, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1191 

Reverv. (H 86060, Dec. 3, 1906.) 
2 c. each Dec. 3, 1906. 1192 

Brown (Alice Emma),Shel- 
burne Falls, Mass. 
Apple blossoms. (H 86162, Dec. 3, 1906; 
1 c. Nov. 21, 1906; 1 c. Dec. 12, 1906.) 

1193 

Forbes brook. (H 86163, Dec. 3, 1906; 

1 c. Dec. 3, 1906; 1 c. Dec. 12, 1906.) 

1194 



30 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Brown (N. E. ), Coopers- 
ville, Mich. 
Brown's aerial views, Spring lake, Mich. 
Lake avenue. (H 85683, Nov. 26, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 1195 

Burrell (David T.), Brock- 
ton, Mass. 
Brockton watre works, Silver Lake, Mass. 
(H 86149, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 
1906.) 1196 

Busy corner, Centre street. (H 85940, 
Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 

1197 

Drinking fountain given by George G. 

Snow to the citv. (H 85939, Nov. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Nov/28, 1906.) 1198 

Elm court, west Elm street. (H 86150, 

Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906. ) 1199 

St. Patrick's Catholic church, erected 

1859, Steeple 180 ft. in height. (H 

86148, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 

1200 
Caldwell ( Warren H. ), Brock- 
ton, Mass. 
St. Patrick's church, erected 1859. (H 
86147, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 

1201 
Cayce (Edgar), Bowling, 
Green, Ky. 
Kentuckians. (H 86053, Dec. 3, 1906; 2 
c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 1202 

Chickering (Elmer), Boston, 
Mass. 
Braley (Judge Henry K.) Negative no. 
2. (H 87480, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
20, 1906. ) 1203 

8 x 10. no. 1. (H 86954, Dec. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 1204 

Guild (Gov. Curtis) jr. and council. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

group 1. 14 by 17. (H 86653, Dec. 

15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1205 

Knowlton ( Chief Justice M. P. ) 14 x 17. 

no. 1. (H 86955, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1206 

Morton (Judge James M.) photograph 

14 x 17. no. 1. (H 87699, Dec. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906.) 1207 

Sheldon (Judge H. N.) 1. 14 by 17. 

(H 86654, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 

1906.) 1208 

2. 14 by 17. (H 86655, Dec. 15, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1209 

3. 8 by 10. (H 86656, Dec. 15, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1210 

4. 8 by 10. (H 86657, Dec. 15, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1211 

5. 8 by 10. (H 86658, Dec. 15, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1212 

6. (H 86659, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 1213 

7. ( H 86660, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 

15, 1906.) 1214 



Chickering ( Elmer) , Boston, 
Mass. 
Sheldon (Judge H. N.) 8. (H 86661, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 

1215 

9. (H 86662, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 

15, 1906.) 1216 

Clemens (Will. M.), Milling- 
ton, N. J. 
Statue of Robert G. Ingersoll. (H 86045, 

Dec. 1, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 1, 1906.) 1217 
Clinedinst (B. M.), Washington, D. C. 

Automobile manufacturers, group. (H 

87513, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906. ) 

1218 
Automobile manufacturers in automo- 
biles at White House. (H 87514, Dec. 

21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1219 

Blanpre (Madame de). (H 87511, Dec. 

21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1220 

Collier (Wm.) IT. g. minister to Spain. 

(H 87508, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 

1906.) 1221 

Finley ( W. W. ) president of the Southern 

railroad. (H 87509, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 

c. Dec. 21, 1906. ) 1222 

Moody ( Miss Mary ) . ( H 87510, Dec. 21, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1223 

New Roosevelt cabinet group complete, 

Dec. 22, 1906, no. 2. (H 87675, Dec. 

24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906. ) 1224 

New U. S. supreme court group complete, 

Dec. 22, 1906, no. 1. (H 87674, Dec. 

24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906. ) 1225 

Opening day of Congress, no. 1. (H 

86049, Dec. 1, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 1, 1906.) 

1226 
Pastor (Senora Dona Constance Cazenove 

Lee de) (H 87512, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 21, 1906.) 1227 

Senora de Cortes, no. 1. (H 85880, 

Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 27, 1906.) 

1228 
Senorita Dona Maria Angelica Carbo. 

no. 2. (H 85881, Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 27, 1906. ) 1229 

Senorita Dona. Maria Teresa Carbo. no. 

3. (H 85882, Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 

27, 1906.) 1230 

White (Henry), new U. S. ambassador to 

France. (H 87507, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 21, 1906.) 1231 

Collins (S. Earl), Hunts ville, 
Ala. 
Huntsville cotton market. (H 86486, 
Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 

1232 

Coolidge (Baldwin), Wo- 

burn, Mass. 

Baby Stuart, attributed to Van Dyck. 

.(H 86489, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 

1906.) 1233 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



31 



Cooper & Bailey, Boston, 

Maiden high school. (H 86463, Dec. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 1234 

Coo vert (John Calvin), Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 
Officers Memphis Dam No. 11 . ( H 86443, 
Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 1235 
Officers 1906 & 7 B. P. O. E. Elks. (H 
86439, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 

1236 
Memphis (The) levee in November. (H 
' 86440, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 

1237 

Cotton compress at Clarksdale, Miss. ( A ) 

(H 86441, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906.) 1238 

(B) (H 86442, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 26, 1906. ) 1239 

Coulson & Wendt, Albany, 

N. Y. 

Panoramic view from capitol of Albany, 

N. Y. Hudson river and Rensselaer. 

(H 85691, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c, Nov. 26, 

1906.) 1240 

Crossland (W. R.), Charles- 
ton, 111. 
Chief, American Horse, Sioux. (H 
87576, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 1241 

Red Blanket, Sioux dancer. (H 87577, 
Dec. 22, 1906. ) 1242 

2 c. each Dec. 22, 1906. 

Cullum (John B.), Mouncls- 
ville, W. Va. 
Cullum double twins. (H 85959, Nov. 
30, 1906. ) 1243 

Back view. ( H 85958, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 

1244 

Front view. nos. 1 &2. (H 85956- 

85957, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 1245 

2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906. 

Curtis (Edward S.)» Seattle, 

Wash. 

After the snake washing. (H 87202, Dec. 

19, 1906.) 1246 

Afternoon chat. (H 87193, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1247 
Alchise. A. (H 87147, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1248 

B. (H 87151, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1249 

C. (H 87152, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1250 

Among the Yucca. (H 87149, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1251 

Announcement (The) (H 87200, Dec. 

19,1906.) 1252 

Antelope ruin. (H 87227, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1253 
Apache (The) (H 87114, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1254 

Apache bather. (H 87120, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1255 

3595— pt 4, nos 1-5—07 3 



Curtis (Edward S.), Seattle, 

Wash. 

Apache Cowas. ( H 87098, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1256 

Apache dancers. A. (H 87157, Dec. 19, 

1906. 1257 

— B. (H 87158, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1258 

Apache family. (H 87143, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1259 

Apache home life. (H 87144, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1260 

Apache huts. (H 87111, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1261 
Apache reaper. ( H 87117, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1262 
Apache village. ( H 87090, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1263 
Apache woman. ( H 87126, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1264 

At the chicken race. (H 87247, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1265 

At the edge of the pit, (H 87169, Dec. 

19,1906.) 1266 

At the gap. (H 87208, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1267 

At the mescal pit. (H 87171, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1268 

At the portal. (H 87175, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1269 

! (H 87221, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1270 

At the river's edge. (H 87108, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1271 

At the sweat lodge. (H 87133, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1272 

At the well. (H 87192, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1273 
Bather (The). (H 87130, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1274 

Bathing (The) pool. (H 87094, Dec. 19, 

1906. ) 1275 

Bear (The) grass. (H 87107, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1276 

Before the storm. (H 87153, Dec. 19, 

1906. ) 1277 

Below the rapids. (H 87148, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 1278 

Beneath the canon walls. (H 87230, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 1279 

Blanket weaving. (H 87224, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 1280 

Buck Klehlh. (H 87116, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1281 

Burning pottery (Numpevo). (H 87189, 

Dec. 19, 1906.) 1282 

Canon del Muerto. (H 87257, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 1283 

Canon (The) farm. (H 87240, Dec. 19, 
1906. ) 1284 

Canon Hogan. (H 87239, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1285 



32 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Curtis (EdwardS.), Seattle, 

Wash. 

Canon orchards. (H 87233, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1286 

Canon shadows. (H 87226, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1287 

Chargay Eltonay. (H 87172, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1288 

Cliff perched homes. ( H 87190, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1289 

Cornfield (The). (H 87124, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1290 

Courier (The). (H 87100, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1291 

Cutting mescal, A. (H 87166, Dec. 19, 

1906. ) 1292 

, B. (H 87167, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1293 

, C. (H 87168, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1294 

De Gizzeh. (Rolling) (H 87104, Dec. 

19, 1906.) 1295 

Desert people. (H 87235, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1296 
Desert (The) people. ( H 87248, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1297 

Drying meal. (H 87191, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1298 
East Fork homes. (H 87128, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1299 

East (The) Fork village. ( H 87099, Dec. 

19, 1906.) 1300 

Entering Canon del Muerto. ( H 87225, 

Dec. 19, 1960. ) 1301 

Eshecal Tunny. ( H 87134, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1302 
Evening at the well. (H 87187, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1303 

Evening life. (H 87173, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1304 
Evening on the sand dunes. (H 87222, 

Dec. 19, 1906.) 1305 

Fire (The) drill. (H 87140, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1306 

Fire (The) makers. (H 87141, Dec. 19, 

1906.) ' 1307 

Fridav's daughter. (H 87131, Dec. 19, 

1906. ) 1308 

Girl (The) of the whorls. (H 87181, 

Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1309 

Goo Tinneh. (H 87122, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1310 
Good morning. ( H 87186, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1311 
Goshonnay. (H 87115, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1312 
Harvesting mescal. (H 87164, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1313 

Hogan (The) in Canon del Muerto. (H 
87236, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1314 

Hopi (The). (H 87182, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1315 



Curtis (Edward S.), Seattle, 

Wash. 

Hopi girls at the well. (H 87179, Dec. 

19,1906.) 1316 

Hopi (The) girls. (H 87217, Dec. 19, i 

1906.) 1317 

Hopi life. (H 87185, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1318 
Hopi water girls. A. ( H 87218, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1319 

B. (H 87219,' Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1320 

Hopiland beauty. (H 87176, Dec. 19, 

1906. ) 1321 

Hopis. (H 87183, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1322 
Hosten Yezya. ( H 87259, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1323 
Housetop (The) (H 87207, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1324 

Housetop life. (H 87178, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1325 
Huddvgahuh. (H 87125, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1326 
In the land of the Mescal. (H 87159, 

Dec. 19, 1906.) 1327 

Navajo. (H 87234, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1328 
In the Sierra Blancas. (H 87115, Dec. 

19, 1906.) 1329 

Infant burial. (H 87092, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1330 
Into Canon del Muerto. (H 87237, Dec. 

19, 1906.) 1331 

Kivas (The) ; Shipolovi. (H 87205, Dec. 

19, 1906.) 1332 

Land (The) of sunshine. (H 87203, Dec. 

19, 1906.) 1333 

Light and shadow. (H 87156, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1334 

Mealing (The) through. (H 87184, Dec. 

19, 1906.) 1335 

Mesa (The) (H 87196, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1336 

Mescal. (H 87163, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1337 
Mescal bakers. (H 87165, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1338 
Mescal hills. (H 87160, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1339 
Mescal (The) pit. (H 87162, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1340 

Mishongonovi on the desert. (H 87198, 

Dec. 19, 1906.) 1341 

Mizheh and babe. (H 87139, Dec. 19, 

1906. ) 1342 

Modest maidens. (H 87195, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1343 

Moonlight. (H 87109, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1344 
Morning (The) bath. (H 87137, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1345 

Morning chat (The) (H 87188, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1346 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



33 



Curtis (Edward S.), Seattle, 

Wash. 

Morning lights. ( H 87103, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1347 

Morning on the Black river. (H 87101, 

Dec. 19, 1906.) 1348 

Nah Cleddn. (H 87129, Dec. 19. 1906.) 

1349 
Nahviltelh. (H 87127, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1350 

Nairn— Lahgeh ( Plenty girls. ) ( H 87106, 

Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1351 

Nato, the goat man. (H 87204, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1352 

Navajo (The) farm. (H 87229, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1353 

Navajo men. (H 87246, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1354 
Navajo women. ( H 87256, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1356 
Navajos. (H 87249, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1355 

Ndee Sawgochonh. (H 87135, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1357 

On the divide. (H 87142, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1358 
Orchard (The). (H 87242, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1359 
Our camp. (H 87232, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1360 
Passing the gap. (H 87194, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1361 

Peki (The) maker. (H 87180, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1362 

Picking up the snake. (H 87214, Dec. 

19,1906.) 1363 

Placing the mescal. (H 87170, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1364 

Pool (The) (H 87121, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1365 
Potter (The) (H 87174, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1366 
Prepared for the sweat. (H 87123, Dec. 

19, 1906.) 1367 

Preparing the sweat lodge. (H 87138, 

Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1368 

Primitive life. (H 87154, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

1369 
Reflections. (H 87093, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1370 
Scout (The) (H 87150, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1371 
Shipolovi Snake dance. A. (H 87210, 

Dec. 19, 1906.) 1372 

P. (H 87211, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1373 

C. (H 87212, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1374 

D. (H 87213, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1375 

Skyaon. (H 87097, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1376 
Snake (The) jars. (H 87199, Dec. 19, 

1906. ) 1377 

Snake (The) priest. (H 87209, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1378 



Curtis (Edward S.)> Seattle, 
Wash. 
; Snake (The) washing. A. (H 87215, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 1379 

B. (H 87216, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1380 

' Stairway (The). Shipolovi. (H 87201, 

Dec. 19, 1906.) 1381 

! Summer (A) camp. (H 87241, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1382 

\ Sweat (The) house. (H 87136, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1383 

Sycamores (The) (H 87095, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1384 

! Tenoky. (H 87118, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1385 

; Through the canon. (H 87238, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1386 

Through the Canon of Death. ( H 87231, 

Dec. 19, 1906.) 1387 

| Today and yesterday. ( H 87228, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 1388 

j Toodayah. (H 87119, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1389 
Trail (The) (H 87146, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1390 

Trimming Mescal. (H 87161, Dec. 19. 

1906.) 1391 

■ Tsahizn Tseh. (H 87113, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1392 

Tsibentooeh (stove pipe) (H 87112, 

Dec. 19, 1906.) 1393 

Twilight. (H 87105, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1394 

Tvpical Apache figure. (H 87132, Dec. 

"19,1906.) 1395 

j Under the tara tree. ( H 87223, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1396 

Walpi life. (H 87206, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1397 

j Walpi maidens. (H 87177, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1398 

I Watching the sunset. (H 87220, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1399 

, Water (The) girl. (H 87197, Dec. 19. 

1906.) 1400 

! Water (The) jar. (H 87155, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1401 

Where the trout hide. (H 87102, Dec. 

19,1906.) 1402 

White (The) singer. (H 87245, Dec. 19. 

1906. ) 1403 

: Woman (The) of the desert. (H 87244, 

Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1404 

Women of the desert. (H 87258, Dec. 

19, 1906.) 1405 

Yebichai praver. (H 87250, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1406 

A. (H 87251, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1407 

I B. (H 87252, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1408 

| C. (H 87253, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1409 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Curtis (Edward S. ), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Yebichai praver. D. (H 87254, Dec. 
19, 1906.) ' 1410 

E. (H 87255, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1411 

Youth (The) from the desert land. (H 

87243, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1412 

Yuh-Huh (walking). (H 87091, Dec. 

19, 1906.) 1413 

Yuh-Huh' s baby. (H 87089, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1414 

Zash Clishn. (H 87096, Dec. 19. 1906.) 

1415 

B. (H 87110, Dec. 19, 1906.) 1416 

2 c. each Dec. 19, 1906. 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 

Mass. 

Caroline, (new 4 by 5 negative.) (H 

86221, Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 

1417 

Children are a heritage of the Lord. 

18 x 22. (H 86447, Dec. 12, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 12, 1906.) 1418 

Dorothy. ( new 18 by 22 negative. ) ( H 

86220, Dec. 6, 1906 ; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 

1419 
Fishing village. ( 1 8 b v 22 negative. ) ( H 

86222, Dec. 6, 1906;" 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 

1420 
Hanging of the crane, new 11 x 14 neg- 
ative. ' (H 86483, Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 13, 1906.) 1421 

He shall give his angels charge over thee. 
8 x 10. (H 86450, Dec. 12, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 12, 1906.) 1422 

11 x 14 negative. (H 86482, Dec. 

13, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 1423 

I will lift mine eyes unto the hills. 18 
bv 22 negative. " ( H 86219, Dec. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 1424 

Waiting for the ferryman. 8 x 10. (H 
86449, Dec. 12, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1906. ) 

1425 

When I consider Thy heavens. 8 x 10. 

(H 86448, Dec. 12, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 12, 

1906.) 1426 

11 x 14 negative. (H 86481, Dec. 

13, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 1427 

Curtiss studio, New Haven, 
Conn. 
Yale academic class 1906. (H 86237, 
Dec. 6, 1906.) 1428 

Yale Sheff class 1909. (H 86236, Dec. 6, 
1906. ) 1429 

Yale varsity crew 1906. (H 86235, Dec. 
6, 1906.) 1430 

2 c. each Dec. 6, 1906. 

Dawson (W. L.), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Appeal to pity. American avocets de- 
coying from nest. (H 85630, Nov. 24, 
1906.) 1431 



Dawson (W. L.), Seattle, 
Wash. 

Dreams, a California gull. (H 85628, 
Nov. 24, 1906. ) 1432 

Eagle pose. Glaucous-winged gull on 
flagstaff of S. S. Princess Beatrice. (H 
85629, Nov. 24, 1906.) 1433 

Mistress of the snows. Female white- 
tailed ptarmigan in summer plumage. 
(H 85631, Nov. 24, 1906.) 1434 

Rusty song sparrow. (H 85627, Nov. 24, 
1906.) 1435 

Sandpipers and surf. Looking south 
from La Push. (H 85632, Nov. 24, 
1906; 2 c. each Nov. 24, 1906. ) 1436 

Detroit pub. co., Detroit, 
Mich. 
Abbott academy, Andover, Mass. (H 
86387, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1437 

Across the common, Boston. Mass. (H 

86391, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1438 
Alumni and band entering stadium, Har- 
vard university class day exercises. 
( H 85663, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 
1906. ) 1439 

Alumni entering stadium, Harvard uni- 
versity class dav exercises. (H 85662, 
Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 

1440 

Ammonoosuc river, and Mt. Washington, 
White Mts. N. H. (a) (H 86782, Nov. 
5, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 1441 

(b) (H 86783, Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 5, 1906. ) 1442 

Audience assembling in stadium, Harvard 
university class day exercises. (H 
85664, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 
1906. ) 1443 

Back Bay and Charles river, Boston, 
Mass. (H 86390, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 8, 1906. ) 1444 

Base station, Mt. Washington railway, 
White Mts. N. H. (H 86765, Nov. 5, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 1445 

Beach at Nassau, Bahama islands. (H 
85652, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 
1906. ) 1446 

Bit of Nassau, Bahama islands. ( H 85651, 
Nov. 24, 1906; 2c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 1447 

Boston harbor from East Boston, "Mass. 
(H 86406, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 
1906.) 1448 

Brother and sister. (H 85945, Nov. 28, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 1449 

Catacombs in cemetery, San Juan, P. R. 
(H 85668, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 
1906. ) 1450 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



35 



Detroit pub. co., Detroit, 
Mich. 

Copley square, Trinity church, art 
museum public library, Boston, Mass. 
(H 86392, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1906. ) 

1451 

Cosy corner. (H 87482, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 
c." Dec. 20, 1906. ) 1452 

Crawford house looking toward Ele- 
phant's Head, White Mts., X. H. (H 
86775, Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 

1453 

D. & H. R. R. station, Hotel Champlain, 
N. Y. ( H 86664, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 15, 1906.) 1454 

Departure of steamer, Nassau, Bahama 
islands. (H 85653, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 24, 1906.) 1455 

Duke St. Nassau, Bahama islands. ( H 
85654, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 
1906.) 1456 

Duluth boat club, Duluth, Minn. (H 
85570, Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1906. ) 

1457 

East front and flower beds, Hotel Cham- 
plain, X. Y. (H 86665, Dec. 15, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1458 

Eating cocoanuts. (H 85658, Nov. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 1459 

Engine, Mt. Washington railwav, White 
Mts., N. H. (H 86764, Nov. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 5, 1906. ) 1460 

General view, looking south, Boston, 
Mass. (H 86389, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 8, 1906.) 1461 

Glee club singing in the stadium, Har- 
vard university class dav exercises. ( H 
85665, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 

1462 

Gorham manufacturing co., Providence, 
R. I. H 86394, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
8, 1906.) 1463 

Harbor and waterfront, Boston, Mass. 
(H 86388, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 8, 
1906.) 1464 

Harvard stadium, Harvard university 
class dav exercises. (H 85666, Nov. 
24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 1465 

Home in the tropics. (H 85659, Nov. 
24, 1906, 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 1466 

Hotel Champlain and surroundings, 
Hotel Champlain, N. Y. (H 86663, 
Dec. 15. 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1467 

In the gardens Colonial hotel, Nassau, 
Bahama islands. (H 85656, Nov. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 1468 

Knickerbocker hotel, New York, N. Y. 
(H 87698, Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 
1906.) 1469 

Last (The) token, a Christian martvr. 
(H 85944, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 
1906.) 1470 



Detroit pub. co., Detroit, 
Mich. 

Looking toward Bretton woods, White 
Mts., N. H. (H 86773, Nov. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 1471 

Miss Rich building a house of cards. 
(H 85943, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 
1906.) 1472 

Mt. Washington from Twin rivers, 
White Mts., N. H. (H 86774, Nov. 5, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 1473 

Mt. Washington hotel, and Mt. Washing- 
ton, White Mts. N. H. (H 86779, Nov. 
5, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 1474 

Mt. Washington hotel, White Mts. N. 
H. (a) (H 86776, Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 5, 1906.) 1475 

(b) (H 86777, Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 5, 1906.) 1476 

Mt. Washington, White Mts. N. H. (c) 
(H 86778, Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 
1906. ) 1477 

On Riverside path, White Mts. N. H. 
(H 86768, Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 
1906.) 1478 

(b) (H 86784, Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 5, 1906.) 1479 

On the Ammonoosuc Bridal path, White 



769, Nov. 5, 
1480 
5, 1906 



Mts. N. H. (a) (H 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 

(b) (H 86770, Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 5, 1906.) 1481 

- — (c) (H 86771, Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 5, 1906. ) 1482 

On the road to the base of Mt. Washing- 
ton, White Mts. N. H. (H 86772, 
Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 1483 

On the road to the summit, Mt. Washing- 
ton, Yellowstone national park. (H 
86126, Dec. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 

1484 

Petrified tree, Yellowstone national park. 
(H 86127, Dec. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 
1906.) 1485 

Portrait of a lady. (H 85946, Nov. 28, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 1486 

Reservoir, Louisville, Kv. (H 85572, 
Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1906. ) 1487 

Roman girl at a fountain. (H 85942, 
Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1488 

Ship canal and aerial bridge, Duluth, 
Minn. (H 85571, Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 22, 1906. ) 1489 

Ships that pass in the night. (H 85660, 
Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 1490 

Shulamite (The) (H 85941, Nov. 28, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 1491 

Simmon's College, Boston, Mass. (H 
85667, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 

1492 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Detroit pub. co., Detroit, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Stages at Old Faithful inn, Yellowstone 
Park, Wyo. (H 86125, Dec. 3, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 3, 1906. ) 1493 

Statue of queen Victoria, Nassau, Ba- 
hama islands. ( H 85657, Nov. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 1494 

Street in Nassau, Bahama islands. (H 
85655, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 
1906. ) 1495 

Trains ascending Mt. Washington, White 
Mts. N. H. (H 86766, Nov. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 1496 

Upper falls of the Ammonoosuc, White 
Mts. N. H. (H 86767, Nov. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 1497 

(b) (H 86780, Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 5, 1906.) 1498 

Van Cortlandt Mansion, Van Cortlandt 
Park, New York. (H 86666, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1499 

Waterfront, Marblehead, Mass. (H 
86393, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) 

1502 
Where the Ammonoosuc flows thro Bret- 
ton woods, White Mts. N. H. (H 
86781, Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 

1500 
Winter day at Nassau, Bahama islands. 
(H 85661, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 
1906.) 1501 

Donaldson (Adolph), St. 
Paul, Minn. 
Coaxing. (H 86511, Dec. 15, 1906. 1503 
Making up. ( H 86512, Dec. 15, 1906. ) 

1504 
2 c. each Dec. 15, 1906. 

Douglas (Judd William), 
North Bend, Oreg. 
Will you be my sweetheart, (H 86433, 
Dec. 11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 

1505 
Drake portrait company, 
Poynette, AVis. 
Public schools. Poynette, Wis. (H 
86451, Dec. 12, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1906. ) 

1506 
Easton (Clifford H.) , Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Northern types. A hero of the North. 
(H 86416, Dec. 11, 1906.) 1507 

A voluntary exile. ( H 86420, Dec. 

11, 1906.) 1508 

An Amazon of the North. (H 

86414, Dec. 11, 1906.) 1509 

An oasis. (H 86417, Dec. 11, 1906. ) 

1510 

An old lady of the silent places. 

(H 86415, Dec. 11, 1906.) 1511 

One whose work is done. ( H 86419, 

Dec. 11, 1906.) 1512 



Easton (Clifford H.), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Northern types. Primitive man. (H 
86418, Dec. 11, 1906.) 1513 

2 c. each Dec. 11, 1906. 

Elkins (Leon F.), North 
Troy, Vt. 
Montgomerv Ctr. Vt. (H 86139, Dec. 3, 
1906; 2 c.*Nov. 21, 1906.) 1514 

Fair ( Henry ) , Le wiston, 
Idaho. 
Lewis & Clark relics, no. 234. (H 86853, 
Dec. 18, 1906.) 1515 

no. 235. (H 86854, Dec. 18, 1906.) 

1516 

Le wiston state normal school, no. 232. 

(H 86852, Dec. 18, 1906.) 1517 

Lewiston's pioneers, no. 647. (H 86855, 

Dec. 18, 1906.) 1518 

2 c. each Dec. 18, 1906. 

Fowler (Geo. H.), Battle 
Creek, Mich. 
Butterfleld (Mrs. W. S.) (H 87479, 
Dec. 20, 1906. ) 1519 

Goodnight story. (H 87478, Dec. 20, 
1906.) 1520 

2 c. each Dec. 20, 1906. 

Fox well (C. R. D.), Red 
Bank, N. J. 
Clouds. (H 86286, Dec. 8, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 8, 1906.) 1521 

Frisco view company, San 
Francisco, Cal. 
As good as captured. ( H 87303, Dec. 20, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 1522 

Gardner (D. I.), Peebles, 
Ohio. 
Great serpent mound, no. 1. ( H 80893, 

July 18, 1906. ) 1523 

The head. "no. 2. (H 80894, July 

18, 1906. ) 1524 

The tail. no. 3. (H 80895, July 

18, 1906.) 1525 
2 c. each Nov. 28, 1906. 

Garo (John H.), Boston, 

Muck (Carl), no. 1. ' (H 85590, Nov. 12, 
1906.) 1526 

no. 2. (H 85591, Nov. 12, 1906.) 

1527 

no. 3. (H 85592, Nov. 12, 1906.) 

1528 

no. 4. (H 85593, Nov. 12, 1906.) 

1529 

O'Connell (Rt. Rev. Wm. H.) no. 1. 

(H 85587/ Nov. 12, 1906.) 1530 

no. 2. (H 85588, Nov. 12, 1906.) 

1531 



PBOTOGRAPHS 



37 



Garo (John H.), Boston, 
Mass. 
O'Connell (Rt, Rev. Win. H.) no. 3. 
(H 85589, Nov. 12, 1906.) 1532 

2 c. each Nov. 12, 1906. 

Gates (Horatio), Willrnar, 
Minn. 
Looking north along the summit of the 
ice ridge on Green lake. (H 85577, 
Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1906. ) 1533 

Gibson art galleries, Chicago, 
111. 
Weighmen of board of trade. Chicago, 
111. 1906. (H 86014, Nov. 30, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 1534 

Gilbert (Irwin E.), Frost- 
burg, Md. 
High st. school, Frostburg, Md. (H 

86224, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 1535 
Lovers' leap and The Narrows. ( H 86223, 

Dec. 6, 1906.) 1536 

Stone bridge, Cumberland narrows. (H 

86225, Dec. 6, 1906.) 1537 
2 c. each Dec. 6, 1906. 

Gilbert & Bacon, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Brookside. (H 86039, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 30, 1906.) 1538 

Mannering (Miss Marv). no. 1. (H 

85595, Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 22, 

1906.) 1539 
no. 2. ( H 85596, Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 22, 1906.) 1540 
no. 3. ( H 85597, Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 22, 1906. ) 1541 
no. 4. (H 85598, Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 22, 1906. ) t 1542 
no. 5. (H 85599, Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. ' 

Nov. 22, 1906. ) 1543 

Ginder (Jacob J.) & bro., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bridge and famous Indian medicinal j 
spring, Rockport, Pa. (H 86168, Dec. 
5, 1906. ) 1544 

Main street, Rockport, Pa. (H 86169, 
Dec. 5, 1906.) 1545 ! 

2 c. each Dec. 5, 1906. 

Graff (Bernhard M.), St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Freak baby twins, nos. 1-4. (H 86434- 
86437, Dec. 11, 1906.) 1546 

2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906. 

Graham (Ambrose M.), 
Phillipsport, N. Y. 
Pine hill, overlook, Phillipsport, N. Y. 
(H 85620, Nov. 23, 1906.) 1547 

Pleasure Lake, Phillipsport, N. Y. (H 
85621, Nov. 23, 1906.) 1548 

2 c. each Nov. 23, 1906. 



Greenleaf (W.), Kent, 
Wash. 
Kent, Wash. (H 86284, Dec. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 5, 1906. ) 1549 

Grissom (Sherewood T. ), 
Dardanelle, Ark. 
Birds eye view of Atkins, Arkansas, from 
Crow mountain. Height 600 ft. (H 
86279, Dec. 7, 1906.) 1550 

Tvpical Arkansas cotton plantation. (H 
86278, Dec. 7, 1906.) 1551 

2 c. each Dec. 7, 1906. 

Grossman ( A . ) , Da vton, 
Ohio. 
Man with broken neck. (H 86401, Dec. 
10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 1552 

Hackett (Arthur E.), Flag- 
staff, Ariz. 
Cliff dwelling, Walnut canyon, near Flag- 
staff, Ariz. 21. (H 86823, Dec. 17, 
1906.) 1553 

Devil's (The) ditch, Sunset mountain, 
near Flagstaff, Ariz. 83. (H 86825, 
Dec. 17, 1906.) 1554 

Lava bed and Sunset mountain near 
Flagstaff, Ariz. 80. (H 86824, Dec. 
17, 1906.) 1555 

San Francisco peaks in winter, Flagstaff, 
Ariz. 28. (H 86822, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

1556 
2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 

Haines (C. Vincent), Croton 
on Hudson, N. Y. 
High bridge over Croton river, Croton- 
on-Hudson, N. Y. (H 86429, Dec. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 1557 

Harper & bros., New York, 
N. Y. 
Dinner given to Henry Mills Alden by 
Harper & Bros. tables 2-3. (H 
85534, 85535, Nov. 19, 1906.) 1558 

2 c. each Nov. 19, 1906. 

Tables 6-31. ( H 85536-85561, Nov. 

19, 1906.) 1559 

2 c. each Nov. 19, 1906. 

Harris (W. J.), Pittston, Pa. 
Fort site on the Susq. river. (H 86156, 
Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 1560 

Ithanell House, Lake Hopatcong. (H 
85606, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 
1906.) 1561 

Maxim fort, Lake Hopatcong. ( H 86159, 
Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 1562 

Maxim pier from fort. Lake Hopatcong. 
(H 86160, Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec 4, 
1906.) 1563 



38 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Harris (W. J.), Pittston, Pa. 
Maxim pier. Front view. (H 86154, 

Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 1564 
Lake Hopatcong. (H 86158, Dec. 

4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 1565 
Side view. (H 86155, Dec. 4, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 4, 1906. ) 1566 

Old fort site, Pittston, Pa. (H 86157, 

Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 1567 

Harris & Ewing, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Cortelyou (George B.) (H 86497, Dec. 
14, 1906.) 1568 

President's cabinet. (H 86498, Dec. 14, 
1906. 1569 

2 c. each Dec. 14, 1906. 

Hulbert (E. T.), Circle ville, 
Ohio. 
Circleville reds. (H 85952, Nov. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 24. 1906.) 1570 

Huntsinger (Emanuel M.), 
Hartford, Conn. 
Jamestown, Virginia church tower. (H 
87546, Dec. 22, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 22, 
1906.) 1571 

Hutchins (Harvey D. ), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Lafayette mall at night, (H 86280, Dec. 
7, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1572 

Ives ( Henry ) , Prescott, 
Ariz. 

Glimpse of river from left of plateau 
down Bright Angel trail. Grand ca- 
non, Arizona. (H 86031, Nov. 30, 
1906.) 1573 

from right of plateau down Bright 

Angel trail. Grand canon, Arizona. 
(H 86032, Nov. 30, 1906.) 1574 

Grand canon from head of Bright Angel 
trail. (H 86034, Nov. 30, 1906.) 1575 

Grand canon from Grand View trail, river 
five miles in distance. (H 86035, Nov. 
30,1906.) 1576 

Grand canon of Arizona from Bright 
Angel hotel, Indian gardens below. ( H 
86028, Nov. 30, 1906.) 1577 

from El Tovar hotel. (H 86029, Nov. 

30, 1906.) 1578 

from Grand View point, River in 

the distance. ( H 86030, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 

1579 

from Grand View trail. (H 86027, 

Nov. 30, 1906.) 1580 

Looking across canon from Grand View 
trail. (H 86038, Nov. 30, 1906.) 1581 

Looking down canon from Grand View 
trail. (H 86037, Nov. 30, 1906.) 1582 



Ives (Henry), Prescott, 
Ariz. 
Looking down the depths from Grand 
View trail. River in distance. Grand 
canon, Ariz. (H 86033, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 

1583 
Storm in the Grand canon of Arizona. 
(H 86036, Nov. 30, 1906.) 1584 

2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906. 

Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

A. P. Hill monument, Richmond, Va. 
no. 740. (H 85903, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1585 

Appomattox, City Point, Va. no. 772. 
(H 85926, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 
1906.) 1586 

no. 773. (H 85925, Nov. 28, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1587 

Auditorium, no. 740. (H 85709, Nov. 
26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 1588 

Bird's eye view of Hampton Roads. 819. 
(H 86646, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 
1906.) 1589 

Brooke Turnpike, no. 742. (H 85929, 
Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 

1590 

Butterfield monument, Fredericksburg, 
Va. no. 752. (H 85913. Nov. 28, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 1591 

Camping party at Dismal Swamp. 766. 
(H 86642, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 
1906.) 1592 

Center Hill, Petersburg, Va. 741. (H 
85902, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 
1906. ) 1593 

Confederate cemetery, Fredericksburg, 
Va. no. 761. (H 85910, Nov. 28, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1594 

Confederate monument, Fredericksburg, 
Va. no. 759. (H 85915, Nov. 28, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1595 

Petersburg, Va. (H 86937, Dec. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 1596 

Copper, silver and wood building, 814. 
(H 86950, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 
1906.) 1597 

Corn wal lis' s cave, Yorktown. no. 790. 
(H 86008, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 
1906.) 1598 

Deep Run Hunt Club, Richmond, Va. no. 
747. (H 85904, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 28, 1906.) 1599 

Hall, Shirlev on James River, no. 779. 
(H 85921, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 
1906.) 1600 

Headquarters of Grant's Adjutant Gen- 
eral, City Point, Va. no. 774. (H 
85928, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 
1906.) 1601 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



39 



Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Iron building, 803. (H 86941, Dec. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 1602 

J. E. B. Stuart monument, near Rich- 
mond, Va. no. 748. (H 85918, Nov. 

28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 1603 

Kenmore House, Fredericksburg, Va. 

no. 750. (H 85911, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1604 

Lakeside Park, Richmond, Va. no. 756. 

(H 85917, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 

1906.) 1605 

Last meeting of Lee and Jackson. 783. 

(H 86644, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 

1906.) 1606 

Main street, Yorktown, Va. no. 785. 

(H 86003, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 

1906. ) 1607 

Maine monument, Petersburg, Va. (H 

86938, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1608 

Manufacturer's bldg. no. 739. (H 

85708, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906. ) 1609 

Manufacturer's building. 807. (H 86944, 

Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1610 
Marriage of Pocahontas. 736. ( H 86647, 

Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906) 1611 
Marv Washington monument, Fredericks- 
burg, Va. "no. 743. (H 85907, Nov. 

28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 1612 

Marv Washington's home, Fredericks- 
burg, Va. no. 746. (H 85914, Nov. 

28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 1613 

Marye Heights, Fredericksburg, Va. no. 

754. (H 85900, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 

28,1906.) 1614 

Marye House, Fredericksburg, Va. no. 

740. (H 85909, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1615 

Mercer monument. Fredericksburg, Va. 

no. 762. (H 85901, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 28, 1906.) 1616 

Meditation Rock, Fredericksburg, Va. 

no. 760. (H 8 916, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 28, 1906.) 1617 

Mines & metallurgy bldg. no. 737. (H 

85706, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 

1618 
Mines and metallurgy building. 816. (H 

86951, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1619 
Missouri building. 812. (H 86948, Dec. 

19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 1620 

Model school. 802. (H 86940, Dec. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) , 1621 

Moore house, Yorktown. no. 787. (H 

86005, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 

1622 



Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Monument at Yorktown. no. 794. (H 
86011, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 

1623 

Mother's and children's building, 806 

(H 86943, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 

1906.) 1624 

National cemetery, Fredericksburg, Va, 

no. 753. (H 85899, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1625 

Nelson house, Yorktown. no. 786. (H 

86004, Nov. 30, 1906; 2c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 

1626 
New Jersey building, 818. (H 86953, 

Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 1627 
North Dakota building, 810. (H 86946, 

Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1628 
Old church, Yorktown. no. 789. (H 

86007, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 

1629 
Old court house, Norfolk countv. 782. 

(H 86643, Dec. 15. 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 

1906.) 1630 

Old custom house, Yorktown. no. 793. 

(H 86010, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 

1906.) 1631 

Old jail at Sewell's Point. 797. (H 86645, 

Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 1632 
Old pigeon house at Shirlev on James 

River, no. 777. (H 85927, Nov. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 1633 

Out-houses at Shirlev on James River. 

no. 778. (H 8592< Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1634 

Parlor, Shirley on James River, no. 780. 

(H 85922, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 

1906.) 1635 

Pennsylvania building, 809. (H 86945, 

Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1636 
Pottery building, 813. (H 86949, Dec. 

19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 1637 

Rhode Island building, 804. (H 86942, 

Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 1638 
Rising Sun Tavern, Fredericksburg, Va. 

no. 751. (H 85912, Nov. 28, 1906; 2c. 

Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1639 

Scene at Dismal Swamp, no. 763. (H 

85931, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 

1906.) 1640 
no. 764. (H 85936, Nov. 28, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 1641 
no. 765. (H 85932, Nov. 28, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 1642 
no. 767. (H 85933, Nov. 28, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 1643 
no. 768. (H 85934, Nov. 28, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1644 
no. 769. (H 85938, Nov. 28, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 1645 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

Scene at Dismal Swamp, no. 770. (H 
85935, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 
1906.) 1646 

Shirley on James River, no. 775. (H 
85920, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28,1906.) 

1647 

no. 776. (H 85923, Nov. 28, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1648 

Site of Old Yellow Tavern, near Rich- 
mond, Va. no. 757. (H 85898, Nov. 
28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 1649 

Soldiers Home, Richmond, Va. no. 758. 
(H 85905, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 
1906.) 1650 

State exhibit bldg. no. 738. (H 85707, 
Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 

1651 

Swan tavern, Yorktown. no. 791. (H 
86009, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 
1906.) 1652 

Textile building, 801. (H 86939, Dec. 
19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 1653 

Transportation building, 817. (H 86952, 
Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 

1654 

Virginia building, 811. (H 86947, Dec. 
19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 1655 

Virginia State library, Richmond, Va. 
no. 771. (H 85930, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1656 

Westbrooke, Richmond, Va. no. 745. 
(H 85908, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 
1906.) 1657 

Where Cornwallis surrendered, York- 
town, no. 788. (H 86006, Nov. 30, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 1658 

Where Gen. Cobb fell on Sunken road, 
Fredericksburg, Va. no. 755. (II 
85919, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 
1906.) 1659 

Winnie Davis tomb, Richmond, Va. no. 
744. (H 85906, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1660 

Johnson (Chas. T.) , Jaffrey, 

N. H. 

Antique wall painting of Boston harbor, 

painted in 1803 in old Prescott tavern. 

E. Jaffrev. (H 85687, Nov. 26, 1906; 

2 c. Nov.' 26, 1906. ) 1661 

Old Jaffrev stage coach. (H 86412, Dec. 

11, 1906*; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 1662 

Kelley (E. W. ), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Across the main gallery, library of Con- 
gress, Washington, U. S. A. 141. (H 
87522, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 

1663 

After school. 7965. (H 86536, Dec. 15, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1664 



Kelley (E. W.) , Philadelphia. 
Pa. 
Ahead of the news. 8001. (H 86571, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1665 
Alster pavilion, Hamburg, Germanv. 
8244. (H 88150, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 1666 

| Among the daisies. 7997. (H 86568, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1667 

Amsterdam— the Venice of the north, 

overlooking the shady canal toward 

Oude Kerk, Holland. 8359. (H 88106, 

Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 1668 

: Anticipation. 8096. (H 86637, Dec. 15, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1669 

j Around the Mavpole. 7960. (H 86535, 

Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1670 

i At baby's command. 8046. (H 86605, 

Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1671 

At play in the Springtime. 7957. (H 

86533, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 

1672 

Attending to her knitting, no. 1. 8076. 

(H 86630, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 

1906.) 1673 

Attending to his knitting, no. 2. 8077. 

(H 86631, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 

1906.) 1674 

Attending to their knitting. (3.) no. 

8078. (H 86845, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 1675 

Bad (A) crossing. 8000. (H 86570, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1676 

Behind the barn. 7966. (H 86537, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1677 

Blind man's buff. 7987. H 86558, Dec. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1678 

I Blowing bubbles. 7996. (H 86567, Dec. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1679 

Bridge of boats across the Rhine and the 
cathedral, the world's finest gothic 
bldg. (512 ft. high.) Cologne, Ger- 
many. 6355. (H 88104, Dec. 26, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 1680 

Bridge tower of the old town, Prague, 
Austria. 8161. H 88133, Dec. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 1681 

! Busy farm maiden and quaint country 
buildings, Isle of Marken, on Zuider 
Zee, Holland. 8363. (H 88110, Dec. 
26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 1682 

I By the old tree. 8082. ( H 86635, Dec. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1683 

• Carving their names for memory's sake. 
8040. (H 86600, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 15, 1906.) 1684 

Catch me Tom. no. 1. 8011. (H 86577, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1685 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



41 



Kellev (E. W.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

The cathedral of Dordrecht, a type of the 
earlv Dutch churches, Holland. 8380. 
(H 88124, Dec 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1906.) 1686 

A china market of Leipsic, Germany. 
8192. (H 88121, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 26, 1906.) 1687 

Chinning not churning, no. 1. 8053. 
(H 86612, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 

- 1906.) 1688 

Churning not chinning. 8054. ( H 86613, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1689 

Consternation. 8097. (H 86638, Dec. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1690 

Craft lined wharf in the fishing village of 
Yolendam. on the Zuider Zee, Hol- 
land. 8365. (H 88112, Dec. 26, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 1691 

Curtis-Lee mansion, old-time home of 
Robert Lee, Arlington, Va., near Wash- 
ington, U. S. A. 8334. (H 87538, 
Dec. 21, 1906; 2c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1692 

Daisies for all. 7959. (H 86534, Dec. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1693 

Ditmar Kail strasse in Hamburg, Ger- 
many. 8239. ( H 88149, Dec. 26, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 1694 

Dom cathedral of Berlin, Germany. 8200. 
(H 88142, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1906.) 1695 

Drifting and dreaming. 8070. (H 86624, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1696 

Drop the handkerchief. 7989. (H 86560, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1697 

Dutch peasant supplying pure fresh milk, 
Rotterdam, Holland. 8377. (H 88122, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 1698 

Eavesdroppers, no. 1. 8034. (H 86596, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1699 

Eavesdroppers dropped (2). no. 8035. 
(H 86837, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1700 

Enterprising potato digger of Rhoon, j 
Holland. 8374. (H 88119, Dec. 26, i 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 1701 | 

Example (The), no. 2. 7980. (H 86551, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1702 

Executive grounds, the monument, the 
printing and engraving bureau, and 
Potomac river, south from state dept. 
Washington U. S. A. 8288. (H 87528, 
Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906. ) 1703 

Explanation. 8098. (H 86639, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1704 

Farmer's (A) wife she'll be. 8010. (H 
86576, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1705 



Kelley (E. W.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
I Field of the dead, soldiers graves Arling- 
ton Va. cemetery near Washington, 
U. S. A. 8333. (H 87537, Dec. 21, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1706 

Frederick street from cafe Bauer, unter 
den Linden, Berlin, Germany. 8224. 
(PI 88146, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1906.) 1707 

Fresh egg. 8005. (H 86574, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1708 

Gathering potatoes near the village of 
Rhoon, Holland. 8375. (H 88120, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec 26, 1906.) 1709 

Gee up hossie. 7976. (H 86547, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec 15, 1906.) 1710 



General P. O. and business centre n. e. 
from the Washington monument, Wash- 
ington, U. S. A. 8295. (H 87530, 
Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec 21, 1906.) 1711 

Girl from the golden west. 8052. (H 
86611, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 

1712 

Glance (A) at a bargain offering, no. 8062. 
(H 86841, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1713 

Glance (A) through the news. 8045. 

(H 86604, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 

1906.) 1714 

Grandmother's yarn. A strange silence 

awakens her. no. 2. 8030. (H 86592, 

Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1715 
Asleep on dutv. no. 1. 8029. (H 

86591, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1716 
At the end of the ball of varn. no. 3, 

8031. (H 86593, Dec. 15^ 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1717 

Great Forth bridge (450 ft. high, li miles 

long) near Edinburgh, Scotland. 8113. 

(H 88126, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 

1906.) 1718 

Guess who! 8036. (H 86597, Dec. 15, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1719 

Have a swim chickie. 7974. (H 86545, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1720 

He loves me. no. 2. 8042. (H 86602, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1721 

he loves me not. no. 1. 8041. (H 

86601, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15. 1906. ) 

1722 

He snaps best who snaps last. 7975. (H 
86546, Dec. 15. 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 

1723 

Her feathered friends. 7973. ( H 86544, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1724 

He's the wisest man that vou will ever 
find. 8075. (H 86629, Dec. 15, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1725 



42 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Kelley (E. W.), Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Hide and go seek. 7986. ( H 86557, Dec. 

15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1726 

His spouse reaches him first, no. 2. 

8050. (H 86609, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 1727 

Hofgarten cafe, Munich, Germany. 8153. 

(H 88132, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 

1906.) 1728 

Holland as the world knows her, a scenic 

spot in Zaandvk. 8373. (H 88118, 

Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 1729 

Holland peasantry and scenery in the 
village of Edam. 8369. (H 88115, Dec. 
2§, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 1730 

Home of Washington, Mount Vernon, Va. 
near Washington U. S. A. 8335. (H 
87539, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906. ) 

1731 

How Tom caught her (2). no. 8012. 
(H 86833, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1732 

I don't want to play in vour yard. 7985. 
(H 86556, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1733 

In quaint old Katwyk on the North Sea, 
Holland. 8370. (H 88116, Dec. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 1734 

In the old swimming pool. 7995. (H 
86566, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1735 

In the shade of the old stone barn. no. 

8027. (H 86836, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 1736 

Industrious Dutch wives of the Holland 
farmer, near Rotterdam. 8376. (H 
88121, Dec, 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

1737 

Just drifting. 8057. (H 86616, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1738 

Just waiting for the buttermilk. 8033. 
(H 86595, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1739 

King John street in Dresden, Germany, 
8179. (H 88138, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 26, 1906.) 1740 

Kistenmacher's beer garden on the Spree, 
Berlin, Germany, 8219. (H 88145, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 

1741 

Knight of the Grip. 8024. (H 86587, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1742 

Konigsbau on the Schlossplatz of Stutt- 
gart, Germany, 8133. (H 88131, Dec. 
26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 1743 

Krolls famous beer garden, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 8215. (H 88144, Dec. 26, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 1744 



Kelley (E. W.), Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Kronprinzen-Zeldt, a popular beer garden 

on the Spree, Berlin, Germany. 8213. 

(H 88143, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 

1906.) 1745 

Latest (The) bulletin, no. 8002. (H 

86829, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 

1746 
Leipzinger-strasse, greatest for traffic in 

Berlin, Germany. 8226. (H 88147, 

Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 1747 
Library of Congress from capitol grounds. 

Washington, U. S. A. 138. (H 87520, 

Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906. ) 1748 
Little (The) things in life that count, 

7972. (H 86543, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 1749 

Load for Old Nell. 7970. ( H 86541, Dec. 

15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1750 

Long corridor, Library of Congress, Wash- 
ington, U. S. A. 139. (H 87521, Dec. 

21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1751 

Love holds the reins. 8044. (H 86603, 

Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1752 
Love is blind (2) circumstantial evidence, 

no. 8014. (H 86834, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 1753 
Johnny's fly paper test. no. 1. 

8013. (H 86578, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 1754 

Love's old post office. 8026. (H 86589, 

Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1755 
Maiden's dream. How sweet is that. 

no. 1, 8072. (H 86626, Dec. 15, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1756 

Mail (Male) holdup in the west, 8074. 
(H 86628, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1757 

Man (The) behind, no. 8039. (H 86838, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1758 

Mass. ave. west from Scott circle. Wash- 
ington, U. S. A. 8307. (H 87535, Dec. 
21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1759 

from Thomas circle. Washington, 

U. S. A. 8305. (H 87534, Dec. 21, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1760 

Maypole among the daisies. 7992. ( H 
86563, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1761 

Meeting the board of education. 7988. 
(H 86559, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1762 

Merry (A) load. no. 1. 8022. (H 
86585, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1763 

Merry load. The spill, no. 2. 8023. 
(H 86586, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1764 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



43 



Keller (E. W.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
1 Monument to General W m. T. Sherman 

and the "Washington monument south 

from treasury, Washington U. S. A. 

8285. (H 87544, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 21, 1906.) 1765 

My dog and I. 8079. (H 86632, Dec. 

15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1766 

My first love. 7971. (H 86542, Dec. 15. 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1767 

Now we're up now we're down — We can 

see all over town. 7978. (H 86549, 

Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1768 
Oats. 7994. (H 86565, Dec. 15, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1769 

O'Brien's Mondav. And then she plaved. 

no. 3. 8018. (H 86581, Dec. 15, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1770 
Savs he I won't, no. 1. 8016. (H 

86579", Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 

1906.) 1771 
Savs she you will. no. 2. 8017. 

(H 86580, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 

1906.) 1772 

The old church at Katwvk, Holland. 

8371. (H 88117, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 26, 1906. ) 1773 

Old East Gate of Delft, a city once famous 

for its potterv, Holland. 8378. (H 

88123, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

1774 
Old old story. 8059. (H 86618, Dec. 

15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1775 

On the trail of the ground squirrel. 7984. 
(H 86555, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1776 

Only man. Affrighted, no. 4. 8068. 
(H 86622, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. -Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1777 

delighted (2) . no. 8066. (H 86843, 

Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1778 

invited (1). no. 8065. (H 86842, 

Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1779 

slighted (3). no. 8067. (H 86844, 

Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1780 

Open air China market in Koblenz, Ger- 
many. 8357. (H 88105, Dec. 26, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 1781 

Our teacher. 7977. (H 86548, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1782 

Over and under the fence, no. 8015. 
(H 86835, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1783 

Panorama east from the monument over 
agricultural grounds to the capitol and 
library of Congress. Washington 

U. S. A. 8296. (H 87531, Dec. 21, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1784 



Kelley (E. W.), Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Panorama west from the capitol showing 

Penna. ave, the new P. O. and the 

monument. Washington U. S. A. 

8262. (H 87523, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. 

-Dec. 21, 1906.) 1785 

Peasant (A) group in Holland. 8381. 

(H 88125, Dec. 26, 190; 26 c. Dec. 26, 

i 1906.) 1786 

Peter strasse, a city famous for its great 

fairs, Germanv. '8190. (H 88140, Dec. 

26, 1906; 2 c. "Dec 26, 1906.) 1787 

j Please mum, give me a vest to sew this 
button on. 8055. (H 86614, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1788 

Pony (The) express. 7982. (H 86553, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1789 

Powder-tower, and entrance to Prague 
in old Bohemia, Austria. 8166. (H 
88135, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 

1790 

Pres. Roosevelt speaking, dedication of 
Penna. 813,000,000 state capitol, Harris- 
burg, Oct. 4, 1906. 8260. (H 88151, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 
I 1791 

Pretty girl. A quiet brook. Picture 
man. Snap shot took. 8025. (H 
86588, Dec. 15, 1906: 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1792 

j Princes street and Calton hill, East from 
Scott monument, Edinburgh, Scotland. 
8124. (H 88129, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 1793 

Princes street and the Majestic Scott 
monument, Edinburgh, Scotland. 
8120. (H 88127, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 1794 

Quaintly costumed Dutch maidens carry- 
ing their little sisters, Marken, near 
Amsterdam, Holland. 8362. (H 88109, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 1795 

Quiet (A) game. 7967. (H 86538, Dec. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1796 

Quiet (A) game disturbed. 7968. (H 
86539, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1797 

Reconciliation. 8099. (H 86640, Dec. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1798 

Result (The) nc. 3. 7981. (H 86552, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 o. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1799 

Romeo and Juliet. 7993. (H 86564, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1800 

Royal palace of Sanssouci, Potsdam, Ger- 
many. 8228. ( H 88148, Dec. 26, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 1801 

Rustic (A) wooing. 8037. (H 86598, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1802 

Safe (A) pony. 7991. (H 86562, Dec. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1803 



44 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Kelley (E. W.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

St. Paul's and Ludgate hill from Fleet 
street, London, England. 8126. (H 
88130, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1906.) 1804 

Scott building and grounds of old soldiers' 
home, Washington, U. S. A. 8329. 
(H 87536, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 
1906.) 1805 

Scott monument, erected in memory of 
Sir Walter Scott, Edinburgh, Scotland. 
8121. (H 88128, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 26, 1906.) 1806 

See strasse in the clean and modern city 
of Dresden, Germany. 8178. (H 88137, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 1807 

Senate chamber in the north extension 
of the U. S. capitol, Washington, D. C. 
53. (H 87519, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
21, 1906.) 1808 

Separation. 8095. (H 86636, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1809 

Shady (The), glassy canal and the Oude 
Kerk, a splendid gothic edifice, Amster- 
dam, Holland. 8360. (H 88107, Dec. 
26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 1810 

She dreamed not of prying eyes. no. 
8061. (H 86840, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 15, 1906.) 1811 

Shoes large and small and some who 
wear them — a family collection on 
washday, Volendam, Holland. 8366. 
(H 88113, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1906.) 1812 

Si Perkins. The soubrettes. (1) Hello 
Si. Give us a ride. 8019. (H 86582, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1813 

(2) A tight squeeze, by Heck. 8020. | 

(H 86583, Dec. 15, 1906; *2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1814 

(3) Too much for his one hoss 

shay. 8021. (H 86584, Dec. 15, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 1815 

Silent witness. 8071. (H 86625, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1816 

Sister calls, what are you doing? Oh I'll 
show you bye and bye. no. 2. 8064. 
(H 86621, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1817 

Sovereigns of loves domain. 8028. (H 
86590, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 

1818 

State, war, and navy building, Washing- 
ton, U. S. A. 161. (H 87526, Dec. 21, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1819 

State, War, and Navy building, White 
House, and Treasury, north from the 
monument, Washington, U. S. A. 
8294. (H 87529, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 21, 1906.) 1820 



Kelley (E. W. ), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Statue of King John and the royal opera 
house, Dresden, Germany. 8170. (H 
88136, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 

1821 

Straw (The) ride. 7969. (H 86540, Dec. 

15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1822 

Street (A) scene in the village of Monni- 
kendam, Holland. 8364. (H 88111, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 1823 

Tabbv's evening meal. 8004. (H 86573, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1824 

Taking country freedom, no. 8043. (H 

86839, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1825 
Teacher (The) no 1. 7979 (H 86550, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1826 

Telling stories out of school. 7983. (H 

86554, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1827 

Thomas circle, north to 14th street and 

Vermont ave., Washington, U. S. A. 

8304. ( H 87533, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 

21, 1906.) 1828 

To the rescue. 7998. (H 86569, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1829 

Tomb of Washington at Mt. Vernon near 
Washington, U.S.A. 8336. (H 87540, 
Dec. 21/1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 

1830 

Tommy snaps a tender wooing, snaps it 

quickly on the si v. no. 1. 8063. (H 

86620, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 

1831 
Trouble on the line. 8003. (H 86572, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1832 

Truth (The) it was. She'd kissed the 
cat. 8073. (H 86627, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 
c. Dec. 15, 1906. 1833 

Trysting (The) place. 8058. (H 86617, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1834 

Typical Holland — a sleepy canal and re- 
flected mill, Edam. 8368. (H 88114, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 

1835 

Under an umbrella, no. 7999. (H 86828, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1836 

Unexpected meeting of the board. 8081. 
(H 86634, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 1837 

United States Capitol from the n. e. 
Washington. U.S.A. 50. (H 87518, 
Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 

1838 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



45 



Kellev (E. W. ), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
U. S. Treasury building. Washington. U. 
S. A. 171. (H 87524, Dec. 21. 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1839 

University from Augustus place, Leipsic, 
Germany, 8185. (H 88139, Dec. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 1840 

Vencelsplaee, a splendid square of Prague, 
capital of Bohemia, Austria. 8165. ( H 
88134, Dec. 26, 1906; 2c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 

1841 

Waiting for help. 8060. (H 86619, Dec. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1842 

Waiting for his house to come by. no. 1. 
8049/ (H 86608, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 15, 1906.) 1843 

Waiting for pure fresh milk. 8051. (H 

86610, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 

1844 
Wants to go with papa. 7990. ( H 86561 , 

Dec. 15; 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1845 
Washing to Rag time. 8080. (H 86633, 

Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1846 
Washington Monument from the P. 0. 

Washington. U. S. A. 8289. (H 

87543, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 

1847 
Washington Monument, Washington. 

U. S. A. 8303. (H 87532, Dec. 21, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1848 
8339. (H 87541, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 21, 1906.) 1849 

Western (A) robber holding up a train. 

no. 8009. ' (H 86832, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15,1906.) 1850 

When love is young. 8032. (H 86594, 

Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1851 
When the harvest days are over. 8069. 

(H 86623, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 

1906.) 1852 

Where fields are green and life is pure. 

8056. (H 86615, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 1853 

White House, Executive Offices and 

Treasury east from the Navy dept. 

Washington. U. S. A. 8279. (H 

87545, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906. ) 

1854 
White House, north front, Washington, 

U. S. A. 8274. (H 87525, Dec. 21, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1855 

White House, south front, Treasury, new 

P. O., Penna. ave. and the Capitol, s. e. 

from Navy department, Washington. 

U. S. A. 8278. (H 87527, Dec. 21, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 1856 

Whole (A) day's catch. We didn't fish 
quite all the time. 8038. (H 86599, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1857 



Kelley (E. W.) , Philadelphia. 

Pa. 

Why the butterdidn't come, no. 2. 8048. 

(H 86607, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 

1906.) 1858 

Wildey monument. Baltimore. U.S.A. 

8350. (H 87542, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 21, 1906.) 1859 

Will the butter ever come? no. 1. 8047. 

(H 86606, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 

1906.) 1860 

W ringer down George, quick! (2) no. 

8008. (H 86831, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 1861 

Wringer up George, quick ! (1) no. 

8007. (H 86830, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 1862 

Youthful Dutchmen — their costumes 

quaint but comfortable, Marken, near 

Amsterdam, Holland. 8361. (H 

88108, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 

1863 

Kennedy (Lewis S. ), Jack- 
son, Mich. 
Barrett (H. D.) (H 86430, Nov. 30, 
1906.) 1864 

no. 2. (H 86431, Nov. 30, 1906.) 

1865 
2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906. 

Kenyon (Henry), Nor- 
wich, Conn. 
Alert. (H 69990, Dec. 13, 1905.) 1866 
Captain's story. (H 69994, Dec. 13, 
1905.) 1867 

Chums. (H 69991, Dec. 13, 1905.) 1868 
In the vale of Shenandoah. (H 69993, 
Dec. 13, 1905.) 1869 

Where the tide ebbs and flows. (H 
69992, Dec. 13, 1905.) 1870 

2 c. each Dec. 7, 1906. 

Keyes (Geo. A. ), New 
Haven, Conn. 
Poling hav. (H 86218, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 

1871 
Poling hay from the salt marsh. (H 
86217, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 1872 

2 c. each Dec. 5, 1906. 

Keyser (Naaman H.), Ger- 
mantown, Phila., Pa. 
Germantown market place, now Market 
square. (H 68165, Nov. 1, 1905; 2 c. 
Oct. 21, 1905.) 1873 

King (James B.), Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 
Bear's skull rock, near Caliente, Nev. 
Salt Lake railway route. (5) (H 
87691, Dec. 24, 1906.) 1874 

Caliente valley, Southern Nevada, from 
Inspiration point. (H 87682, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 1875 



46 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



King (James B.), Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 

Carthage, Illinois, jail where Joseph and 
Hyrum Smith were murdered. (H 
87685, Dec. 24, 1906. ) 1876 

Courthouse, Carthage, Illinois, where 
mob was tried. (H 87692, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 1877 

First mormon temple at Kirtland, Ohio. 
(H 87695, Dec. 24, 1906.) 1878 

Found a man. (H 87680, Dec. 24, 1906. ) 

1879 

Grave of Emma Smith, Nauvoo, Illinois. 
(H 87686, Dec. 24, 1906.) 1880 

Home of apostle Lvman Wight, near Gal- 
latin, Mo. (H 87687, Dec. 24, 1906.) 

1881 

Home of Joseph Smith, the prophet's 
father, Palmyra, New York. (H 87690, 
Dec. 24, 1906. ) 1882 

Looking for a man. (H 87679, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 1883 

Nauvoo mormon temple, Nauvoo, Illinois. 
(H 87688, Dec. 24, 1906.) 1884 

President Brigham Young, the great 
pioneer and leader. (H 87697, Dec. 
24, 1906.) 1885 

Smith (Joseph), the mormon proohet. 
(H 87689, Dec. 24, 1906.) ^1886 

Snow (Lorenzo), fifth president of the 
mormon church. (H 87684, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 1887 

Stairway mob ascended when Joseph and 
Hyrum Smith were killed. (H 87696, 
Dec. 24, 1906.) 1888 

Sunset on the great Salt Lake, Saltair, 
Utah. (H 87681, Dec. 24, 1906.) 1889 

Taylor (John), third president of the 
mormon church. (H 87694, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 1890 

Upper window, Carthage, Illinois, jail 
from where Joseph Smith fell. (H 
87693, Dec. 24, 1906.) 1891 

Woodruff, fourth president of the mor- 
mon church. (H 87683, Dec. 24, 
1906. 
2 c. each, Dec. 24 ; 1906.) 1892 

Kirkland (W. Reid), Girard, 
r. Pa. 
At sundown. (H 85479, Nov. 19, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 1893 

Autumn sunset. (H 85989, Nov. 30, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906. ) 1894 

Birthplace of Denman Thompson. (H 

85462, Nov. 19, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 

1906.) 1895 

Denman Thompson's birthplace. (H 

85482, Nov. 19, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 

1906.) 1896 

Elk creek, valley. (H 85986, Nov. 21, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 1897 



Kirkland (W. Reid), Girard, 
Pa. 
Eventide. (H 85481, Nov. 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 30, 1906.) 1898 

Lake Erie. (H 85480, Nov. 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 30, 1906. ) 1899 

Meadow brook. ( H 85478, Nov. 19, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 1900 

Kiser photo, co., Portland, 
Oreg. 
Above the clouds. Red Mt. Canyon, 
no. 3017. (H 86089, Dec. 3, 1906. 

1901 

Austin pass, Mt. Baker region, no. 3045. 

(H 86098, Dec. 3, 1906. 1902 

Camp Sholes and Mt. Baker, no. 3087. 

(H 86110, Dec. 3, 1906. 1903 

Crevasse near summit of Mt. Baker, no. 

3155 (H 86117, Dec. 3, 1906. ) 1904 

Goat, Bear, and Winchester mountains. 

no. 3044. (H 86097, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

1905 
Immense ice bridge, Mazama glacier, 
no. 3156. (H 86118, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

1906 

Kiser party ascending snow slope, no. 

3154." (H 86116, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1907 

crossing crevasses, no. 3159. (H 

86120, Dec. 3, 1906. ) 1908 
near summit of Mt. Baker, no. 3158. 



1909 

no. 3151. (H 



1910 

no. 3152. 

1911 
no. 3012. 

1912 



(H 86119, Dec. 3, 1906 
preparing to tunnel. 

86113, Dec. 3, 1906. ) 
working out of crevasse 

(H 86114, Dec. 3, 1906. 
Largest crevasse, Mt. Baker. 

(H 86088, Dec. 3, 1906.) 
Looking down Red mountain canyon. 

no. 3031. (H 86094, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

1913 
Stehekin canyon, no. 3137. (H 

86111, Dec. 3,1906.) 1914 
Looking n. e. from base of Mt. Baker. 

no. 3010. (H 86087, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

1915 
Looking up Bridge creek, no. 3140. ( H 

86112, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1916 
Mazamas crossing mammoth crevasses. 

no. 3070. (H 86108, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

1917 
Mazamas crossing Mazama glacier, 

3068. (H 86106, Dec. 3, 1906.) 
Mazamas near base of Mt. Baker 

3069. (H 86107, Dec. 3, 1906.) 
Mazamas on Mazama glacier, no. 3067 

(H 86105, Dec. 3, 1906.) 
Mazamas; The line up of. no. 3174 

86123, Dec. 3, 1906.) 
Mt. Baker, no. 3026. (H 86092, Dec. 3, 

1906. ) 1922 
from Barometer mt. no. 3169. (H 

86122, Dec. 3, 1906. ) 1923 



no. 
1918 

no. 
1919 



1920 

(H 

1921 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



47 



Kiser photo. Co., Portland, 
Oreg. 
Mt. Baker from camp on ridge, no. 3186. 
(H 86124, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1924 

from near Twin Lakes, no. 3039. 

(H 86095, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1925 

from Shuksan ridge, no. 3001. (H 

86085, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1926 

Mt. Baker from Shuksan ridge, no. 3046. 

(H 86099, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1927 

no. 3048. (H 86100, Dec. 3, 1906.) I 

1928 

no. 3052. (H 86102, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

1929 

no. 3054. (H 86103, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

1930 

Mt. Shuksan from near Austin pass. no. 

3061. (H 86104, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1931 

from Shuksan ridge, no. 3050. ( H 

86101, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1932 

Eed mountain, Mt. Baker region, no. 

3041. (H 86096, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1933 

Scene on Mazama glacier, no. 3083. (H 

86109, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1934 

Southwest summit of Mt. Baker, no. 

3163. (H 86121, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1935 

Summit of Mt. Baker, no. 3027. (H 

86093, Dec. 3, 1906. ) 1936 

Sunset on Mt. Baker from Twin Lakes. 

no. 3019. (H 86090, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

1937 

Sunset, Twin Lakes, Mt. Baker region. 

no. 3007. (H 86086, Dec. 3, 1906. ) 1938 

Twin Lakes, Mt. Baker region, no. 3024. ' 

(H 86091, Dec. 3, 1906. ) 1939 

2 c. each Dec. 3, 1906. 

Kleppinger (Herbert J.) 
Catasauqua, Pa. 
Crane iron works, Catasauqua, Pa. from 
the west side. no. 54365. (H 86408, 
Dec. 11, 1906.) 1940 

Lehigh river Catasauqua, Pa., looking 
north, no. 54366. (H 86409, Dec. 11, 
1906.) 1941 

2 c. each Dec. 11, 1906. 

Knapp ( Frank W. ), Albany, 
N. Y. 
Basket of puppies. (H 85692, Nov. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 1942 

Kohlmer (Louis J. ), Boston, 
Mass. 
Lee (Gen. Robert E.) (H 86137, Dec. 3, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 1943 

Kraber (W. C), York, Pa. 
United States cannon, Salem Square park, 
York, Pa. (H 86044, Nov. 27, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 13, 1906. ) 1944 

Kurz & Stoner, Monroe, 
Mich. 
Mansion of the mayor of Muskrat town. 
(H 86827, Dec. 18, 1906.) 1945 

3595— pt 4, nos 1-5—07 4 



Kurz & Stoner, Monroe, 
Mich. 
Monarchs of the Monroe marshes. (H 
86757, Dec. 17,1906.) 1946 

2 c. each Dec. 22, 1906. ) 

Langill (Howard H.H.), 

Hanover, N. H. 

Rollins chapel. Dartmouth college. ( H 

86016, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 1947 

Tucker, W. J. (H 86017, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 

1948 
2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906. ) 

Lara way (Win. F.), Hood 
River, Oreg. 
Pair (A) of two-year olds. (H 85948, 
Nov. 28, 1906; 2c. Nov. 28, 1906. ) 1949 

Lawrence (C. E.), Lawrence, 

Mass 

First N. H. light artillery. (H 85676, 

Nov. 24, 1906. ) 1950 

Governor reviewing the brigade. (H 

85675, Nov. 24, 1906.) 1951 

Guard mounting. (H 85674, Nov. 24, 

1906.) 1952 

Infantry drill. ( H 85677, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 

1953 
N. H. cavalry. (H 85672, Nov. 24, 1906.) 

1954 
Tolles (Gen. J. E.) and staff. (H 85673, 
Nov. 24, 1906. ) 1955 

2 c. each Nov. 24, 1906. 

Lawrence (Geo. R. ), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Griffin wheel co. plant, Chicago. (H 
85626, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 

1956 
Lawrence (Geo. R. ) com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Arion musical club. (H 85721, Nov. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 1957 

Lawrence ( Geo. R. ) com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Eighth annual banquet of The automobile 
club of America. (H 86541, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 1958 

Testimonial dinner to Hon. Chas. E. 
Hughes, governor-elect of New York, 
by the Republican club. (H 85947, 
Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 

1959 
Lighty photo company, Wil- 
liamsport, Ind. 
Dan Patch's relatives. (H 87678, Dec. 
24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906.) 1960 

Lloyd (Alexander), jr., Am- 
sterdam, N. Y. 
Composition photographic group of Am- 
sterdam council Knights of Columbus, 
no. 209. (H 86762, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 17, 1906. ) 1961 



48 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



McBride (W. J.), Chicago, 
111. 
Apple girl. (H 87676, Dec. 24, 1906. ) 

1962 
Grape girl. (H 87677, Dec. 24, 1906.) 

1963 
2 c. each Dec. 24, 1906. 

McClintock (Walter), Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 
Blackfeet Indians, worshipping the sun. 

( H 86287, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 1964 

Chief's daughter. (H 86292, Dec. 8, 

1906.) 1965 

Indian trail among the cotton woods. ( H 

86289, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 1966 

Medicine man doctoring the sick. (H 

86291, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1967 

Return of the warriors. ( H 86290, Dec. 

8, 1906.) 1968 

Sentinel. (H 86288, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1969 
Twilight in the Blackfeet camp. (H 

86293, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1970 

2 c. each Dec. 8, 1906. 

McCormick (J. A.), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Deception pass, and steamer, State of 
Washington. (H 85724, Nov. 27, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 27, 1906. ) 1971 

McCulloch (Ben), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal 
Lakha, an east Indian study. ( H 85684, 
Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 

1972 
MacDonald (Pirie), New 
York, N. Y. 
Hopper (Col. R. H.) D. (H 86384, 
Dec. 8, 1906.) 1973 

E. (H 86385, Dec. 8, 1906.) 1974 

2 c. each Dec. 8, 1906. 

McGregor (A. G. ), Chicago, 
111. 
Morning breakers, Lake Michigan. (H 
68804, Nov. 17, 1905.) 1975 

Stiff (A) northeaster, Lake Michigan. 
(H 68805, Nov. 17, 1905.) 1976 

2 c. each Nov. 17, 1905. 

Mackav (Clarence H.), New 
* York, N. Y. 
Mackav (John William) statue, no. 1. 
(H 84606, Nov. 5, 1906; 1 c. Oct. 22, 
1906; 1 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 1977 

no. 2. (H 84607, Nov. 5, 1906; 1 c. 

Nov. 5, 1906; 1 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 1978 

McLaughlin (W. F.) & Co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Coffee chums. (H 86138, Dec. 4, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 4, 1906. ) 1979 



McManus (B. F.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Scott, Hugh L. Negative no. 13500. (H 
85723, Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 27, 
1906.) 1980 

Marceau (Theo. C). New 

York, N. Y. 

Black (Miss Adele) 1 & 2. (H 86398- 

86399, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 

1906.) 1981 

Ide (Miss Annie L. ) 11 bv 14. no. 9. 

(H. 85605, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 

1906. ) 1982 

Kelly ( Miss Jacqueline ) . ( H 86400, Dec. 

10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 1983 

Purdv (Lawson) One panel, no. 1. (H 

85710, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 

1906. ) 1984 

Sousa (Miss Helen) (H 86234, Dec. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 1985 

Tilford (Miss Elsie) (H 86232, Dec. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 1986 

Tilford (Miss Julia) (H 86233, Dec. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) • 1987 

Martin (Charles R.) Hanni- 
bal, Mo. 
Presbvterian church after sleet storm. 
(H "86242, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 
1906.) 1988 

Matteson (Sumner W. ) 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Monarch of Tower canon. CH 86462, 

Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906. ) 1989 

Yellowstone canon and falls. (H 87515, 

Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906. ) 1990 

Melies (Geo.), Paris, France. 
Witch. (H 86397, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 10, 1906.) 1991 

Menzel (Oswald P.) Grand 
Rapids, Wis. 
Round-up. (H 86488, Dec. 14, 1906; 2c. 
Dec. 14, 1906. ) 1992 

Miles Brothers, San Fracisco, 
Cal. 
O'Brien-Burns contest. (H 86763, Dec. 
17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 1993 

Mishkin (Herman), New 

York, N. Y. 

Arta (Regina) A. B. C. (H 86062- 

86064, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1994 
Head, full face. (H 86075, Dec. 3, 

1906.) 1995 
Head, hat on. (H 86076, Dec. 3, 

1906.) 1996 

Dalmores (Charles) As Don Jose in 

Carmen. A. B. C. D. E. (H 86067- 

86071, Dec. 3, 1906. ) 1997 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



49 



Misbkin (Herman), New 
York, N. Y. 
Donalda (Pauline) As Elsa in Lohen- 
grin. A. B. ( H 86065-86066, Dee. 3, 
1906.) 1998 

As Marguerite in Faust. A. B. C. D. 

(H 86081-86084, Dec. 3, 1906.) 1999 

As Zerlina. A. B. C. (H 86072- 

86074, Dec. 3, 1906.) 2000 

Pinkert (Regine) A. B. CD. (H 86077- 
86080, Dec. 3, 1906. ) 2001 

2 c. each Dec. 3, 1906. 

Mission art company, San 
Jose, Cat. 
Four in a row. (H 86490, Dec. 10, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 10, 1906. ) 2002 

Mitchell (W. V.), Quincv, 
Fla. 
Four sides of Quincy. (H 86051, Dec. 3, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 2003 

Tobacco (The) packing-house view of 
Quincv. (H 87304, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1906. ) 2004 

Mitchell (Walter E.), Seat- 
tle, Wash. 
Just one kiss (raccoon coiled around dog's 
neck) no. 3. (H 86850, Dec. 18, 
1906. ) 2005 

Lovers (dog and raccoon playing) no. 2. 
(H 86849, Dec. 18, 1906.)" 2006 

Lovers (dog sitting and raccoon stand- 
ing) no. 1. (H 86848, Dec. 18, 1906.) 

2007 

Waiting for dinner (dog and raccoon 

waiting bv pan) no. 4. (H 86851, 

Dec. 18, 1906.) 2008 

2 c. each Dec. 18, 1906. 

Moon (Karl E.), Albu- 
querque, N. Mex. 
Desert dawn. (H 86283, Dec. 8, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 8, 1906. ) 2009 

Morgan (John J.), Lake- 
wood, X, J. 
Noted court tennis players. Frank For- 
rester, Jay Gould and Ferdinand Gar- 
cin at Georgian court, Lake wood, X. J. 
(H 86413, Dec. 11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 
1906.) 2010 

Morris (T. A.), Sheridan, 

Wyo. 

Crow agencv exhibit. (H 86135, Dec. 3, 

1906.) 2011 

Crow indian camp. (H 86132, Dec. 3, 

1906.) 2012 

Crow indian girls. (H 86128, Dec. 3, 

1906.) 2013 

Crow indian maskers. (H 86131, Dec. 3, 

1906.) 2014 



Morris (T. A. I, Sheridan, 
Wyo. 
Indian grand stand. (H 86129, Dec. 3, 
1906. ) 2015 

Inside an indian tepee. (H 86136, Dec. 
3,1906.) 2016 

Spotted Elk. (Sioux) (H 86133, Dec. 
3, 1906.) 2017 

Start of indian relay race. (H 86130, 
Dec. 3, 1906.) 2018 

Two duskv maidens. (H S6134, Dec. 3, 
1906.) ' 2019 

2 c. each Dec. 3, 1906. 

Morsell (William F. G), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mirror-image mathematical cabinet, (H 
S5580, Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 14, 1906. ) 

2020 
Molt (Mariet Morgan), Ana- 
mosa, Iowa. 
Anamosa. (H 86432, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 30, 1906.) 2021 

Muller (Enrique). Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Connecticut (U. S. S.) 26. (H 86229, 
Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 2022 
Louisiana (U. S. S. ) side view. 24. (H 
86227, Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 

2023 

U. S. S. Ohio with home pennant riving. 

28. (H 86231, Dec. 6, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 

10, 1906.) 2024 

Nightingale (C. T. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Cold Air cave. Minsi Mountain Park, 
Delaware Water Gap, Pa. (H 86046, 
Dec. 1, 1906.) 2025 

Grotto Minsi Mountain Park, Delaware 
Water Gap. Pa. (H 86047, Dec. 1, 
1906. ) 2026 

2 c. each Dec. 1, 1906. 

No well (Frank H.), Nome, 

Eskimo heads. 4245. (H 65985, Sept, 

23, 1905. ) 2027 
Hard-at-it. 4204. (H 65984, Sept. 23, 

1905. ) 2028 

lden-zeller (Herr Oscar) globe-trotter. 

The first white man to cross the 

Tschaun mts. on foot, Nome, Alaska, 

Sept. 6, 1905. no. 4344. (H 71768, 

Sept. 23, 1905. ) 2029 

Nome is our home. 4273. (H 65963, 

Sept. 23, 1905.) 2030 

2 c. each Sept. 23, 1905. 

Olsson (F. A.), Cambridge, 
Mass. 
Hemenway gymnasium & surroundings, 
Harvard university. ( H 85634, Nov. 

24, 1906.) 2031 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Olsson (F. A.), Cambridge, 
Mass. 
West gate & surroundings, Harvard uni- 
versity. (H 85635, Nov. 24, 1906.) 

2032 
West side Harvard yard. ( H 85633, Nov. 
24, 1906.) 2033 

2 c. each Nov. 24, 1906. 

Osborne (The) company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Merry Christmas. (H 86226, Dec. 6, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1906.) 2034 

Pagett (L. W.), Chicago, 111. 
Old bridge. ( H 85682, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 26, 1906. ) 2035 

Paine (George H.), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Choir (The) boy. (H 85951, Nov. 28, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 2036 

Parker (Edward J.), Mount 
Vernon, N. Y. 
Remembered. (H 85581, Nov. 22, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 2037 

Parkinson art co., Brook- 

lvn, N. Y. 

Checkmated. (H 87551, Dec. 22, 1906.) 

2038 
Happv thought. (H 87552, Dec. 22, 
1906.) 2039 

2 c. each Dec. 22, 1906. 

Peck (Orson W.), Traverse 

City, Mich. 

Front st. looking west. (H 86403, Dec. 

10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 2040 

Sixth st. (H 86467, Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 13, 1906. ) 2041 

Sunset from Peninsula shore. (H 86404, 

Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 2042 

Traverse bav near Marion island. (H 

86469, Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906. ) 

2043 

Traverse City looking N. & E. ( H 86468, 

' Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 2044 

Wequetong club. (H 86402, Dec. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906. ) 2045 

Penfield ( N. W T . ) , Ne w York, 
N. Y. 

At the Army and Navy football game, 
no. E 524 — Gen. Horace Porter in 
center, Miss Ethel Roosevelt on his 
left, Miss Catherine Hall of Washington 
on his right. (H 86427, Dec. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 1906. ) 2046 

no. E 525 — from left to right. Miss 

Catherine Hall of Washington, Gen. 
Horace Porter and Miss Ethel Roose- 
velt. (H 86425, Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
5, 1906.) 2047 

no. E 529— The Navy mascot. (H 

86426, Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1906.) 

2048 



Penfield (N. W. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
New York at night from the American 
tract building, no. 2. (H 86847, Dec. 
18, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 2049 

from the Brooklyn bridge, no. 1. 

(H 86846, Dec. 18, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1906. ) 2050 

Pettit (C. C), Corning, Cal. 
Mavwood poppies, Cal. (H 87488, Dec. 
2*1, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 2051 

Photograph company of 
America, Chicago, 111. 
Beauty unmasked. (H 86826, Dec. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 2052 

Phreaner ( B. W. T. ), Hagers- 
town, Md. 
Cascade in the Blue mountains. (H 
86861, Dec. 18, 1906. ) 2053 

Turnpike (A) schooner. (H 86860, Dec. 
18, 1906.) 2054 

2 c. each Dec. 18, 1906. 

Plaisted (Edgell R.), Mont- 
pelier, Vt, 
Storm clouds and steam. ( H 85685, Nov. 
26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 2055 

Post exchange, Fort Leaven- 
worth, Kans. 
Infantrv guard mount. 1, 2, 3. (H 
86507-86509, Dec. 15,1906.) 2056 

18th infantry parade. (H 86510, Dec. 15, 
1906. ) 2057 

2 c. each Dec. 15, 1906. 

Price (J.), Dover, N. J. 
Academy st., Dover, N. J. (H 86276, 
Dec. 7, 1906.) 2058 

East Dover. (H 86277, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2059 
South side school, Dover, N. J. (H 
86275, Dec. 7, 1906.) 2060 

2 c. each Dec. 7, 1906. 

Price (Robert C. ), Agricul- 
tural College, N. Mex. 
Des-chi-ne, the Navajo medicine man. 

(H 86326, Dec. 8, 1906.) 2061 

Enchanted mesa, (H 86320. Dec. 8, 

1906. ) 2062 

Indian church at Laguna. (H 86322, 

Dec. 8, 1906. ) 2063 

Kiva of the Santo Domingo Indians. (H 

86325, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 2064 

Navajo woman and papoose. (H 86327, 

Dec. 8, 1906. ) 2065 

Old Ysleta squaw. (H 86324, Dec. 8, 

1906. ) 2066 

Pueblo of Zuni. (H 86319, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 

2067 
Street scene in Laguna. (H 86321, Dec. 

8, 1906. ) 2068 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



51 



Price (Robert C. ), Agricul- 
tural College, N. Mex. 
Zuni corn grinders. (H 86323, Dec. 8, 
1906. ) 2069 

2 c. each Dec. 8, 1906. 

Radway (G. Frank), Utica, 
N. Y. 
McKinley monument, Buffalo, N. Y. 
(H 86240, Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 15, 
1906 ) 2070 

Rau (William H.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Allegrippus valley, Pennsylvania rail- 
road, no. 1043." (H 85997, Nov. 30, 
1906.) 2071 

Granville bridge, Penna. railroad. 
16 x 45 no. 1045. (H 85999, Nov. 
30, 1906. ) 2072 

Horseshoe curve, Penna. railroad. 
16 x 45. no. 1046. (H 86000, Nov. 
30,1906.) 2073 

16x60, no. 1038. (H 85992, Nov. 

30, 1906.) 2074 

Little Juniata near Mt. Etna. Penna. 
railroad. 16x45. no. 1047. (H 86001, 
Nov. 30, 1906. ) 2075 

Logan valley, Allegheny mts., Penna. 
railroad. 16x60. no. 1039. (H 85993, 
Nov. 30, 1906.) 2076 

Muleshoe curve, Pennsylvania railroad. 
16 x 45. no. 1041. (H 85995, Nov. 30, 



1906.) 

— 16x45. 
30, 1906.) 

— 16x60. 
30, 1906.) 



no. 1042. 



no. 1040. 



2077 

( H 85996, Nov. 
2078 

(H 85994, Nov. 
2079 



no. 1044 



Rocky Point, Juniata river, Penna. rail- 

(H 85998, 

2080 

Rockville, 

no. 1048. 

2081 

(H 85991, Nov. 

2082 



roacl. 16x45. 

Nov. 30, 1906. ) 
Susquehanna river above 

Penna. railroad. 16 x 45 

(H 86002, Nov. 30, 1906.) 
16x60. no. 1037. 

30, 1906. ) 



2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906. 

Ray burn (T. P>. ), Little Rock, 
Ark. 
Listen! Santa Glaus! (H 85623, Nov. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906.) 2083 

Richards (Lee Greene), Salt 

Lake City, Utah. 

Portrait of Hyrum Smith. (H 86760, 

Dec. 17, 1906.) 2084 

Portrait of Joseph Smith. (H 86759, 

Dec. 17, 1906.) 2085 

Smith (Lucy) (H 86761, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

2086 
2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 



Rieck (E. W. ), Albany, N. Y. 
Buck in woods of Hamilton co. N. Y. 
(H 85690, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1906.) 2087 

Romans photographic com- 
pany, Seattle, Wash. 
Glacier peak. nos. 7725-7734. (H 87263- 
87272, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 2088 

Chelan series, nos. 7735-7759. ( H 87273- 
87297, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 2089 

2 c. each Dec. 19, 1906. 

Rotograph company. New 
York, N. Y. 
Christmas. B 1574. (H 85645, Nov. 
24, 1906.) 2090 

I wish you a merry Christmas. B 1828. 
(H 85638, Nov. 24, 1906.) 2091 

(H 85650, Nov. 
2092 



Merry X'mas. B 1575. 
24, 1906.) 

B 1576. 



(H 8564; 



Novel Santy. B 1830. 
24, 1906.)' 

Santy' s assistant. B 1829. 
Nov. 24, 1906. ) 



Nov. 24, 1906. ) 
2093 

(H 85642, Nov. 
2094 



(H 85639, 
2095 



Shall call shortly:— Santv. B 1824. (H 

85637, Nov. 24, 1906. ) " 2096 

With the season's greetings. B 1569. ( H 

85648, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 2097 

B 1570. (H 85649, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 

2098 

B 1571 . ( H 85644, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 

2099 

B 1572. (H 85646, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 

2100 

B 1573. (H 85617, Nov. 24, 1906.) 

2101 

X'mas dreams. B 1826. ( H 85640, Nov. 

24,1906.) 2102 

X'mas expectations. B 1825. (H 85636, 

Nov. 24, 1906.) 2103 

X'mas morning. B 1827, (H 85641, 

Nov. 24, 1906.) 2104 

2 c. each Nov. 24, 1906. 

Salem Baptist church, New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 
Auditorium, Salem Baptist church, New 
Rochelle, N. Y. (H 68345, Nov. 7, 
1905.) 2105 

Pulpit & choir, Salem Baptist church, 
New Rochelle, N. Y. (H 68344, Nov. 
7, 1905.) 2106 

Salem Baptist church & parsonage, New 
Rochelle, N. Y. (H 68343, Nov. 7, 
1905.) 2107 

Salem Baptist church, New Rochelle, 
N. Y. (H 68342, Nov. 7, 1905.) 

2 c. each Nov. 7, 1905. 2108 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Sawyer (Charles H.), Farm- 
ington, Me. 
Farmington high school. ( H 85219, Nov. 
14, 1906.) 2109 

February (A) morning. (H 85218, Nov. 
Nov. 14, 1906. ) 2110 

Harvest time. (H 85217, Nov. 14, 1906. ) 

2111 

Surf. (H 85222, Nov. 14, 1906.) 2112 

Thro' the sylvan solitude, no. 2. (H 

85220, Nov. 14, 1906.) . 2113 

Thro' the woods. (H 85221, Nov. 14, 

1906. 2114 

2 c. each Dec. 5, 1906. 

Sch Weinberger (Simeon), St. 
Michaels, Ariz. 
Ah Daid. (H 86260, Dec. 7, 1906.; 2115 
Asdsani. (H 86269, Dec. 7, 1906.) 2116 
Chester. (H 86254, Dec. 7, 1906.) 2117 
Cochiti ladv. (H 86261, Dec. 7, 1906. ) 

2118 
Dine Clezhini. (H 86268, Dec. 7, 1906. ) 

2119 
Dine Sani. (H 86264, Dec. 7, 1906. ) 

2120 

Dipping the sheep. (H 86272, Dec. 7, 

1906.) 2121 

Election in Arizona. (H 86257, Dec. 7, 

1906.) 2122 

Medicine lodge. (H 86267, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2123 
Mounted on black horses. (Ff 86265, 
Dec. 7, 1906.) 2124 

Navajo babv. (H 86259, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2125 
Navajo cradle. (H 86258, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2126 
Navajo scouts. (H 86253, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2127 

Ready for the dip. (H 86271, Dec. 7, 

1906.) 2128 

Rear view of medicine lodge. (H 86266, 

Dec. 7, 1906.) 2129 

Sheep dipped. (H 86273, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2130 
Sheep dipping brigade. (H 86274, Dec. 
7, 1906.) 2131 

Shi Tcho. (H 86255, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2132 
Sho Ma Sani. (H 86256, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2133 

Shumopovi prisoners. ( H 86250, Dec. 7, 

1906.) 2134 

2nd view. (H 86251, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2135 
3rd view. (H 86252, Dec. 7, 1906. ) 

2136 
Tahpaha. ( H 86270, Dec. 7, 1906. ) 2137 
Tsegi. (H 86263, Dec. 7, 1906.) 2138 
Washi. (H 86262, Dec. 7, 1906.) 2139 



Schwemberger (Simeon), St 

Michaels, Ariz. 

Watering place. ( H 86249, Dec. 7, 1906. ) 

2140 
2 c. each Dec. 8, 1906. 

Serrell (William T.), Bay- 
onne, N. J. 
R. W. & O. terminus, Clayton, N. Y. (H 
86048, Dec. 1, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 1, 1906.) 

2141 
Shaw (W. ), Corvallis, Oreg. 
Beautiful Willamette. ( H 87517, Dec. 21, 
1906.) 2142 

China chick and hinged shell. (H 87516, 
Dec. 21, 1906.) 2143 

2 c. each Dec. 21, 1906. 

Shaw (W. T.), Corvallis, 
Oreg. 
China pheasant. (H 85617, Nov. 23, 
1906.) 2144 

China pheasant and Oregon grape. (H 
85618, Nov. 23, 1906. ) 2145 

Sooty grouse. (H 85619, Nov. 23, 1906. ) 
2 c. each Nov. 23, 1906. 2146 

Small ( F. C. ) , Buzzards Bay, 
Mass. 
Gray Gables. Summer home of ex-presi- 
dent Cleveland. Buzzards Bay, Mass. 
(H 86012, Nov. 30, 1906.) 2147 

Surf at Highland Light. Cape Cod, Mass. 
(H 86013, Nov. 30, 1906.) 
2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906. 2148 

Smith (Albert), Manches- 
ter, Vt. 
Loveland Munson. (H 86285, Dec. 8, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 2149 

Smith (Geo. Drurv), Akron, 

Ohio. 

Common ovster. Pleurotus ostreatus. 

( H 86484, Dec. 13, 1906. ) 2150 

Coral hydnum mushroom. Hydnum 

coralloides. (H 86485, Dec. 13, 1906.) 

2 c. each Dec. 14, 1906. 2151 

Smith (Ff. F. ), Syracuse, 
N. Y. 
Syracuse university campus. (H 87548, 
Dec. 22, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 22, 1906.) 

2152 
Squires ( C. F. ) , Lawrence, 
Kans. 
Donald (Capt.) (H 86464, Dec. 13, 1906. ) 

2153 
Haskell team. (H 86465, Dec. 13, 1906. ) 

2154 
Kansas K. TL '06, '07. (H 86466, Dec. 
13, 1906.) 2155 

2 c. each Dec. 13, 1906. 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



53 



Standard scenic company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Alone, at last, alone! Hero in love and 
war. (12) 1663. (H 87995, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2156 

Along cocoanut avenue, Palm Beach, 
Florida, 1587. (H 87075, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 2157 

American falls, prospect park and new 
arch bridge from Luna Island, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1590. (H 87001, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 2158 

American volunteers leaving San Fran- 
cisco for Manila, Philippines. 2901. 
(H 87079, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2159 

A neon hospital from Trivoli hotel, Isth- 
mus of Panama 3101. (H 88019, Dec. 
26, 1906.) 2160 

And its duties (b) 1695. (H 88086, Dec. 
26, 1906.) 2161 

And their thoughts are on each other as 
you can plainlv see (b) 3201. (H 
88092, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2162 

At headquarters after the hunt, 1713. 
(H 87034, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2163 

Au revoir, monsieur, (11) 1637. (H 
87027, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2164 

Avenue de 1' Opera, Paris, France. 1810. 
(H 87037, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2165 

Avenue of statesmen, Westminster Ab- 
be v, London, England, 115. (H 86958, 
Dec. 19,1906.) 2166 

Awaiting Russian pilgrims, outside Jeru- 
salem, Palestine, 1228. (H 86982, Dec. 
19,1906.) 2167 

Bachelor's (The) revenge. (b)1689. (H 
88077, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2168 

Baptizing in the sacred Jordan. Palestine, 
1231. (H 86985, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2169 

Bazaar (The) of Bethlehem, Palestine, 
1229. (H 86983, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2170 

Be quick, George, my wife's back sooner 
than I expected and she must n't know 
of this, (7) 1633. (H 87023, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 2171 

Beautiful (The) corridor of the Campo 
Santo, Genoa, Italy, 421. (H 87066, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2172 

Beautiful (A) scene on the river Thames, 
Henlev, London, England, 123. (H 
86966, 'Dec. 19, 1906.) 2173 

Beautiful Vallev of Lauterbrunnen, from 
Wengen, Switzerland, 2015. (H 87051, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2174 

Bedroom of the Duke of York, palace of 
the prince, Monaco. 1818. ( H 87045, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2175 

Birdseve view of Union Stock yards, 
Chicago, 111., U. S. A. 2916. (H 87060, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2176 



Standard scenic company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Bowling Green and Broadway, showing- 
sub wav entrance, New York, N. Y. 
2932. "(H 88017, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2177 

Bridget: A mouse! a mouse! (c) 1687. 
(H 88075, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2178 

Bridget: Indade, mem, an' I'll not take 
off another stitch if I have to lose me 
place, (b) 1686. (H 88074, Dec. 26, 
1906.) • 2179 

Bridget, vou may serve the tomatoes 
undressed, (a)" 1635. (H 88073, Dec. 
26, 1906.) 2180 

Bryan among old friends once more, 
showing Governor Folk of Missouri 
and some of the Nebraska delegation 
who came to New York to welcome 
him, 2926. (H 88010, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

2181 

But as usual true love in its course with 
Si did not run smooth . ( d ) 3203. ( H 
88094, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2182 

But lost his false teeth in the dish. (5) 
3210. (H 88102, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2183 

But now it's all off with me. (4) 1676. 
(H 88064, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2184 

Cacao pods on tree, Isthmus of Panama, 
3103. (H 88021, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2185 

Chinese mint and arsenal, from South 
Wall, Nanking, China. 2413. (H 
88008, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2186 

Chip (A) of the old block, 1668. (H 
88052, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2187 

Clothed in nature's icv garment, Niagara 
falls, N. Y., 1596. "(H 87010, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 2188 

Cocoanuts in different stages of growth, 
Tampa, Florida. 1582. (H 87073, Dec. 
19,1906.) . 2189 

Cologne cathedral, the finest gothic edi- 
fice in the world, Cologne, German v. 
1922. (H 88006, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2190 
j Come on boys we've got him — the lord 
of the forest slain. 1714. (H 87035, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2191 

| Cookies (The) done, young Silas thought 
he'd make a closer move, (c) 3202. 
(H 88093, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2192 

i Coronation (The) militarv review, Lon- 
don, England, 119. (H 86962, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 2193 

Deck view of United States battleship, 
Indiana, showing big guns. 2906. ( H 
87082, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 2194 

Dining room, hotel Bear, Grindewald, 
Switzerland. 2019. (H 87055, Dec. 
19,1906.) 2195 

Dining room of the Riviera Palace hotel, 
Nice, France. 1817. (H 87044, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 2196 



54 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Standard scenic company, 

Meadville, Pa. 

Doll's (The) prayer. 1431. (H 86990, 

Dec. 19, 1906.) 2197 

Don't be long; that little supper will be 



(4) 1630. 



(H 87020, 
2198 



1438. 



1658. 



(H 
2199 

(H 
2200 



ready soon 

Dec. 19, 1906. 
Drawing papa's picture. 

88034, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 
Dressing the brijde. (7) 

87990, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

Electrical illumination of cascades and 
festival hall, Louisiana purchase expo- 
sition, St. Louis, Mo. 2913. (H 
87087, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 2201 

Festival hall and the cascade, Louisiana 
purchase exposition, St. Louis, Mo. i 

2920. (H 87061, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2202 

For goodness sake, Mary! give us rest. I 
1690. (H 88078, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2203 

Four queens and a jack. 1664. (H 88011, I 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2204 

Fraternal order of eagles marching up ad- 
ministration wav, Louisiana purchase 
exposition, St. Louis, Mo. 2922. (H ! 
87063, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2205 

French (The) corset. 1624. (H 87014, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2206 

Gallery d' Apollon, palace of the Louvre, 
Paris, France. 1814. (H 87041, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 2207 

Gallery of statues, palace of the Vatican, 
Rome, Italy. 422. (H 86968, Dec. 19, 
1906. ) 2208 

General post-office. 2931. (H 88009, 
Dec. 26, 1906.) 2209 

General (A) view of the ruined citv of I 
Galveston.. Texas. 1577. (H 86997, I 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2210 ; 

Give babv her bottle at six o'clock. 1677. I 
(H 88065, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2211 

Glorious Niagara gleaming in crystal j 
splendor, Niagara falls, N. Y. 1595. \ 
(H 87009, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2212 

Good-bye, darling, come back early, it j 
will be a long evening without my own j 
little wife. (1) 1627. (H 87017, Dec. j 
19, 1906.) 2213 

Grand basin from Art hill, Louisiana ; 
purchase exposition, St. Louis, Mo. I 

2921. (H 87062, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2214 

Grand salon of the Excelsior Regina 
hotal, Nice, France. 1811. (H 87038, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2215 

Greenwood cemetery, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
1586. (H 87074, Dec. 19, 3906.) 2216 

Guide and climbers on their way to the 
summit of Mt. Rainier, Wash. 2929. 
(H 88015, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2217 



Standard scenic company, 

Meadville, Pa. 

Ha, ha, guess he'll remember that for a 

while. (5) 1647. (H 88042, Dec. 26, 

1906.) 2218 

Hammersmith bridge, London, England. 

113. (H 86956, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2219 
Happv hours on the beach, Atlantic city, 

N. J. 1583. (H 87000, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

2220 
Harold signs the pledge not to drink 

another drop. (6) 1648. (H 88043, 

Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2221 

He,— alright, I'll soon fix it. (b) 1697. 

(H 88088, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2222 

He needs a lesson and I have a scheme. 
(2) 1644. (H 88039, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

2223 

He rules the roost. 1692. (H 88080, 

Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2224 

Help! Murder!! Burglars!!! (3) (H 

88040, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2225 

Here, it is three o'clock and Harold not 

(1) 1643. 



home yet, 

28, 1906.) 
His country's call 

to the front. 

Dec. 26, 1906.) 
His move next. 

19, 1906.) 
Home, sweet home 

Dec. 26, 1906. ) 



( H 88038, Dec. 

2226 

-the lieutenant ordered 

(3) 1654. (H 88055, 

2227 

1625. ( H 87015, Dec. 

2228 

(a) 1694. (H 88085, 

2229 



Horseshoe falls from Goat Island, Niag- 
ara falls, N. Y. 1592. (H 87006, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 2230 

House (The) of Lords, London, England* 
122. (H 86965, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2231 

House of Simon the tanner, Jaffa, Pales- 
tine. 1232. (H 86986, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

2232 

Hunting prairie "chickens in the West. 
1711. (H 87077, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2233 

I caught sister this time. 1699. (H 

88090, Dec. 26, 1906) 2234 

If dada could onlv see me now ! 1440. 

(H 88082, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2235 

If the apple had missed, I might then 

have kissed. (3) 1675. (H 88063, 

Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2236 

I'm so glad you're back, dear; I've been 

counting the minutes until vour return. 

(8) 1634. (H 87024, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

2237 
In luck again — she hasn't discovered 

me. (1) 1671. (H 88059, Dec. 26, 

1906. ) 2238 

In the city market, Bingen, Germany. 

1919. (H 88003, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

2239 
In the happv winter time. 1439. (H 

88081, Dec.^ 26, 1906.) 2240 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



55 



Standard scenic company, 

Meadville, Pa. 

In the market place, Nice, France. 

1812. (H 87039, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2241 
In the morning Ruben went to wash. 

(4) 3209. (H 88101, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

2242 

Interior basilica of St. Pauls, Rome, 

Italy. 420. (H 86967, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

2243 

Interior of the finest flower shop in Paris 

on the boulevard de Capucine, France, 

1813. (H 87040, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2244 
Interior of the great Forth bridge, Scot- 
land. 210. (H 87065, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

2245 

Interior of the greenhouse, Kew Gardens, 

London, England. 117. (H 86960, 

Dec. 19, 1906.) 2246 

I've taught that fellow a lesson — he won't 

come here again, (d) 1682. (H 88069, 

Dec. 26, 1906.) 2547 

Japanese soldiers at physical culture drill, 

Tokio, Japan. 533. (H 87067, Dec. 19, 

1906.) 2248 

Japanese soldiers carrying wounded com- 
rade from the field. Manchuria. 540. 
(H 86972, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2249 

Japanese soldiers on the firing line, Man- 
churia. 534. ( H 87068, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

2250 

Japanese soldiers stacking arms behind 
the lines, Manchuria. 541. (H 86973, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2251 

John, get up, I'm sure I hear burglars! 
(a) 1679. (H 88066, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

2252 

Kaiser Wilhelm kirche (memorial 
church), Augusta Victoria Platz, Ber- 
lin, Germanv. 1913. (H 87997, Dec. 
26, 1906. ) 2253 

Keep him covered, Mabelle, while I call 
the police, (c) 1681. (H 88068, Dec. 
26, 1906.) 2254 

Last in bed blows out tbe light. 1691. 
(H 88079, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2255 

Lieutenant's (The) departure — good- 
bye, dear, and may heaven spare you 
to return. (5) 1656. (H 88057, Dec. 
26, 1906. 2256 

Like grandpa does. 1433. (H 86992, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2257 

Little (The) plavmates. 1430. (H 86989, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2258 

Little (The) village of Brienz, from the 
terrace of the old church, Switzerland. 
2018. (H 87054, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2259 

Long enough and wide enough, but not 
strong enough. (H 88070, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2260 



Standard scenic company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Looking down at Louisiana purchase 
monument and palace of varied indus- 
tries, Louisiana purchase exposition, 
St. Louis, Mo. 2915. (H 87058, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 2261 

Looking toward the strand from Trafal- 
gar square, London, England. 114. 
(H 86957, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2262 

Looking up broadway frbrn city hall 
park, New York, N. Y. 1585. (H 
87002, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2263 

Majestic (The) Horseshoe Falls, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1591. (H 87005, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 2264 

Making love to my own sweet Marie. 
(2) 1674. (H 88062, Dec. 26,1906.) 

2265 

Male robber makes a rich strike. 1667. 
(H 88050, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2266 

Maria, — Ruben, I told you so; ye' re as 
easv as the old speckled hen. (8) 3213. 
(Ef 88031, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2267 

Marie, jest look, here's a gold brick 
worth a thousand dollars, and I got it 
for three hundred. (6) 3211. (H 
88103, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2268 

Market (A) scene in the oldest city of 
the world — Damascus, Svria. 1226. 
(H 86980, Dec. 19, 1906.) " 2269 

Meeting of the board of education. 1639. 
( H 87029, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 2270 

Mikado's (The) soldiers behind entrench- 
ments, Manchuria. 542. (H 86974, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2271 

Minnesota veterans and their big flag in 
the grand parade of the G. A. R., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 2923. (H 88023, Dec. 
26, 1906.) 2272 

Morning (The) of the hunt. 1712. (H 
87033, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2273 

Mountain climbers passing between two 
crevasses on Stevens glacier — Mt. Rai- 
nier in the distance, Wash. 2928. (H 
88014, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2274 

Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings Brvan. 
2912. (H 87086, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2275 

Mr. and Mrs. William McKinley. 2911. 
(H 87085, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2276 

Mrs. Jones' revenge. (b) 1684. (H 
88072, Dec. '26, 1906.) 2277 

Multnomah falls, Columbia river, Oregon. 
1589. (H 87003, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2278 

Near view of the great pyramid of Cheops, 
Gizeh, Egypt. 711. (H 86976, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 2279 

New (The^ Dom cathedral, Berlin, Ger- 
many. 1915. (H 87999, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

2280 



56 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



Standard scenic company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

New (The) museum at Berlin, Germany. 
1914. (H 87998, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2281 

New- York harbor and Liberty statue, 
N. Y. 1584. (H 87001, Dec. 19. 1906. ) 

2282 

Niagara rapids above the falls, Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1593. (H 87007, Dec. 19, 
1906. ) 2283 

Night-blooming (The) Cereus. 2924. 
(H 87989, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2284 

No more wine suppers for Hubby (12) 
1638. (H 87028, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2285 

Norman (The) gateway, Windsor castle, 
England. 116. (H 86959, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 2286 

Obliging (The) Sambo. Yes, sah, just be 
seated, (a) 1640. (H 87030, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 2287 

On the beach, Atlantic City, N. J. 1597. 
(H 87011, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2288 

On the drill grounds at camp Chica- 
maugua. 2934. (H 88048, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2289 

One of the delightful walks in beautiful 
Lubeck, Germany. 1921. (H 88005, 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2290 

One wav of getting out of bed. 1620. (H 
87013", Dec. 19, 1906. ) 2291 

Ouc? wow ! ! ! But— blast the luck — I've 
discovered a tack ! (2)*1672. (H 88060, 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2292 

Our martyred president, William Mc- 
Kinley. 1575. (H 87071, Dec. 19, 
1906. ) 2293 

Packing pineapples for the Northern 
market, Jensen, Florida. 1580. (H 
Dec. 19, 1906. ) 2294 



Pagoda at Loong Hwo? near Shanghai, 
China. 2415. (H 88013, Dec. 26, 
1906. ) 2295 

Partiality. 3205. (H 88096 Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2296 

Physical culture drill at Camp. Tampa, 
Florida. 1588. (H 87076, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 2297 

Picture (A) no artist can paint. 1441. 
(H 88083, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2298 

Playing rain storm. 1435. (H 86994, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2299 

Pleasant ( A ) afternoon in camp. Tampa, 
Florida. 2935. (H 88049, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2300 

#Pool of Hebron, Palestine. 1227. (H 
86981, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2301 

Present arms: military review, Japan. 
537. (H 87070, Dec. 19, 1996.) 2302 



Standard scenic company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

President Roosevelt addressing the citi- 
zens of Noblesville on his western tour, 
Indiana. 2908. (H 87057 Dec. 19, 
1906.) 2303 

delivering an address in the rain at 

the dedication of the capitol of Harris- 
burg, Pa. 2936. (H 88051, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2304 

delivering his inaugural address, 

March 4, 1905, Washington, D. C. 
2910* (H 87084, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2305 

Pretty (A) reflection. 1432. (H 86991, 
Dec. 19, 1906. ) 2306 

Promenade of great Brooklyn bridge, 
New- York. 1578. (H 87072, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 2307 . 

Quarter deck of United States battleship 
Iowa. 2907. (H 87083, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

2308 

Reading room of the Excelsior Regina 
hotel, Nice, France. 1815. (H 87042, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2309 

Receiving the lieutenant and guests at f 
home (1) 1652. (H 88053, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2310 

Returning from the Cave of the winds, j 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 1594. (H 87008, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2311 

Review of Colonial troops on horse 
guards' parade by Queen Victoria and 
the Prince of Wales, London, England. 
121. (H 86964, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2312 

Review of Japanese artillery on emperor's 
birthday, Tokio, Japan. 536. (H 
87069, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2313 

Review of the Indian troops by Queen 
Victoria and the Prince of Wales, horse 
guard's parade, London, England. 118. 
(H 86961, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2314 

River Rhine and its terraced slopes of 
fertile vineyards, Germany, 1918. (H 
88002, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2315 

River Rhine, German v, 1916. (H 88000, 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2316 

Round tower of Ehrensfels on the Rhine, 
Germany, 1917. H 88001, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2317 

Ruben, — confound the gee firen old thing! 
(2) 3207. (H 88099, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

2318 

don't be too sartin now, Marie, I 

know gold when I see it. (7) 3212. 
(H 88030, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2319 

Marie, I am goin' to the woods an' 

stav there! 3214. (H 88032, Dec. 26, 
1906. ) 2320 

press a leetle harder, Marier, I kin 

hear it comin'! By Gosh! this beats 
the old pump at home all holler. (1) 
3206. (H 88098, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2321 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



57 



Standard scenic company, 
Meadville, Pa. 
Ruins of the temple, Sphinx and pyramid 
of Khufu, Egypt, 712. (H 8697*7, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 2322 

Salle de jeu, Casino, Monte Carlo, Mona- 
co, 1819. (H 87046, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

2323 

Sambo and the mad dog (b). 1641. (H 
87031, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2324 

Saving the colors — our flag triumphant 
and the lieutenant the hero (6). 1657. 
(H 88058, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2325 

She, — Henry! Henry!! don't swear like 
that! (c). 1698. "(H 88089, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2326 

She, — this is the piece that goes up first, 
(a) 1696. (H 88087, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

2327 

Shparr me 'count m' wife! Never drink 
'nother dropth'! (4) 1646. (H 88041, 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2328 

Silas Simpkins came to woo young Stella 
Clover Lea (a). 3200. (H 88091, Dec. 
26, 1906.) 2329 

Soft eyes looked love to eyes that spake 
again (5). 1631. (H 87021, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 2330 

Soup kettles captured from the Russians 
at the battle of Liao-vang, Manchuria, 
535. (H 86969, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2331 

Statue of king Frederick III, on the lust- 
garten front of old museum, Berlin, 
Germany. 1912 (H 87996, Dec. 26, 
1906.) " 2332 

Ste. Marie — Majeure cathedral, Mar- 
seilles, France. 1816. (H 87043, Dec. 
19,1906.) 2333 

Steam shovel at work digging the canal, 
Isthmus of Panama. 3100. (H 88018, 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2334 

Storv (A) without words. 3204. (H 
88095, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2335 

Street (A) in Nanking, with approaching 
funeral, China. 24l4. (H 88007, Dec. 
26, 1906. ) 2336 

Tea (The) partv. 1443. (H 88097, Dec. 
26, 1906. ) 2337 

Ten acres of calla lillies, Los Angeles, 
California. 1581. (H 86999, Dec. 19, I 
1906.) 2338 

Then Ruben and Maria slept unafraid, 
and dreamed of heaven and home- 
made bread. (3) 3208. (H 88100, 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2339 

There's many a slip twixt the coon and 
the tip— Sambo! (c) 1642. (H 87032, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2340 



Standard scenic company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Third regiment of volunteer engineers 
leaving St. Louis for Porto Rico. 2933. 
(H 88047, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2341 

This is too good to last. (6) 1632. (H 
87022, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 2342 

This little pig stayed at home. 1429. 
(H 86988, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 2343 

Thought (The) of parting forms a cloud in 
the sunshine. (4) 1655. (H 88056, 
Dec. 26, 1906.) 2344 

Time chases the flying hours when vouth 
and beauty meet. (2) 1653/ (H 
88054, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2345 

Toiling up a steep snowfield on Mt. Rai- 
nier. Wash. 2930. (H 88016, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2346 

Traveling in native oxcarts, Isthmus of 
Panama, 3102. (H 88020, Dec. 26, 
1906. ) 2347 

Trials (The) of a bachelor, (a) 1688. (H 
88076, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2348 

L T ncle Remus, sure of opossum for din- 
ner. 1715. (H 87036, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

2349 

Under the old apple tree. (1) 1673. 
(H 88061, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2350 

Unexpected (The) arrival of the new 
French maid. (2) 1628. (H 87018, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2351 

United States battleship, Texas. 2905. 
(H 87081, Dec. 19, 1906. 2352 

United States cruiser, Olympia, Dewey's 
flagship at the battle of Manila bay. 
2904. (H 87080, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2353 

Valley of the Aare and cloud covered 

. Wetterhorn, Switzerland. 2016. (H 
87052, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 2354 

View in the park at Victoria hotel, Bin- 
gen, Germanv. 1920. (H 88004, Dec. 
26, 1906. ) 2355 

Volunteer soldiers leaving Tampa bav for 
Cuba. 2900. (H 87078, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

2356 

Wall street and Trinity church, New 
York, N. Y. 1576. (H 86996, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 2357 

Watering the flocks at the Nile river, 
Egypt. 713. ( H 86978, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

2358 

Wedding breakfast — the bride cuts the 
cake. (11) 1662. (H 87994, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2359 

Wetterhorn from Grindwald, Switzer- 
land. 2017. (H 87053, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

2360 

When Mrs. Jones returned, (a) 1683. 
(H 88071, Dec. 26, 1906.) 2361 

When wrapped up good and warm the 
cold does little harm. 1442. (H 88084, 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2362 



58 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Standard scenic company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Where 16,000 pigeons live, Los Angeles 
farm, California. 1598. (H 87012, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 2363 

Wh-i-r-r-r crash, and a woman's scream 
from the dumb-waiter — wife: "What 
does this mean?" (9)1635. (H 87025, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2364 

Whoa, Maud! 1665. (H 88012, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2365 

Wife: So you had the help of that horrid 
creature in counting the minutes be- 
fore my return. (10)1636. (H 87026, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 2363 

With Dimple and Dolly and Molly and 
Gray, Santa Claus came from a land far 
away. 1444. (H 88033, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

2367 

Women of Ramallah, Palestine. 1230. 
(H 86984, Dec. 19, 1906.) 2368 

You go first, Mabelle, and I'll see that 
they don't hurt you. (b) 1680. (H 
88067, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2369 

You little rouge, you're as pretty as a 
picture. (3) 1629. (H 87019, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 2370 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

Stark (Henry), jr., St. 
Louis, Mo. 

Beautiful Ogden canon, Utah. ( H 85566, 
Nov. 22, 1906.) 2371 

Devil's slide, Utah. (H 85568, Nov. 22, 
1906.) 2372 

Eads bridge and St. Louis, Mo. (H 
85565, Nov. 22, 1906. ) 2373 

Entrance to Forest park and west end 
residence section, St. Louis, Mo. (H 
85564, Nov. 22, 1906. ) 2374 

Gasconade river at Jerome, Mo. (H 
85562, Nov. 22, 1906. ) 2375 

Green River buttes, Green River, Wyo- 
ming. (H 85567, Nov. 22, 1906. ) 2376 

Pikes peak and garden of the gods, Colo- 
rado. (H 85569, Nov. 22, 1906.) 2377 

Water front, St. Louis, Mo. ( H 85563, 
Nov. 22, 1906. ) 2378 

2 c. each Nov. 22, 1906. 

Stebbins (Nathaniel L. ), 
Somerville, Mass. 
Bank of England. (H 86161, Dec. 4, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 2379 

Steele (R. E.), St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Look west on Sansome street, San Fran- 
cisco disaster. 6501. (H 83770, Oct. 
13,1906.) 2380 

Looking across East street from the Ferry 
building, San Francisco, Cal., disaster. 
6500. (H 83769, Oct. 13, 1906.) 2381 



Steele (R. E.), St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Making the best of trying circumstances. 
San Francisco disaster. 6504. (H 
83773, Oct. 13, 1906.) 2382 

Van Ness ave., near corner of Valleo 
street, San Francisco disaster. 6502. 
(H 83771, Oct. 13, 1906.) 2383 

1 c. each Oct. 13, 1906. 

1 c. each Oct. 24, 1906. 

Stetson (Sereno), New York, 
N. Y. 
Bash-bish falls. (H 86453, Dec. 13, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 2384 

Stickney (Francis G. ), Wal- 
tham, Mass. 
Nancy's nine. (H 86487, Dec. 14, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 2385 I 

Storck (Ferd. ), Butler, N. J. 
First nat. bank & Am. hard rubber 
works, Butler, N. J. ( H 83079, Sept, 
25, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 24, 1906.) 2386 

Side view Am. hard rubber works, But- 
ler, N. J. (H 83687, Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 11, 1906.) 2387 

Strauss (J. C. ), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Wilfley, L. R. B & C. ( H 85725-85726, 
Nov. 27, 1906.) 2388 

2 c. each Nov. 27, 1906. 

Sturtevant (A.), Santa Bar- 
bara, Cal. 
Bit of coast. (H 85679, Nov. 24, 1906.) 

2389 

Rustic bridge. ( H 85678, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 
2 c. each Nov. 24, 1906. 2390 

Sweet brothers, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 
Studies from nature, series B. (H 
86015, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 

2391 

Volk (Douglas) N. A. (H 86055, Dec. 

3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906. ) 2392 

Topliff (C. L.) New York, 
N. Y. 
Simplicity. (H 86410, Dec. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 11, 1906.) 2393 

Townend (W. H.), Buffalo, 
N. Y. 
Bushv. (H 85722, Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 27, 1906. ) 2394 

Townsend (Chas. A.), Bel- 
fast, Me. 
Beaver tail. (H 86025,' Nov. 30, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 2395 

Birches. (H 86019, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 30, 1906. ) 2396 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



59 



Townsend (Chas. A.), Bel- 
fast Me 
E. S. S. wharf, Belfast, Me. (H 85576, 
Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1906.) 

2397 

Long wharf, Cape Jellison. (H 85573, 
Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1906.) 

2398 

Methodist church. (H 86026, Nov. 30, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 2399 

Pitcher pond. (H 86024. Nov. 30, 1906; 

. 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 2400 

Post-office, Belfast, Me. ( H 85575, Nov. 

22, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1906.) 2401 

Potato house, Cape Jellison. (H 85574, 

Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 22, 1906.) 

2402 
Roadway, no. 1. (H 86021, Nov. 30, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 2403 
no. 2. ( H 86022, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 30, 1906. ) 2404 

Swan lake. no. 1. (H 86018, Nov. 30, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 2405 
Thro birches. Swan lake. (H 86023, 

Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 

2406 
Twilight, (H 86020, Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 30, 1906.) 2407 

Tucker (Clarence West) , Co- 
vina, Cal. 
Yaw (Ellen Beach) A, B, C, D, E, F, 

G. (H 86140-86146, Dec. 3, 1906; 2 c. 

each Dec. 3, 1906.) 2408 

Tyler (J. S.), Rome, N. Y. 
Summer days. (H 86396, Dec. 7, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 7, 1906. ) 2409 

Tyler (Orlando F.), Calu- 
met, Mich. 
Calumet base ball club, pennant winners 
N. C. C. league 1906. (H 83735, Oct. 
10, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 27, 1906.) 2410 

Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 
Fine day sir and welcome. A hospitable 
home in old Ireland— 2. (H 87469, 
Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906. ) 2411 

U 70243. (H 84014, Oct. 18, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 18, 1906.) 2412 i 

U 95389. (H 84271, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. j 

Oct. 29, 1906. ) 

U 92857; U 93238; U 93240; U 93324; U 
95298; U 95456; U 95853; U 95854; U I 
95855; U 95856; U 95857; U 95858; U i 
95859; U 95860. (H 85700-85705, 
85971-85978, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. each 
Nov. 26, 1906. ) 

U 35861; U 56034; U 78457; U 81001; U 
81011; U 81016; U 81038; U 81075; U 
81079; U 81085; U 81106; U 81129; U j 
81143; U 81152; U 81163; U 81168; U 1 



Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 



81192; 


U 81196; 


U 81205; 


U 81221; 


U 


81860; 


U 81864; 


U 81880; 


U 81892; 


U 


81907; 


U 81940; 


U 81952; 


U 81963; 


u 


81966; 


U 81978; 


U 81979; 


U 81982; 


u 


81989; 


U 81996; 


U 82004; 


U 82010; 


u 


82012; 


U 82019; 


U 82021 ; 


U 82037; 


u 


82038; 


U 82059; 


U 82067; 


U 82073; 


u 


82075; 


U 82115; 


U 82121; 


U 83008; 


u 


83043; 


U 83065; 


U 83072; 


U 85477; 


u 


85483; 


U 93932; 


U 93942; 


U 93947; 


u 


94003; 


U 94010; 


U 94011; 


U 94012; 


u 


94018; 


U 94019; 


U 94020; 


U 94029; 


u 


94033; 


U 94039; 


U 94041; 


U 94042; 


u 


94045; 


U 94050; 


U 94055; 


U 94056; 


TJ 


94057; 


U 94063; 


U 94067; 


U 94068; 


u 


94074; 


U 94076; 


U 94078; 


U 94080; 


u 


94081; 


U 94082; 


U 94085: 


U 94092; 


u 


94097; 


U 94099; 


U 94116; 


U 94127; 


u 


94130; 


U 94131; 


U 94132; 


U 94133; 


u 


94134; 


U 94138; 


U 94139; 


U 94143; 


u 


94147; 


IT 94150; 


U 94157; 


U 94160; 


u 


94171; 


U 94173; 


U 94175; 


U 94176; 


u 


94194; 


U 94196; 


U 94198; 


U 94208; 


u 


94225; 


U 94234; 


U 94252; 


U 94257; 


u 


94263; 


U 94266; 


U 94274; 


U 94280; 


u 


94281; 


U 94282; 


U 94288; 


U 94289; 


u 


94293; 


U 94294; 


U 94297; 


U 94299; 


u 


94300; 


U 94301; 


U 94321; 


U 94333; 


u 


94351 


U 94360- 


U 94366 


U 94370; 


u 


94372; 


U 94373; 


U 94383, 


U 94398; 


u 


94401 


U 94403: 


U 94406 


U 94412; 


u 


94413 


U 94423- 


U 94424 


U 94427; 


u 


94431 


U 94433 


U 95280 


U 95282; 


u 


95295 


U 95757 


U 95846 


U 95848; 


u 


95850. 


(H 85727-85807, 


85876, 85808- 


85854, 


85856, 85855, 85857 


-85879, N 


ov. 



U 95860-2; U 95861; U 95864; U 95865; 
U 95878. (H 85893-85897, Nov. 28, 
1906; 2 c. each Nov. 28, 1906.) 

U 95851; U 95854-2. (H 85987-85988, 
Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906.) 

U 30878; U 32431; U 35815; U 36226; 
U 36331; U 36429; U 36589; U 62203; U 
75426; U 76186; U 76233; U 86837; U 
94991; U 95021; U 95088. (H 86180, 
86179, 86181, 86182, 86183-86193, Dec. 
5, 1906; 2 c. each Dec. 5, 1906.) 

U 35750; U 48276; U 48984; U 49022; U 
87952; U 88986. (H 86243-86248, Dec. 
7, 1906; 2 c. each Dec. 8, 1906.) 

U 44745; U 44839; U 95642; U 95787; U 
95803; U 95949; U 95957; U 95962. 
(H 86476-86477, 86475, 86474, 86471, 
86473, 86470, 86472, Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
each Dec. 14, 1906.) 

U 36491; U 88778. (H 86531-86532, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. each Dec. 15, 1906.) 

U 91926; U 91976; U 92201; U 93712. 
(H 86797, 86796, 86799, 86798, Dec. 17, 
1906; 2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906.) 



60 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 
U 36220; U 68564; U 68573; U 68586; U 
68604; U 68623; U 68781; U 68970; U 
68997; U 69004; U 77451; U 88552; U 
88552-2; U 88564-2; U 88596-2; U 88622; 
U 88655; U 88657; U 88802; U 88806-2; 
U 88816-2; U 88825; U 88831-2; U 
88834-2; U 88837-2; U 88869-2; U 
88878; U 88897-2; U 88922; U 88929 
U 88930; U 88938; U 89034-2; U 89050-2 
U 89075; U 89087; U 89088; U 89091 
U 89095; U 89107; U 89207; U 89209-2 
U 89211; U 89214; U 89219-2; U 89224 
U 89224-2; U 89234; U 89244; U 89246 
U 89252; U 89254; U 89259; U 89261 
U 89266; U 91871; U 91875; U 91880 
U 91881; U 91961-2; U 91966; U 91987 
U 91999; U 92000; U 92000-2; U 92000-3 
U 92000-4; U 92003-2; U 92014; U 
92049-2; U 92056; U 92057; U 92069; 
U 92103-3; U 92219; U 92220-2; U 
92224; U 92247; U 92319; U 92364; U 
92368; U 92370; U 92380, U 92383; U 
92389-2; U 92392; U 92396; U 92405-2 
U 92408; U 92562; U 92574; U 92582 
U 92584; U 92596; U 92599; U 92615 
U 92627; U 92663; U 92702; U 92711 
U 92714; U 92727; U 92730-2; U 92759 
U 92773; D 92805; U 92808; U 92815 
U 92840; U 92860; U 92881; U 92894 
U 92898; U 92905; U 92919; U 92937 
U 92941; U 92949; U 92953; U 93039 
U 93043; U 93070; U 93079; U 93111 
U 93123; U 93130; U 93135-2; U 93140 
U 93141; U 93145; U 93153; U 93161 
U 93196; U 93252; U 93392-2; U 93410 
U 93432; U 93434; U 93447; U 93455 
U 93466; U 93480; U 93506; U 93544 
U 93559; U 93565; U 93566; U 93567 
U 93579; U 93587; U 93630; U 93639-2 
U 93652; U 93656-2; U 93659; U 93677 
U 93699; U 93701; U 93702; U 93713 
U 93719; U 93726; U 95449; U 95879 
U 95911; U95911-2; U 95946 ; U 95946-2 
U 95955; U 95961. (H 87470, 87465, 
87464, 87463, 87462, 87461, 87460, 87459 
87458, 87457, 87491, 87309-87321; 87467 
87332-87328, 87468, 87329-87335, 87337 
87336, 87338-87454, 87466, 87455-87456 
87492, 87471-87477, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c 
each Dec. 21, 1906. ) 

U 95976; U 95977. ( H 87549-87550, Dec. 

22, 1906; 2 c. each Dec. 22, 1906.) 
U 91778; U 95036. (H 87673, 87672, 

Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. each Dec. 24, 1906.) 

United States lithograph 
company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
Inspector. (H 86054, Dec. 3, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 3, 1906.) 2413 

Vitagraph company of Amer- 
ica, New York, N. Y. 
Foul plav. (H 86514, Dec. 15, 1906. ) 

2414 



Vitagraph company of Amer- 
ica, New York, N. Y. 
Mid- winter nights dream, or, little Joe's 
luck. (H 86513, Dec. 15, 1906. ) 2415 
2 c. each Dec. 15, 1906. 

Waldrop photographic com- 
pany, San Juan, P. R. 
President at Caguas, P. R. no. 5. (H 
86198, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 2416 

no. 7. (H 86200, Dec. 5, 1906.) 

2417 

giving Mrs. Roosevelt gifts presented 

by the city. (H 86201, Dec. 5, 1906.) 

2418 

President at military barracks, Cayey, P. H 
R. , guest of major Griffith. ( H 86203 
Dec. 5, 1906.) 2419 j 

President at Rio Piedras, P. R. ( H 86197, 
Dec. 5, 1906. ) 2420 

President coming off wharf Ponce Playa. i 
(H 86202, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 2421 

President in auto at Ponce Playa wharf 
just after landing. (H 86196, Dec. 5, 
1906.) 2422 , 

President on wharf at Ponce Playa meet- 
ing committee of ladies. (H 86199, 
Dec. 5, 1906.) 2423 

President Roosevelt at R. R. station, 
Arecibo, P. R. ( H 86194, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 

2424 

Special train from San Juan to Arecibo, 
P. R. (H 86195, Dec. 5, 1906.) 2425 
2 c. each Dec. 5, 1906. 

Warren (Alexander H.), 
East Orange, N. J. 
Champion, Rodney Smasher. (H 85955, 
Nov. 30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 2426 

Watkin's studio, Palestine, 
Tex. 
Campbell (Gov. T. M. ) (H 85954, Nov. 
30, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 21, 1906.) . 2427 

Western bromide company, 

La Grange, 111. 

Dinner time. (H 86057, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

2428 
Protected. (H 86056, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

2429 
2 c. each Dec. 5, 1906. 

White (H. C. ) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
( After) Mr. Honeylove. I wonder if I was 
dreaming? 5608. (H 85600, Nov. 23, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906. ) 2430 

Alligator on the show. 262 D. ( H 86312, 
Dec. 8, 1906.) 2431 

Alligators emerging from water. 265 I. 

(H 86315, Dec. 8, 1906.) 2432 

Athletic native, jumping. 284. (H 86297, 

Dec. 8, 1906. ) 2433 

2 c. each Dec. 8, 1906. 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



61 



White (H. C.) company. 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Broadside view of the new Maine (1st 
class battleship) Naval Review, Oyster 
Bay. 7458. (H 85601, Nov. 23, 1906. ) 

2434 

Bunker Hill monument, Charlestown, 

and distant harbor of Boston, 1/. S. A. 

12825. (H 85602, Nov. 23, 1906. ) 2435 

Codfish drying in the sun, harbor and 

town in distance, Gloucester, Mass., 

U. S. A. 12848. (H 85604, Nov. 23, 

. 1906. ) 2436 

2 c. each Nov. 23, 1906. 

Elephants passing the palace Jeypore. 
236 C. (H 86307, Dec. 8, 1906.) 2437 

Exquisitely inlaid marble tomb of Itun- 
adudaulah. 362 A. (H 86306, Dec. 8, 
1906.) 2438 

Feeding the pigeons on the street Jey- 
pore. 250 A. ( H 86318, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 

2439 

250 E. (H 86314, Dec. 8, 1906.) 

2440 

Fruit sellers on a Benares street. 355 A. 
(H 86311, Dec. 8, 1906.) 2441 

2 c. each Dec. 8, 1906. 

General view of Gloucester, greatest fish- 
ing port in the world. U. S. A. 12847. 
(H 85603, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 
1906. ) 2442 

Glimpse of the lake from the lovely Hun- 
newell grounds, YVellesley, Mass. no. 
12834. (H 85689, Nov. 26, 1906.) 

2443 

Here beauty dwells among the ever- 
greens. Hunnewell grounds, Welles- 
lev, Mass. no. 12832. (H 85688, Nov. 
26, 1906. ) 2444 

2 c. each Nov. 26, 1906. 

Hindu boat on the Ganges. 358 A. (H 
86298, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 2445 

Hindu worshippers praying and bathing 
in the Ganges. 353 B. ( H 86300, Dec. 
8, 1906.) 2446 

Indian bov and his hairy pets. 430. ( H 
86305, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 2447 

2 c. each Dec. 8, 1906. 

Inspecting Colon works. ( H 85712, Nov. 
26, 1906.) 2448 

Inspecting Culebra cut. (H 85711, Nov. 
26,1906.) 2449 

2 c. each Nov. 26, 1906. 

Kedar Ghat at Benares. 323 B. (H 
86313, Dec. 8, 1906.) 2450 

Long haired ash besmeared fakeers, on 
the banks of the Ganges. 339 C. (H 
86317, Dec. 8, 1906.) 2451 

Looking W. along John Bazaar one of 
the principal streets of the beautiful 
model eastern citv, Jeypore. 227 D. 
( H 86295, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 2452 



White (H. C. ) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Mohammedans sword dancing in the pro- 
cession of their great yearly festival 
called Muharram Jeypore. 238 A. (H 
86302, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 2453 

Native diving from a 50 foot high tower 
into a sacred well, Delhi. 420 B. (H 
86310, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 2454 

October. (H 86438, Dec. 7, 1906.) 2455 
One of the gates to the palace Jevpore. 
233 A. (H 86299, Dec. 8, 1906. ) * 2456 
2 c. each Dec. 8, 1906. ) 

Pres. & Mrs. Roosevelt. (H 85715, Nov. 

26, 1906. ) 2457 

Pres. at Panama. (H 85716, Nov. 26, 

1906. ) 2458 

Pres. Roosevelt & Amador. (H 85714, 

Nov. 26, 1906. ) 2459 

Pres. speaking at Panama. (H 85713, 

Nov. 26, 1906. ) 2460 

2 c. each Nov. 26, 1906. 

Scene in the marble courtyard of the 
golden temple at Amritsar. no. 191. 
(H 86296, Dec. 8, 1906.) 2461 

Scene on the avenue to Akbaro tomb. 
372 B. (H 86308, Dec. 8, 1906.) 2462 

Snake charmer with cobras and other 
snakes, and a large one around his 
neck. 340 C. (H 86301, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 

2463 

Taj Mahal, looking north. 377 B. (H 
86316, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 2464 

8 inches from main gateway. 378 

C. (H 86294, Dec. 8, 1906.) 2465 

Vultures, waiting for the carcasses of cat- 
tle to be thrown to them on the banks. 
357 D. (H 86303, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 2466 

Water buffaloes drinking by the walls of 
old Delhi. 419. (H 86309. Dec. 8, 
1906. ) 2467 

Wild boars come out of the jungle in the 
evening to be fed at Oodeypore. 291 A. 
(H 86304, Dec. 8, 1906.) 2468 

2 c. each Dec. 8, 1906. 

Whitely exerciser company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Girl. no. 1. (H 85979, Nov. 28, 1906.) 

2469 
no. 2. (H 85980, Nov. 28, 1906.) 

2470 
no. 3. (H 85981, Nov. 28, 1906.) 

2471 
no. 4. (H 85982, Nov. 28, 1906.) 

2472 
no. 5. (H 85983, Nov. 28, 1906.) 

2473 
no. 6. (H 85984, Nov. 28, 1906.) 

2474 
2 c. each Nov. 17, 1906. 



62 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Willard (S. L.), Wilmette, 
111. 
Neighbor (The) (H 86858, Dec. 19, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 2475 

Williams (Verne O.), Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 
Trans-Mississippi commercial congress. 
17th annual session. Nov. 20, 1906. 
(H 85680, Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 
1906.) 2476 

Woman's board of trade, 
Santa Fe, N. Mex. 
W. B. T. library. (H 85985, Nov. 30, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 2477 

Woodhead (W. H.), Fitch- 
burg, Mass. 
Ashburnham, Mass., from Willard hill. 
(H 85693, Nov. 26, 1906. ) 2478 

Naukeag lake, Ashburnham, Mass., from 
Mr. Cobbs. (H 85696, Nov. 26, 1906.) 

2479 
Naukeag lake, Ashburnham, Mass., from 
Naukeag farms beach. (H 85695, Nov. 
26, 1906. ) 2480 

Naukeag lake from Packard hill, Ash- 
burnham, Mass. (H 85697, Nov. 26, 
1906.) 2481 



Woodhead (W. H.), Fitch- 
burg, Mass. 
Wachusett mt. from Willow brook, Ash- 
burnham, Mass. (H 85694, Nov. 26, 
1906.) 2482 

2 c. each Nov. 26, 1906. 

Wunderlich (H) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Whistler (James McNeil). (H 82957, 
Sept. 22, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 

2483 
Wurts brothers, New York, 
N. Y. 
Exterior Rochester Trust & Safe Deposit 
co. (H 86445, Dec. 12, 1906.) 2484 
Interior Rochester Trust & Safe Deposit 
co. (H 86446, Dec. 12, 1906.) 2485 
2 c. each Dec. 12, 1906. 

Wyer (Henry S. ), Nan- 
-fin /^Tr-p'f IVTpms 

Nantucket. (H 85950, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 
c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 2486 

Young, Lord & Rhodes, Ltd., 
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 
Ice bound. 1 to 18. (H 86802-86819, 
Dec. 17, 1906; 2c. each Dec. 18, 1906. 

2487 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 

Jan. 1, 1907 1515 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors, w.th subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus, the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Vincenzo Alfano, New York, N. Y. Class I, 
- XXc, no. 20156, Dec. 5, 1906; 1 photograph received to complete copyright Dec. 5, 1906." 



Alfano (Vincenzo), New York, 
N. Y. 
Across the harp. Medal composed of a 
half figure with hands, playing the 
harp, through the strings of which the 
body and face are seen. ( I 20156, Dec. 
5, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 5, 1906.) 2488 

American colortype com- 
pany, New York, X. Y. 
The farmers daughter. Girl in pink 
waist in wheatfield leaning against top 
rail of a fence. (I 20174, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 

2489 
Two roses. Three quarter figure young 
woman in blue dress with lace scarf 
over shoulders, holds in right hand to 
her nostrils a rose. (I 20173, Dec. 6, 
1906. ) 2490 

1 photo, each Dec. 6, 1906. 

American lithographic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
La Bella, v. 5. Side view of a young 
woman having her hair arranged high 
and wearing an empire gown which is 
cut low, exposing her neck and shoul- 
ders. ( I 20072, Nov. 24, 1906; 1 photo. 
Nov. 24, 1906.) 2491 

Nanon. v. 4. Full length figure full face 
view of young woman attired in black, 
and holding a beautiful wreath of 
autumn leaves and flowers around her 
skirt, (I 20071, Nov. 24. 1906; 1 photo. 
Nov. 24, 1906. ) 2492 

Eosella. v. 2. In oval panel full face 
bust portrait of beautiful young woman 
with dark hair and eve- and wearing a 
lace hat with flowers. * ( 1 20069, Nov. 24, 
1906; 1 photo. Nov. 24, 1906.) 2493 

Sultan (The) Bust portrait of a man in 
profile, military coat and a cap with a 
tassel &c, probably a noble Turk. He 
wears a beard and mustache. ( I 20195, 
Dec. 7, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2494 

Sweet-blushes, v. 6. Head of girl wear- 
ing a foliage hat around which is tied a 
white automobile veil. (I 20073, Nov. 
24,1906; 1 photo. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 2495 
3595 — pt 4, xos 1-5 — 07 5 



American lithographic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Sweet sixteen, v. 3. Full face, bust 
portrait of beautiful girl wearing sum- 
mer hat trimmed with roses. (I 20070, 
Nov. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 24, 1906.) 

2496 

Ballin (H.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Europa (The) sibyl. Two full length 

figures of women, one holding a child. 

The size of canvas is 7 ft. 6 in. x 5 ft. 

6 in. General tone of picture dark. 

Eomantic landscape background color 

of women, yellow and red respectively. 

(I 20224, Dec. 11, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 

11, 1906.) 2497 

Bancroft (M. H.), Shelter 
Island, L. I. 
Harvest. Allegorical picture portraying 
harvest, Center figure of woman in 
brown dress holds a sheaf of wheat in 
her arms and a sickle in right hand. 
Figure at right in yellow holds earthen 
jug. Figure in foreground in light blue 
is stooping to pick up something. (I 
20248, Dec. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 13, 
1906. ) 2498 

Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 

Full figure of boy about fourteen years of 
of age. He stands about three quarters 
front view and holds a small rifle with 
both handy, the butt under his arm and 
the muzzle depressed. (I 20085, Nov. 
26, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 2499 

of lady standing profile view, with 

head turned to show full front view. 
She wears a long cloak which she holds 
open with both hands, showing the fur 
lining. In background is a column. 
(I 20091, Nov. 26, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 
26, 1906.) 2500 

of man seated nearly full front view. 

Wears an overcoat buttoned, derby hat, 
etc. One hand rests against his hip 
and the other rests on top of a heavy 
cane with crooked handle. (I 20083, 
Nov. 26, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 

2501 
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Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, III. 
Full figure of man standing full profile 
view. Wears a sack suit and has an over- 
coat over one arm holding his hat in this 
hand. Other hand is behind his back 
and holds a cane. (I 20084, Nov. 26, 
1906; 1 photo. Nov. 26, 1906. ) 2502 

Full length figure of lady standing nearly 
full front view. She wears a long, loose 
cloak trimmed with ermine and lace, a 
hat trimmed with plumes, and a muff. 
(I 20090, Nov. 26. 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 
26,1906.) 2503 

Half figure of lady nearly full front view. 
She stands behind a table on which 
are a number of articles of jewelry. 
She holds a necklace in one hand. (I 
2008S, Nov. 26. 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 26, 
1906. ) 2504 

of lady standing three quarters front 

view, and wearing a corset and white 
garments with low neck and without 
sleeves. (I 2J087, Nov. 26, 1906; 1 
photo. Nov. 2b, 1906.) 2505 

three ladies in a horizontal row. All 

wear short waists and are without hats. 
(I 20086, Nov. 26, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 
26, 1906. ) 2506 

Heads of four ladies in a horizontal row. 
All wear street wraps and hats. (I 
20089, Nov. 26, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 
26, 1906.) 2507 

Lady and little girl seated at opposite 
s des of a library table. (I 20092, Nov. 
26, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 26, 1906.) 2508 

Man's head shown full front view, sur- 
rounded bv a frame made of neckties. 
(I 20082, Nov. 26, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 
26, 1906.) 2509 

Pen drawing of a lady seated, front view, 
by a writing desk, examining several 
boxes of stationery. (I 20141, Dec. 3, 
1996; 1 photo. Dec. 3, 1906.) 2510 

of a lady seated sidewise in a chair. 

She is shown three-quarter front view 
and wears a street suit with long coat, 
and a black hat with plumes. ( I 20207, 
Dec. 10, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 10, 1906.) 

2511 
of full figure of a lady standing three- 
quarter front view. She wears a street 
suit with short jacket, and a large hat 
trimmed with plumes. (I 20209, Dec. 
10, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 10, 1906.) 

2512 

of full length figure of a lady stand- 
ing side view with both arms raised, 
one hand arranging her veil and the 
other holding a fur boa which forms 
about her shoulders. (I 20210, Dec. 
10, 1906; 1 photo. Dec, 10, 1906. ) 2513 



Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing of full length figure of a lady 
standing three-quarter front view, with 
one hand hanging at her side, and the 
other holding a muff against the side 
of her face. (I 20208, Dec. 10, 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 10, 1906. ) 2514 

of full length figure of a man stand- 
ing full back view, looking into a win- 
dow on which are eight men's shoes. 
( 1 20214, Dec. 10, 1906; 1 photo. Dec, 10, 
1906.) 2515 

of head and shoulder of a lady, en- 
closed in a triangular decoration of 
flowers and ribbon. (1 20211, Dec. 10, 
1906; 1 photo. Dec. 10, 1906.) 2516 

of lady and child. Lady stands be- 
hind a large rocking chair holding the 
hand of the child, which kneels in the 
chair. (I 20205, Dec. 10, 1906; 1 photo. 
Dec. 10, 1906.) 2517 

showing a group of children before 

an open fireplace playing with toys 
scattered about the floor. (I 20135, 
Dec. 3, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 3, 1906.) 

2518 

showing a lady profile view stand- 
ing beside a writing desk. (I 20139, 
Dec. 3, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 3, 1906.) 

2519 

showing a lady standing front view, 

holding an open umbrella before her. 
(I 20142, Dec. 3, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 3, 
1906.) 2520 

showing a lady standing front view. 

She is dressed in street costume. (I 
20138, Dec. 3, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 3, 
1906.) 2521 

showing a man standing profile view. 

He wears a shirt, collar, tie, trousers, 
and shoes. (I 20131, Dec. 3, 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 3, 1906. ) 2522 

showing a man walking, front view. 

He wears an overcoat, derby hat, 
striped trousers, shoes, and gloves. (I 
20134, Dec. 3, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 3, 
1906. 2523 

showing boy standing, front view, 

with one arm raised holding a snow 
ball as though about to throw it. (I 
20132, Dec. 3, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 3, 
1906.) 2524 

showing face of a man between two 

shirts, upright position. (I 20133, Dec. 
3, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 3, 1906.) 2525 

showing full length figure of a boy 

about 8 years old. He holds a jump- 
ing jack in both hands. (I 20215, Dec, 
10; l'906; 1 photo. Dec. 10, 1906. ) 2526 



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Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing showing half length figure 
of a man standing three-quarter front 
view behind a table. Before him on 
the table are men's gloves, collars, and 
a small tie. (I 20213, Dec. 10. 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 10, 1906. ) 2527 

showing head and shoulders of a 

la.dv, with face turned to the left. (I 
20136, Dec. 3, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 3, 

. 1906.) 2528 

showing heads and shoulders of two 

ladies, one front and one back view. 
(I 20137, Dec. 3, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 3, 
1906. ) 2529 

showing interior of the bedroom of 

a dwelling. In the foreground is a 
ladv, standing before a large mirror. 
(120212, Dec. 10, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 
10, 1906.) 2530 

showing Santa Clans seated on a 

box before the fireplace, putting pres- 
ents into the stockings. (I 20140, 
Dec. 3. 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 3, 1906.) 

2531 
Three quarter figure of lady seated nearly 
full front view. She wears a hat, short 
jacket and skirt and holds a shoe in 
front of her with both hands. (I 20093, 
Nov. 26, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 26. 1906.) 

2532 
Wash drawing showing full length figure 
of a man. standing before a store win- 
dow, looking at toys inside. (I 20206, 
Dec. 10, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 10, 1906.) 

2533 

Beach (H. D. ) company, 
Coshocton, Ohio. 
Father Knickerbocker. Interior of room, 
in center of which stands a rotund 
father Knickerbocker. In his right 
hand he holds a bottle from which he 
has just poured into a glass, a drink. 
On a bench beside a window sits a man 
who has beside him a bottle and glass, 
and who holds in one hand a pipe. At 
the cupboard stands a porter studying 
the label on a bottle. (120198, Dec. 
S. 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 8, 1906.) 2534 



Beck (George). New York, 
X. Y. 
Descriptive has relief. Sculptured medal- 
lion of the poet Bryant with incised 
titles of the author's work, radiating 
from heal. Surrounded with halo of 
fruit, flowers, grain, vegetables, etc. (I 
20100, Nov. 28, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 28, 
1906.) 2535 



Blashfield ( Edwin H. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Knowledge. Figure of woman, seated, 
searching the records in books, a panel 
with the word, knowledge, in large 
letters appears above her shoulders. 
(120130, Dec. 3, 1906.) 2536 

Mercy. Figure of woman seated typical 
of mercy, casting a ballot in a jar. A 
panel above her shoulders bears the 
word, mercy. (I 20128, Dec. 3, 1906.) 

2537 

Power. Figure of woman, seated, typi- 
cal of power. In her right hand a 
sword, in her left a bundle of bound 
rods. A panel above her shoulders 
bears the word, power. (I 20127, Dec. 
3, 1906. ) 2538 

Wisdom. Woman seated, unravelling a 
skein. Figurative of wisdom. The 
word, wisdom, appears on panel over 
her shoulders. (I 20129. Dec. 3, 1906. ) 

2539 
1 photo, each Dec. 3, 1906. 

Boyle (Gertrude F.), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Spirit of the flame. Candlestick statu- 
ette about 12 inches high and 4 inches 
in diameter at base. Two figures in 
composition, one being carried up by 
flame, other falling down to earth. (I 
20065, Nov. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 
24, 1906.) 2540 

Brill (George Reiter), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Blessed damozel. Bas relief done in 
clav after the famous painting by 
Dante Gabriel Rosetti. (I 20254, Dec. 
11, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 11, 1906.) 2541 

Brown (J. G. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Always your friend. Dark haired boot- 
black,' with dark red cap, red necktie 
and green -grey shirt; white terrier 
with yellow ears, yellow tail, white on 
the end of it, etc. (I 20185, Dec. 7, 
1906. ) 2542 

Cant have it. Dark haired boot black 
with blue grey shirt & red necktie 
holding a green apple behind his back 
so that the white fox terrier cannot see 
it. Dog sitting on box, with straw in- 
side. (120183, Dec. 7, 1906.) 2543 

Cheer up. Dark haired boot black with 
red shirt, white undershirt and dark 
green grey vest, holding a yellow shoe 
with his' left hand, and looking at a 
yellow, brown and white fox terrier. 
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Brown (J. G.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Keep up Fan. Dark haired boot black 
with red shirt and white undershirt 
and green-grey vest on, holding up his 
right hand at the fox terrier. ( I 20187, 
Dec. 7, 1906.) 2545 

Lovers. Dark haired boot black with red 
cap hugging a white fox terrier, with 
one yellow ear, and holding a yellow 
shoe in his right hand. (I 20186, Dec. 
7,1906.) 2546 

Tastes differ. Dark haired boot black 
with red undershirt & light blue 
shirt, holding a very green apple up to 
a white fox terrier. (I 20184, Dec. 7, 
1906.) 2547 

1 photo, each Dec. 7, 1906. 

Casev (F. D.), New York, . 
N. Y. 
Lo, I am with you alway, even unto the 
end of the world. Drawing by Albert 
Sterner showing an immense throng in 
one of the streets of a great city. High 
in the air with arms extended, forming 
a cross is a shadowy figure of Christ, 
the gentle face shining forth from the 
darkness. (I 20229, Dec. 11, 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 11, 1906.) 2548 

Oiammaichella (John), New 
York, N. Y. 
Mercurius. Drawing (A) of the myth- 
ological figure of Mercurius or Mercury 
with the conventional attributes of 
wings on hat and feet, holding out m 
the left hand a number of envelopes. 
(120218, Dec. 11, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 
11, 1906.) 2549 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
Christmas (The) ghost story. Painting 
in full color by W. T. Smedley showing 
a family group gathered before a great 
open fire listening to a ghost story by 
the father. (I 20228, Dec. 11, 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 11, 1906.) 2550 

Christmas morning. Painting by Max- 
field Parrish showing a young boy in 
bed on Christmas morning. In one 
hand he holds a well filled stocking 
into which he has thrust his other 
hand. (I 20227, Dec. 11, 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 11, 1906.) 2551 

Snaking logs to the skid way. Painting 
by Frederic Remington of a lumber- 
man driving a team of horses through 
the woods. In one hand he holds the 
reins in the other he brandishes a 
whip. The horses' heads are bent 
over. (I 20144, Dec. 4, 1906; 1 photo. 
Dec. 4, 1906. ) 2552 



Collier (P. F.) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
Waiting for Santa Claus. Drawing by 
Jessie Willcox Smith showing two lit- 
tle tots, a boy and a girl, seated on two 
small stools, one on each side of an 
open fire, fast asleep . . . Two stock- 
ings hang from the mantel, across the 
frontof which is a frieze showing Santa 
Claus in a sleigh % . . (I 20230, Dec. 
11, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 11, 1906. ) 2553 

Crowell publishing com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. 
Bright and happy child. Pretty face of 
a little child, smiling and happy, eves 
large and bright, ( I 20204, Dec. 10, 
1906; 1 photo. Dec. 10, 1906.) 2554 

Nativity. Virgin Mother holding on her 
lap the holy child who with out- 
stretched hand grasps an olive branch. 
(I 20098, Nov. 15, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 
15, 1906. ) 2555 

Cullinane (Laura Maud), 
New York, N. Y. 
Styles of empire days. Crayon drawing 
comprising a group of six heads and 
one standing figure, illustrating fancy 
headgear & styles of empire days. (I 
201 76\ Dec. 7', 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 7, 
1906.) 2556 



Daprato statuary company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Altar in Roman style; a group on the top 
representing the Descent from the 
Cross. Emblem underneath the altar 
table represents the Passion. (I 20153, 
Dec. 5, 1906.) 2557 

Its principal feature is a canopy sur- 
mounting the top. There is a mono- 
gram on the lower front. (I 20152, 

Dec. 5, 1906. ) 

2558 

Holy water font, Roman style. Marble 
font, the basin of which is to hold Holy 
water; the bowl itself is round, (I 
20154, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 2559 

Marble Holy water font with square base. 
(I 20155, Dec. 5, 1906.) 2560 

1 photo, each Dec. 5, 1906. 

Davis (C. Cassadv), New 
York, N. Y. 
Home from the sea. Sailor in blue shirt 
seated in large arm chair showing pic- 
ture book to girl, dressed in brown and 
two small children. (I 20168, Dec. 6, 
1906; 1 photo. Dec. 6, 1906.) 2561 



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New 



Day (F. Charlotte), 
York, N. Y. 
Prize winner. Model of head and chest 
of Boston terrier dog in bas relief repre- 
senting the true type or perfect head of 
Boston with proper style of collar for 
this particular breed. * (I 20097, Nov. 
27, 1906.) 2562 

Ye olde bull doge. Model of head and 
shoulders of typical English bull dog, 
full view medallion, in bas relief, six 
inches in diameter (I 20096, Nov. 27, 1 
1906.) 2563 

1 photo, each Nov. 27, 1906. 

Dejonge (Louis) & co., New- 
York, N. Y. 

Azalea on figured ground. Number of ; 
azalea flowers, leaves, and buds, are ! 
freely distributed on a figured ground, 
and connected bv intercrossing stems 
or twigs. (1 20177, Dec. 7, 1906. ) 2564 

Holly and mistletoe. Twigs of holly and j 
mistletoe are twined together and ! 
arranged in irregulargroups. (120179, 
Dec. 7, 1906.) ^ 2565 

Persian effects. Large and small orna- 
ments in Persian style are irregularly 
grouped, and partly overlap each 
other. (120178, Dec. 7, 1906.) 2566 

Sprays of small roses. Sprays of small ! 
roses, leaves, stems, and buds, are 
irregularly grouped in different direc- 
tions, on a plain ground. (I 20182, 
Dec. 7, 1906. ) 2567 

Sprays of small violets. A number of '. 
sprays of small violets, partly detached 
and partly intertwined at their stems, 
are arranged in irregular groups on a i 
plain ground. (I 20181, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2568 

Violets, detached bunches on shaded 
ground. A number of larger and ! 
smaller detached bunches of violets 
are irregularly grouped on a shaded 
ground." (I 20180, Dec. 7, 1906.) 2569 
1 photo, each Dec. 7, 1906. 

Deming (E. W.), New 
York, N. Y. 

Apache pony race. Indian horse race — ! 
bare mountains in background, in 
foreground two horses are racing close 
together. (I 20171, Dec. 6, 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 6, 1906.) 2570 

Combat between Bear and Panther. 
Panther has jumped upon bear's back 
and is biting his shoulder, the bear has I 
his mouth open, and is reaching back 
with his fore paw. (I 20203, Dec. 10, 
1906; 1 photo. Dec. 10, 1906.) 2571 

The Toiler of the Plains. An old Indian 
woman, nude to the waist, resting on 
her digging stick. (I 20202, Dec. 10, 
1906; 1 photo. Dec. 10, 1906.) 2572 



Dunsmore (John Ward), 
New York, N. Y. 
Council of war after the battle of Long 
Island. Interior of colonial house. 
Group of men gathered around a table 
on which a map is spread out, one man 
standing alone at right of table, all the 
others on left side. (I 20247, Dec. 13, 
1906; 1 photo. Dec. 13, 1906.) 2573 

Eaton (Hugh& Margaret), 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Triptych panel from "Siegfried." Oil 
painting of which the first panel is 
cal led " Si egf r ied f o rgeth Bal m u ng" ; 
the second "Siegfried winneth through 
the magic flames and findeth sleeping 
Brynhilde." (I 20145, Dec. 4, 1906; 
1 photo. Dec. 4, 1906.) 2574 

Fagan (Jas. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
First born. Young woman in rocking 
chair holding infant in right arm. 
Child has eyes open and right hand 
rests on mother's breast. Woman 
wears red kimono over white dress. 
(I 20111, Dec. 1, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 1, 
1906.) 2575 

Fairbanks (E. & T. ) & co., 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Builder's plan. 22 ft, 15 ton wagon 
scale, no. 11-27-06 F, sheet 1, drawer 
61. (120232, Dec. 12, 1906.) 2576 

First detail plan. 22 ft. 15 ton wagon 
scale, no. 11-27-06 F, sheet 3, drawer 
61. (C 20234, Dec. 12, 1906.) 2577 

Foundation plan. 22 ft. 15 ton wagon 
scale, no. 11-27-06 F, drawer 61, sheet 
2. (I 20233, Dec. 12, 1906.) 2578 

Second detail plan. 22 ft. 15 ton wagon 
scale. No. 11-27-06 F. sheet 4 drawer 
61. (120235, Dec. 12, 1906.) 

1 photo, each Dec. 12, 1906. 2579 

Goodrich (B. F. ) company, 
Akron, Ohio. 
Betty. Bust portrait of very beautiful 
and very digniried young woman. Her 
hair is tastefully arranged in pompa- 
dour fash on and she wears a hat and 
an automobile veil. (I 20074, Nov. 24, 
1906; 1 photo. Nov. 24, 1906.) 2580 

Guild (Emma Cad walader), 
Berlin, Germany. 
American girl. Life-size ideal bust of a 
girl, with hair dressed low at the back, 
and rose on right shoulder. (I 20064, 
Nov. 24, 1906. ) 2581 

Andrew Carnegie bust, with lord rector's 
robe and name on base. (1 20063, Nov. 
24, 1906. ) 

1 photo, each Nov. 24, 1906. 2582 



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Gutgemon (Gustave), New 
York, N. Y. 
Condemnation. Hand of the law being 
placed upon the culprit. Soldier making 
the arrest and turning a deaf ear to the 
pleading of the woman. ( I 20236, Dec. 
12, 1906.) 2583 

Justice. Justice holding the scales and 
pointing at the law held by a child. 
Other figure represents the strength of 
the law. (I 20237, Dec. 12, 1906.) 

2584 
Mercy. Penitent culprit receiving mercy. 
(I 20238, Dec. 12, 1906.) 2585 

1 photo, each, Dec. 12, 1906. 

Hamilton-Brown shoe com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
Twins. Full face bust portrait of two 
young women bearing a striking re- : 
semblance to each other. One wears 
a white waist and the waist of the other 
is of dark material. (I 20075, Nov. 24, 
1906; 1 photo. Nov. 24, 1906.) 2586 

Harbaugh (S. J.), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Cathedral for the archiepiscopal see of \ 
St. Louis. A f view with parish house i 
adjoining. (I 20216, Dec. 10, 1906; 1 i 
photo. Dec. 10, 1906.) 2587 

Harrison (A.), Paris, France. 

Bay in Brittany, Early evening scene 
On Moon bay, Brittany, with full moon j 
about half an hour above the horizon I 
in center background. Sailing vessel 
at anchor at right, tug boat at left, ( I 
20250, Dec. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 13, 
1906.) 2588 

Solitude. Late afternoon seascape, set- | 
ting sun shining through clouds in j 
background, breakers in foreground. 
(1 20172, Dec. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 6, 
1906.) 2589 

Hill (R.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

Evening at Nantucket. An oil painting 
of a marine view with large rocks in 
foreground. (I 20221, Dec. 11, 1906.) 

2590 

Ready for the run. A water color paint- 
ing showing a girl standing in fore- 
ground dressed in a riding costume 
holding riding crop in her left hand. 
(I 20219, Dec. 11, 1906.) 2591 

When the frost is on the pumkin and the 
fodder's in the shack. A water-color 
painting harvesting scene, with a two 
horse wagon & two men in cornfield in 
foreground. (I 20220, Dec. 11, 1906.) 

2592 



Hill (R.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

When the harvest days are over. A 
water color painting with man and boy 
in foreground, man holding gun, snow 
on the ground, with house and trees in 
background. (120222, Dec. 11, 1906.) 

2593 

When the leaves begin to fall. A water 

color painting showing woods, & road 

running alongside woods & stone fence. 

(I 20223, Dec. 11, 1906.) 2594 

1 photo, each Dec. 11, 1906. 

Hubbard (Luther Prescott), 
Minneapolis, Minn. 

Minerva. A modeled design in relief, 
a winged figure of Minerva, clad in 
loose thin drapery, showing outlines of 
figure, and wearing historic helmet, 
with upstretched bare arms, holding 
aloft a rim or monogram plate. The 
back ground is modeled in relief and 
represents the world, etc. (I 20143, 
Dec. 4, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 4, 1906.) 

2595 
Hvneman (H. N.), New 
York, N. Y. 

In the greenhouse. Profile of young 
woman dressed in dotted swiss over 
pink, wears thin white veil over cream 
colored hat trimmed with pink and 
white plumes. She stands in the con- 
servatory bending over vase of lilacs. 
(I 201 12, Dec. 1, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 1, 
1906.) 2596 

Kaiser (Ferd P.), St. Louis, 
Mo. 

College banner. Collection of college 
flags. (I 20114, Dec. 3, 1906; 1 photo. 
Dec. 3, 1906. ) 2597 

Kendall (Sergeant), Barry- 
town-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Intent. Oil painting, 50| x 74 in. repre- 
senting interior of house and piazzas 
seen through a door way. Two chil- 
dren seated on the piazza steps, nearly in 
the center of the upright picture. A 
woman with her back turned to the 
spectator is leaning against the first 
doorway through which the scene is 
viewed. (I 20252, Dec. 13, 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 13, 1906.) 2598 

Klackner (C), New York, 
N. Y. 

Wayside inn. Party of four men, three 
seated on raised platform and the fourth 
in path, before an inn. An old man 
in doorway serving a drink to man 
seated under a cage. (I 20175, Dec. 
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Knabbe (Diedrich), Oakland, 
Cal. 
Equality. Oil painting on canvas, size 34 
inches by 62 inches. The painting is 
that of human skulls as follows: The 
skull of a king and his jewels. The 
Indian skull — his feathers and toma- 
hawk. The skull of a cowbov and his 
pistol ... (I 20225, Dec. 11, 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 11, 1906.) 2600 

Landeker & Brown, London, 
England. 
Greatest of all heroes is one. In top cen- 
ter of picture is figure of Christ sup- 
ported on either side by St. Michael 
and St. George. In the foreground are 
grouped thirteen figures representing 
Gordon, Nicholson, xllexander, Joan of 
Arc, etc. (I 20231, Dec. 12, 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 12, 1906.) 2601 

Leclercq (H. S.) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Automobile design. Various types of au- 
tomobiles arranged to make an artistic 
conventional design. ( 1 20109, Nov. 30, 
1906.) 2602 

Christmas bell design. Christmas bells 
of immortelles in a wreath of holly and 
red ribbons, with background of mis- 
tletoe leaves and blossoms. (120107, 
Nov. 30, 1906. ) 2603 

Rose petal design. Stems, buds, leaves, 
and rose petals broken and scattered 
over design. (I 20106, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 

2604 
Violet design. Profusion of purple and 
white violets in combination with clus- 
ters of ferns. ( 1 20108, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 

2605 
1 photo, each Nov. 30, 1906. 

Lee (Jeffrey), Magnolia, 

Miss. 

I am the true vine. Saviour within a 

cluster formed bv a vine and its 

branches. (I 20101, Nov. 28, 1906; 1 

photo. Nov. 28, 1906.) 2606 

Life pub. co., New York, 

N. Y. 

Christmas in the air. Outdoor scene 

crowed city street, filled with hurrying, 

Christmas "shoppers. (I 20200, Dec. 8, 

1906; 1 photo. Dec. 8, 1906.) 2607 

Epithalamium. Group of people, evi- 
dently a family, the father with pen in 
one hand, open check book before him, 
while he hands to a pretty young girl, 
looking over his shoulder, a check. 
(I 20080, Nov. 26, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 
26, 1906.) 2608 



Life pub. co., New York, 
N. Y. 
Experentia docet. Drawing illustrative 
of the various rules for the attainment 
of longevity. One old gentleman 
says don't overwork; another says 
chop a chord of wood every morning 
before breakfast. Another says smoke 
while another savs avoid tobacco. (I 
20197. Dec. 7, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 7, 
1906.) 2609 

Snow flake. Dark haired girl's head 
peering intently through falling snow. 
(I 20161, Dec. 5, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 5, 
1906.) 2610 

Why not, Two poorly clad children 
standing belore a confectioners window, 
which is alluringly decorated with 
holiday dainties. A sign in the corner 
of the window says;— step in and ask 
for one of our old English plum pud- 
dings. (I 20160, Dec. 5, 1906; 1 photo. 
Dec. 5, 1906.) 2611 

Loeb (Louis), New York, 
N. Y. 
Miranda. Painting in oils, 24 x 28 
inches. Light figure of woman, relieved 
against background of green, with 
loosened flowing auburn hair which 
she caresses, robed in white. ( 1 201 59, 
Dec. 5, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 5, 1906.) 

2612 

Lorenz (Richard), New 
York, N. Y. 
Watering place. Summer landscape, 
pond in middle of picture and fore- 
ground white dog in pond in foreground 
bov on white horse in back ground. 
(1*20169, Dec. 6, 1^06; 1 photo. Dec. 
6,1906.) 2613 

Mannelli (Siro), Norfolk, Va. 
John Smith, Jamestown exposition. 
Three medallions; the upper a repre- 
sentation of John Smith; the other two 
an old ship and a modern battle ship. 
(I 20150, Dec. 5, 1906.) 2614 

Medallion having a circular wreath in the 
centre of which is the old seal of Vir- 
ginia. (I 20151, Dec. 5, 1906.) 2615 
1 photo, each Dec. 5, 1906. 

Marquis (William), New 
York, N. Y. 
What fools we mortals be. Man sitting 
in cell. On top the three main reasons 
that bring a man in trouble, horses, 
women, and wine. On left side burglar 
tools, etc., on right side playing cards, 
money, etc. On bottom, a felon's 
grave, skull & bones, and an hour 
glass. (I 20199, Dec. 8, 1906; 1 photo. 
Dec. 8, 1906.) 2616 



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Marsh (Fred Dana), New 
York, N. Y. 
Bridge builders. Extending from right 
to left of picture is a steel girder sus- 
pended from bridge by steel ropes and 
block. Five men at left, In right cen- 
ter four men are working. Lower back- 
ground shows a citv. (I 20249, Dec. 13, 
1906; 1 photo. Dec. 13, 1906.) 2617 

Morris ( Geo. Ford ) , Chicago, 
111. 
Coach stallion, Chanderinager. Black, 
French, coach stallion trotting, with 
man leading in strap. Stone wall in 
background. (I 20217, Dec 10, 1906; 
1 photo. Dec. 10, 1906.) 2618 

Morse ( Lucv G. ) , New York, 
N. Y. 
Piper under a Capri thistle. Two fairies 
on the branch of a thistle. The one 
on the right is in the form of a little 
boy. He is standing under the blos- 
som of the thistle and playing on a 
pipe. The fairy on the left is in the 
form of a little girl in the attitude of 
dancing to the piper's music. ( I 20068, 
Nov. 24, 1906. ) 2619 

Whirl of reins. Y T oung witch riding & 
capering on her broom. One foot rests 
on the handle of the broom, the other, 
back of it is lifted. (I 20067, Nov. 24, 
1906. ) 2620 

1 photo, each Nov. 24, 1906. 

Nardi (J.) company, Boston, 
Mass. 
Reverie. Plaster statue of sitting Cupid, 
13J inches high, 8 inches wide from one 
edge of wing to the other at widest part. 
Left foot crossed over right at ankle. 
Hands crossed over right knee. (I 
20113, Dec. 3, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 3, 
1906. ) 2621 

National lead company, Jer- 
sey City, N. J. 
Little dutch boy painter. Boy seated 
on a scaffold, dressed in characteristic 
dutch costume. Tawny hair long and 
bobbed, face upturned slightly smiling 
and right arm raised aloft with right 
hand grasping paint brash. (I 20099, 
Nov. 28, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 28, 1906. ) 

2622 

Needham (Charles Austin), 
New York, N. Y. 
Statuette in bronze having a base and a 
figure representing a swimming fish. 
The fish is passing over a shoal 
towards deeper water and is lying 
mostly on his side. (I "20241, Dec. 13, 
1906. ) 2623 



Needham (Charles Austin), 
New York, N. Y. 
Statuette in bronze having a base and a 
figure representing a swimming fish. 
The fish is passing through a rift. The 
body is slightlv curved and erect in 
position. (I 20242, Dec. 13, 1906.) 

2624 

Statuette in bronze having a base and 
figure representing a swimming fish. 
The fish is surprised on the shoals and 
is making an excited dash for safetv 
and deeper water. (I 20240, Dec. 13, 
1906. ) 2625 

1 photo, each Dec. 13, 1906. 

Norton (Wm.E.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Tacking ship off shore. Square rigged 
ship in foreground is tacking. For- 
ward sails are flat, the others full. 
High land is the background. ( 1 20251, 
Dec. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 13, 1906.) 

2626 
Orsi (Romolo), Astoria, N. Y. 
Anatomy cast from nature 5 ft 9% inches 
high standing upright on an octagonal, 
3J inches thick base, with open mouth 
so as to plainly show the muscles of 
the face and neck. (I 20201, Dec. 7, 
1906; 1 photo. Dec. 7, 1906.) 2627 

Pennucci (Andrea), Boston, 
Mass. 
Collins memorial. Full length figure of 
ex-Mayor P. A. Collins on pedestal with 
History sitting at left, and Columbia 
standing head bowed. (I 20157, July 
18, 1906; 1 photo. Julv 18, 1906.) 

2628 

Perrv (Roland Hinton), New 
York, N. Y. 
Sleep walker. Statue of nude woman 
holding aloft in her left hand a lighted 
torch, and with the right hand and arm 
extended over which falls drapery that 
sweeps back around her ankles. Her 
eyes are closed. (I 20105, Nov. 30, 
1906; 1 photo. Nov. 30, 1906.) 2629 

Postum cereal companv (lim- 
ited), Battle Creek, Mich. 
Middle aged matron, white hair and 
wearing eyeglasses. ( I 20078, Nov. 26, 
1906; 1 photo. Nov. 26, 1906.) 2630 

Quirk (Nicholas J.), Chicago, 
111. 
Ships of the White Star line. Upright 
panel showing review of 13 black steam- 
ships arranged in 2 columns on serpen- 
tine course from horizon to foreground. 
(I 20158, Dec. 5, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 5, 
1906.) 2631 



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71 



Hanson (Fletcher C.)> New 
York, N. Y. 



Asking his intentions. Interior of par- 
lor. On a sofa at right a young man 
and young woman are seated. ( 1 20170, 
Dec.' 6, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 6, 1906.) 

2632 
Rigg (E. H.), England. 

Eventide. Summer evening landscape 
with full moon. In center foreground 
is a man unhitching team from a plow. 
(I 20164, Dec. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 6, 
1906.) 2633 

Roseland ( Harrv ) , Brook- 
land, N. Y. 

"Dar's the wish, honey!" Painting of ' 
an old colored woman holding the hand 
of a white girl. (I 20192, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2634 

Fateful card. Painting of an old colored 
mammv reading cards to a white girl. ! 
(120191, Dec. 7,1906.) 2635 

Good luck, honey. Painting of an old 
colored mammv reading the palm of a 
white girl. (I 20190, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2636 

Happy future. Painting of an old colored ! 
woman reading the palm of a white 
girl who is seated with another girl on ! 
the floor beside her. (1 20193, Dec. 7, 
1906.) 2637 

Mammy's prophecy. Painting of an old 
colored mammy reading the tea leaves \ 
in a cup to a white girl; both sitting 
down. (120189, Dec. 7, 1906.) 2638 

Warning of the seeress. Painting of an 
old colored woman with some cards on 
a chair in front of her sitting opposite 
two white girls. (1 20194, Dec. 7, 1906. ) ' 

2639 
1 photo, each Dec. 7, 1906. 

Rala (Jean), Paris, France. 

Parisienne. Full length figure of a young ; 
woman dressed in black, black ha! with 
black plumes, furstole and muff. Head 
turned to left looking at collie which is 
at her side, looking up at her. (I 20245, 
Dec. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 13, 1906.) I 

2640 ' 
Scarnecchia (Angelo), Steu- 
benville, Ohio. 

Bust of Christopher Columbus emblem- 
atic to the society of the Knights of Co- 
lumbus, with the emblem of the society 
on the breast of same. Name of the 
society rounding the bottom of the : 
bust. * (I 20244, Dec. 13, 1906; 1 photo. \ 
Dec. 13, 1906.) 2641 



Schwarz (Alfred), Ger- 
many. 
Nathalie. Half figure of a woman, face 
in profile, has brown hair and blue 
eyes, head turned nearly full face. (I 
20165, Dec. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 6, 
1906. ) 2642 

Scribner's(Chas.) sons, New 
York, N. Y. 

Girl, three-quarter length figure with 
large hat, long cloak and muff; drawn 
in pastel. (I 20066, Nov. 24, 1906; 1 
photo. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 2643 

Sherrin (D. ), England. 

Bank of the Severn in Worcestershire 
English landscape after sunset, small 
stream in foreground. (I 20167, Dec. 
6, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 6, 1906.) 2644 

Highland cattle, Loch Kattrine. Scene 
in Scottish highlands. Eight cows 
grazing in center foreground on edge of 
a lake. Nearest cow is a verv light 
color. (120246, Dec. 13, 1906; lphoto. 
Dec. 13, 1906. ) 2645 

Sloan (J. V) & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Baby. Half figure of child with round 

full face, short curly hair, left hand 

holding a rattle. (I 20081, Nov. 26, 

1906; 1 photo. Nov. 26, 1906.) 2646 

Spiel vogel, (Emil), New 
York, N. Y. 

Chaumiere fleurie. Country road in 
Flandres, three women walking. To 
the right, small houses surrounded by 
small flower gardens. (I 20256, Dec. 
14, 1906.) 2647 

En Flandre. Dutch canal, windmill and 
small houses to the left, woman stand- 
ing next to a tree at right, knitting. 
(I 20255, Dec. 14, 1906.) 2648 

1 photo, each Dec. 14, 1906. 

Stewart (Will H.), Geneva, 
N. Y. 
Falls at Kashong creek. Photograph of 
falls at Kashong near Geneva, 5s'. Y. 
Birch tree in foreground with shale 
rock at right side. (I 20226, Dec. 11, 
1906; 1 photo. Dec. 11, 1906. ) 2649 

Straker (J. E. ), Attleboro, 

Mass. 

Flora of corn. Stem intertwining with 

its off shooting leaves and surmounted 

by a kernel of corn. (I 20115, Dec. 3, 

1906. ) 2650 

Flora of holty. Spray of holly showing 
stems, leaves and berrv clusters in their 
natural colors. ( I 20117, Dec. 3, 1906. ) 

2651 



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Straker (J. E.), Attleboro, 

Mass. 

Flora of the columbine. Stem upon 

which are several leaves, two buds and 

a full blown blossom, all shown in their 

natural colors. ( I 20120, Dec. 3, 1906. ) 

2652 
Flora of the cotton plant. Main stem 
from which branch off leaves, buds, 
full blown blossoms, and mature cotton 
bolls, all shown in their natural colors. 
(120119, Lee. 3, 1906.) 2653 

Flora of the daisy. Stem upon which are 
three blossoms with ieaves intertwin- 
ing, all shown in their natural colors. 
(I 20122, Dec. 3, 1906.) 2654 

Flora of the grape vine. Section of vine 
from which depend several leaves and 
bunches of grapes. (I 20116, Dec. 3, 
1906. ) 2655 

Flora of the morning glory. Stem upon 
which are leaves, buds and full bloom 
blossoms, all shown in their natural 
colors. ( I 20126, Dec. 3, 1906. ) 2656 

Flora of the lily of the valley. Flower 
cluster partly enclosed by unfolding 
leaves, all shown in their natural colors. 
(120121, Dec. 3, 1906.) 2657 

Flora of the orange tree. Stem upon 
which are numerous leaves, buds, full 
blown blossoms and fruit, all shown in 
their natural colors. (1 20123, Dec. 3, 
1906. ) 2658 

Flora of the poppy. Stem upon which 
are buds, full blown flowers, and leaves, 
all shown in their natural colors. (I 
20125, Dec. 3, 1906.) 2659 

Flora of the thistle. Stem upon which 
are two flowers and leaves shown in 
their natural colors. (I 20124, Dec. 
3, 1906.) 2660 

Flora of wheat. Stem intertwining with 

its offshooting leaves and surmounted 

bv a grain kernel. (I 20118, Dec. 3, 

1906.) 2661 

1 photo, each Dec. 3, 1906. 

Strauss (Frank V.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Laurels. Ornamental design resembling 
a shield made up of panels of different 
styles, two swords, a laurel wreath, and 
in the lower end tw T o masks. ( I 20196, 
Dec. 7, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2662 
Strauss (Frank V.) & co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Guards. Ornamental tablet having at 
the top of the side posts a sculptured 
human head in full face view. In cen- 
ter of tablet is a small door. (I 20162, 
Dec. 5, 1906. ) 2663 



Strauss (Frank V.) & co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Warrior. On a piece of drapery extend- 
ing the full length of the design is seen 
an Indian in feather headdress, etc., in 
an attitude presumably of defense. (I 
20163, Dec. 5, 1906. ) 2664 

1 photo, each Dec. 5, 1906. 

Thijsen (C. J.), Holland. 
Household cares. Interior of Dutch 
kitchen, in center is a woman in Dutch 
costume pouring water on two pots of 
red geraniums. (I 20166, Dec. 6, 1906; 
1 photo. Dec. 6, 1906. ) 2665 

Thomas (Wm. H.), Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 

Dark polished granite monument, name 
at top of tablet containing three pieces; 
moulding at bottom of tablet polished 
where seen. (1 20147, Dec, 5, 1906. ) 

2666 

Dark polished monument oblong in de- 
sign, plain, and all polished where 
seen. (I 20148, Dec. 5, 1906.) 2667 

Double raised headstone with curved 
raised wreath on front; also the Greek 
letters Alpha-Omega, with Father & 
Mother raised on top. (I 20146, Dec. 
5,1906.) 2668 

Light hammered oblong monument with 
name in top of die, and carved orna- 
ments on corners. (I 20149, Dec. 5 
1906.) 2669 

1 photo, each Dec. 5, 1906. 

Webber (Wesley), New 
York, N. Y. 
Off Fastnett light, — coast of Ireland. 
Evening off coast of Ireland. In center 
foreground is a brig outward bound. 
To right is Fastnett light. In left 
background is a three "funnel steamer. 
(I 20110, Dec. 1, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 1, 
1906.) 2670 

Weidman (G. F. ), Wash- 
ton, D. C. 
Group of time. In which the current 
year is represented by an infant, mother 
Earth, and father Time. Mother Earth, 
sitting in a rocking chair beside a bed 
containing the child, is holding the 
childs hand and looks greatly pleased. 
Father Time stands immediately back 
of the rocker. (I 20253, Dec. 13, 1906; 
1 photo. Dec. 13, 1906.) 2671 

Wenzell (A. B.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Forgiven. Woman kneeling on floor, 
arms extending on a couch and face 
buried in arms. One hand holds a 
handkerchief. (1 20079, Nov. 26, 1906; 
1 photo. Nov. 26, 1906.) 2672 



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73 



Wilson (Frederick), Briar- 
cliff Manor, N. Y. 
Blessed are the pure in heart. Seated 
figure of Christ on left and kneeling I 
figure of female lifting veil on right, 
Angel with palm and book in clouds, I 
cherub heads in opening over top of 
lower panels. ( I 20095, Nov. 27, 1906. ) 

2673 

Guardian angel. Angel with crown of 

stars on right hand panel, children 

. gathering lilies on left, background of 

foliage. (I 20094, Nov. 27, 1906. ) 2674 

1 photo, each Nov. 27, 1906. ) 



Wy man ( Richard ) , London, 
England. 
Drawn blank. Old English inn with 
huntsman and hounds returning after 
an unsuccessful davs sport. (I 20077, 
Nov. 26, 1906. ) 2675 

Hunting morning. Old English inn with 
huntsman & hounds coming past. 
The innkeeper is standing in his door- 
way and a girl is just coming out, car- 
rying a foaming tankard. (I 20076, 
Nov. 26, 1906.) 2676 

1 photo, each Nov. 26, 1906. 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1907 



189 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
51ST CONGRESS, 2nd SESSION, CHAP. 565, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 2 

Nos. 6-9 

FEBRUARY, 1907 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1907 



ENGRAVINGS. CUTS, AND PRINTS: CHROMCS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS: PHOTOGRAPHS: FINE ARTS 



CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titl< - 

Of this Catalogue Part 2 (Periodicals). Part 3 (Music), Part 4 (Engravings) usued monthly 

hereafter, instead of weekly. Part 1 (Books) will be issued every week as heretofore. 

Tlie weekly issue of the numbers of Parts 2, 3, and 4 necessitated search through several short alpha- 
bets in order to locate any given title. To avoid this inconvenience it has been suggested that 
they be published monthly, so that a search through a year of the Catalogue will require the 
examination of only 12 indexes instead of 52 as formerly. 

The last weekly issue* of Part 3 (Engravings, Chromos. Photographs, Fine Arts) was on October 18, 
1906. The first monthly issue is under date of November 15, 1906. 

I i save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by Julia M. Alexander. Charlotte, N. C. Queen 
Charlotte, wife of George III, King of England. Class F, XXc, no. 48602, Dec. 27, 1906: 2 copies 
received Dec. 18, 1906." 



Alexander (Julia M.), Char- 
lotte, X. C. 
Queen Charlotte, wife of George III, 
King of England. (F 48602. Dee. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1907.) 2677 

American art news company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Late (The) Fritz Thaulow in his Paris 
studio. (F 47365, Nov. 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 17, 1906.) 2678 

American-journal-examiner, 

New York. N. Y. 

Adventures of a doughnut. (F 49581, 

Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1907.) 2679 
And her name was Maud. Dec. 23, 1906. 

( F 48562, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 

1906. ) 2680 

And -wasn't Bertie's mamma pleased? 

l F 49653, Jan. 15, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 

1907.) 2681 

Are you sorry for this old man? He is 

having a terrible nightmare. (F 49582, 

Jan. 14. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 2682 
Automobile of the future. (F 49735, 

Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 2683 
Braggo the monk. Ah, putting the 

shot. (F 49523, Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 11, 1907.) 2684 
He appears in the role of Santa 

Glaus. (F 48631, Dec. 27. 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 27, 1906. ) 2685 
He attracts considerable attention. 

(F 49760, Jan. 19, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 

1907.) 2686 
He doesn't mind a little ice. (F 

49434, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 

2687 



American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Braggo the monk. He introduces the 

children. (F 48264. Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 17, 1906.) ~ 2688 
He is snowed under. ( F 49347, 

Jan. 4, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1907. ) 2689 
He is the onlv poet. ( F 48953, Dec. 

19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 2690 

— — He makes himself known. (F 

48958, Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 

1906.) 2691 

He makes the acquaintance of his 

new boss. (F 48668, Dec. 28, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 2692 

He signed his name. (F 49649, 

Jan. 15, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1907.) 2693 

He shows 'em he really can blow. 

(F 49546, Jan. 12. 1907: 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1907.) 2694 

He trained the dog himself. (F 

49489, Jan. 10. 1907: 2 c. Jan. 10, 1907.) 

2695 

He undertakes to cure a cold. (F 

48455, Dec. 22, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 22. 1906. ) 

2696 

He was robbed. (F 49693, Jan. 17, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1907.) 2697 

He's a wonder. (F 48154. Dec. 12, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1906. I 2698 

His son proves to be a regular chip 

of the old block. (F 49327, Jan. 3, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1907.) 2699 

His wonderful mouse trap. (F 

48210, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1906.) 2700 

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American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Braggo the monk. Like love. (F 49443, 

Jan. 8, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 8, 1907.) 

2701 
Centralization, latest popular song. (F 

48335, Dec. 18, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 

2702 
Charlie and George. May I see vou 

home? (F 48267, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 17, 1906.) 2703 
Oh dear, isn't this divine. (F 

48561, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 

1906. ) 2704 
Dec. 30, 1906. ( F 49312, Jan. 2, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 2705 
Jan. 6, 1907. (F 49448, Jan. 8, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1907.) 2706 
Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49655, Jan. 15, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1907.) 2707 

Christmas is coming. (F 48955, Dec. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 19", 1906.) 2708 

Christmas morning! see what Santa Claus 

bringed us. (F 48634. Dec. 27, 1906.) 

2709 
December twenty-six. ( F 48636. Dec. 27, 

1906.) 2710 

2 c. each Dec. 27, 1906. 
Der captain makes a dash for the north 

pole, and dashes back again. (F 48565. 

Dec. 26,, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2711 
Diary of Ananias. Took a ride in the 

subwav vesterdav. (F 49445, Jan. 8. 

1907; 2 c' Jan. 8, 1907.) 2712 
Visited Washington vesterday. (F 

49651, Jan. 15, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1907. ) 

2713 

While taking a walk about town. 

(F 49490, Jan. 10. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1907.) 2714 

First meeting of the house of lemons. (F 
49444, Jan. 8, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1907.) 

2715 

Gentle (The) sex. (F 48449, Dec. 21, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 2716 

Dear, I want you to go shopping. 

(F 48544, Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 
1906.) 2717 

Is Mrs. Jones at home? (F 49694, 

Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1907.) 2718 

Hall room boys. Hello sis. (F 48382, 
Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 2719 

Listen Ferd. (F 48334, Dec. 18, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 2720 

Percv gets a new job for a few min- 
utes. (F 48176, Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
13, 1906.) ■ 2721 

The girls thought they were captains 

of finance. (F 49580, Jan. 14, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1907. ) 2722 

The joke was on the boys. ( F 48559, 

Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26^ 1906.) 2723 



American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Hall room boys. They did not make a 

success as ticket speculators. ( F 49346, 

Jan. 4, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1907.) 2724 
Thev make G. Whatawad envious. 

(F 48635, Dec. 27, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 27, 

1906. ) 2725 
They find an easv way of working 

for their meals ( F 49465, Jan. 9, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 2726 
Thev go to dancing school cfe help 

the professor. (F 49671, Jan. 16, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 16, 1907.) 2727 

Thev plav snap the whip. ( F 

• 48956, "Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 

1906. ) 2728 

Thev see the old vear out. ( F 49326, 

Jan. 3/1907; 2 c, Jan. 3, 1907.) 2729 

They tell about their extensive for- 
eign correspondence. (F 49431, Jan. 
7, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 2730 

They spend a pleasant hour at the 

riding academv. (F 49524, Jan. 11, 
1907/2 c. Jan. 11, 1907. ) 2731 

Thev tell the girls about their friend, 

the actor. ( F 48239, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 15, 1906. 2732 

Why they didn't invite the Million- 
buck girls to the dance. ( F 49734, Jan. 
18, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 2733 

Happvdavs! Oh! happvdavs! (F 49315, 

Jam 2, 1907; 2 c. Jam 2, 1907.) 2734 
Happy, happy Hooligan! he wins out at 

last! ( F 48564, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 

26. 1906.) 2735 

Happy Hooligan's happv New Year. 

Dec. 30, 1906. ( F 4931]", Jan. 2, 1907. ) 

2736 
Happv New Year Maud. Dec. 30, 1906. 

(F 49313, Jan. 2, 1907.) 2737 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

He got his rights in the house of lemons. 

(F 49672, Jan. 16, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 16, 

1907.) 2738 

Her name was Maud. Dec. 16, 1906. (F 

48268, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906. ) 

2739 
Hi lee, hi lo, high lee, high low. (F 

49450, Jan. 8, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1907.) 

2740 
High and low. (F 49307, Jan. 2, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 2741 

His birthday. (F 48632, Dec. 27, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 27, 1906.) 2742 

His holiday dream. Ah, wasn't it lovely. 
(F 49016, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1906. ) 2743 

His name is Happv Hooligan. ( F 48269, 
Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 

2744 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



t ( 



American-journal-examiner, 
Xew York, X. Y. 
His tenth anniversary. ( F 48099, Dec. 
11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 2745 

Hooray ! Happy Hooligan is the favorite 
nephew again. (F 49654, Jan. 15, 
1907.) 2746 

House of lemons discusses rapid transit. 
(F 49650, Jan. 15, 1907.) 2747 

2 c. each Jan. 15, 1907. 

House of lemons receives a delegation. 

• (F 49467, Jan. 9, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 

1907.) 2748 

Human nature. Aren't you ashamed of 
yourselves to be fighting like this in 
the public? (F 49432, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 
c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 2749 

I see by the papers. A friendly call (not 
yet but soon)". (F 48263, Dec. 17, 1906; 



c. Dec. 17, 1906. 



2750 



Boni called to see Anna. (F 48155, 

Dec. 12, 1906; 2c. Dec. 12, 1906.) 2751 

Princeton sets a lemon. ( F 49400, 

Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1907.) 2752 

Sapphira we are back numbers. (F 

4S240, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906). 

2753 

Jungle post office. (F 49306, Jan. 2, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 2754 

Jungle tramp. (F 49763, Jan. 19, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 19, 1907.) 2755 

Just kids. Didn't I tell you. (F 48384, 
Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 

2756 

Hev fellers. (F 48213, Dec. 14, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906. 2757 

I'll learn you to go around. (F 

49324, Jan. 3, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1907.) 

2758 

Sav, Johnnie. (F 49488, Jan. 10, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1907.) 2759 

Seeing Maudie lying dere sleeping. 

(F 49348, Jan. 4, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 4, 
1907. i 2760 

What's the matter with her? (F 

49761, Jan. J9, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 19. 1907.) 

2761 

Whv, Willie, what are you grinning 

about." (F 48 57, Dec. 29, 1906: 2 c. 
Dec. 29, 1906.) 2762 

Katzenjammer kids meet their grand- 
father. It runs in the family. (F 
48270, Dec. 17, 1906: 2 c. Dec. 17, 
1906. ) 2763 

Lad I The) that loved a lady. Alonzo, 
Ah. woe is me, sweet Isabel. (F 48563, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 

2764 

Dec. 30, 1906. (F 49310, Jan. 2, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 2765 



American-journal-examiner, 
Xew York, N. Y. 
Lad (The) that loved a lady. Jan. 6, 
1907. (F 49447, Jan. 8, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 
8,1907.) 2766 

Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49657, Jan. 15, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1907.) 2767 

Love will find a way. Confound it all! 
(F 49325, Jan. 3, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1907. 2768 

Aunt Abigail. (F 48211, Dec. 14, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 2769 

George. Confound it all. (F 49522, 

Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1907.) 

2770 

Yes, Miss Abigail. (F 48385, Dec. 

20, 1906; 2 c. Dec." 20, 1906.) 2771 

Married life of Lulu and Leander. (F 
48266, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 

2772 

Monopoly lodge show. Sure, I'll stick 
to vouse. (F 49762, Jan. 19, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 19, 1907.) 2773 

Monopoly lodge yuletide entertain- 
ments. An unlucky chap named 
McShav. (F 48262, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 17, 1906.) 2774 

Evolution of the common people. 

(F 48156, Dec. 12, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 12. 
1906.) 2775 

The next number is a diverting and 

remarkable troupe. (F 49548, Jan. 12, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1907. ) 2776 

The next number is a diverting holi- 
day fancy. (F 48954, Dec. 19, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 19, 1906. ) 2777 

The next number is a mirthsome 

moving picture. (F 49401, Jan. 5. 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1907.) 2778 

The next number is a realistic 

tableau. ( F 48336, Dec. 18, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 18, 1906.) 2779 

The next number is a series of 

graphic moving pictures. I F 49736. 
Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 

2780 

The next number on the programme 

is a realistic moving picture. (F 48097, 
Dec. 11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 

2781 

Mr. E. Z. Mark assists a sleuth. (F 

48633, Dec. 27, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1906. ) 

2782 

Mr. E. Z. Mark buys old lace. (F 

49487, Jan. 10, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 10. 1907.) 

2783 

Mr. E. Z. Mark gives a reward. (F 
4^549, Jan. 12. 1907: 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1907.) 2784 

Mr. E. Z. Mark helps out. F 4s543, 
Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906. ) 2785 



78 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



1906; 



Dec. 22, 1906. 



2797 



Ame'rican-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Mr. E. Z. Mark is admonished; but — 
(F 49399, Jan. 5. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 5, 
1907. ) 2786 

Mr. E. Z. Mark is easy even at home. 
(F 48150, Dec/ 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, i 
1906.) 2787 ! 

New Year begins w*ell. (F 49314, Jan. 
2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907. 2788 | 

Oh, gentle sleep. (F 48566, Dec. 26, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 2789 j 

Our antidiluvian ancestors. There seems 
to be something unusual going on. (F i 
49328, Jan. 3, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1907.) 

2790 

What are they doing with all those 

rocks? (F 48383, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1906.) 2791 

What the dickens is it? (F 48212, 

Dec, 14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906. 2792 

What's going on there? (F 49466, 

Jan. 9, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 9, 1907. 2793 

Poor Happy is no longer favorite nephew. 
(F 49449, Jan. 8, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 
1907. ) 2794 

Return from the deer hunt. (F 48630, 
Dec. 27, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1906.) 2795 

Says John D. to her: My good woman, 
you are too extravagant. Learn thrift. 
(F 48669, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1906.) 2796 

She goes shopping. (F 48456, Dec, 



Sorrows of Satan. He takes the car 
ahead. (F 48959, Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 29, 1906.) 2798 

He visits the automobile show. (F 

49673, Jan. 16. 1907: 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1907.) 2799 ; 

The tipping system strikes Sheol. 

(F 49309, Jan. 2. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1907.) 2800 

Up-to-date lie-test is too much for 

him. (F 48177, Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. i 
Dec. 13, 1906.) 2801 

Standard oil indictments, with explana- 
tory diagram. (F 49695, Jan. 17, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 17, 1907.) _ 2802 

There are other Siamese twins besides 
Mark Twain's. (F 49329, Jan. 3, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 3, 1907.) 2803 : 

They didn't give it to the rhinoceros. (F 
49451, Jan. 8, 1907; 2c. Jan. 8, 1907.) 

2804 
This is the shopping season. (F 48178, 
Dec. 13. 1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 

2805 



American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Troubles of Pete the pedlar. I represent 

Joblots and Bunkum. (F 48265, Dec. 

17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 2806 

What can you do with those awful kids? 

(F 49652, Jan. 15, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 

1907.) 2807 

What the old year left behind, and John 

D.'s prediction for the new. (F 49330, 

Jan. 3, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1907.) 2808 
When hubbv goes shopping. (F 48560, 

Dec. 26, 1 906 ; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 2809 
Wouldn't it make you mad. After you 

had nromoted one of your promising 

laborers. (F 49433, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 7, 1907.) 2810 

Yeppee! Her name was Maud all right! 
Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49656, Jan. 15, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 15, 1907.) 2811 

Yes, siree! Her name's Maud. Jan. 6, 
1907. (F 49446, Jan. 8, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 
8, 1907.) 2812 

1907. A new book, a clean page. What 
shall we write upon it? (F 49308, Jan. 
2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907. ) 2813 

American poultry journal 
publishing company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Edward B. jr. Prize running white Ply- 
mouth Rock cock, score 96i points. 
(F 49407, Jan. 7, 1907.) 2814 

Mary E. Prize winning white Plymouth 
Rock hen. (F 49408, Jan. 7,' 1907.) 

2815 
2 c. each Dec. 26, 1906. 

Anketell (E. N.), Manteo, 
N. C. 
Bit of history on granite, historic Roanoke 
island. ( F 47959, Dec. 10, 1906. ) 2816 
2 c. Jan. 4, 1907. 

Arnold (Laban A. ), Denver, 
Colo. 
Book diploma, shorthand department, 
1. (F 46280, Sept, 22, 1906.) 2817 

business department. 2. (F 46281, 

Sept, 22, 1906.) 2818 

1 c. each Oct. 15, 1906; 1 c, each 
Dec, 22, 1906. 

Art and color company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Chicago, 59. (F 48430, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2819 
Cleveland, 60. (F 48431, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

oaoQ 
Detroit, 65. (F 48432, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

2821 
Washington, 66. ( F 48433, Dec. 7, 1906. ) 

2822 

2 c. each Dec. 7, 1906. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



79 



Art color company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Cornell college flag. (F 48553, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2823 

Harvard college flag. (F 48552, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2824 

Princeton college flag. (F 48551, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2825 

Yale college flag. (F 48554, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 2826 

2 c. each Dec. 26, 1906. 

Atlas storage company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Lost ( The) dog. ( F 49013, Dec. 2 / 
Which wins. (F 49014, Dec. 27 



1906.) 
2827 

1906.) 
2828 



2 c. each Nov. 27, 1906. 

Babbitt (D. S.), Sanford, 
Florida. 
Banana bud, bloom and fruit. (F 49690, 
Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1907.) 

2829 
Bankers, mining and devel- 
opment company, Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. 
There's an income for vou from Mexico. 
(F 49494, Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1907.) 2830 

Barrie (Geo.) & sons, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Senor Don Ismael Montes, president of 
Bolivia. (F 49521, Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 11, 1907.) 2831 

Belden (Paul), Arlington, 
N. J. 
Ladv of Nome. (F 49470, Dec. 29, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 2832 

Bell (J. P.) company, Lynch- 
burg, Va. 
R. M. W. C. (F 49196, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 

2833 
V. C. C. (F 49197, Jan. 2, 1907.) 2834 
2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Bienemann (Cornelius), Kicka- 

poo, 111. 

Bienemann (Cornelius). (F 48644, Dec. 

28, 1906: 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906.) 2835 

Wonder of the world. (F 47699, Nov. 

17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 2836 

Bierach (S. E.),S. Pasadena, 
Cal. 
Faith, hope, and charitv. 1. (F 46110, 
Oct. 8, 1906. ) 2837 

New Year design. 3. (F 46112, Oct. 8, 
1906.) 2838 

Toyseller. 2. (F 46111, Oct, 8, 1906.) 

2839 
1 c. each Oct. 8, 1906; 1 c. each 
Nov. 17, 1906. 



Bickley (George R.), Pasa- 
dena, Cal. 
Copa de oro held bv gentlest spring. (F 
48338, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1906.) 

2840 
Blanchard, Young & co., 
Providence, R. I. 
Give him the hook. (F 49394, Jan. 5, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1907.) 2841 

Blecker (Georg H.), Mans- 
field, Ohio. 
Dexter at Buffalo 1866. Budd Doble 
up. (F 48434, Dec. 21. 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
21, 1906. ) 2842 

Bommer bros., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Bommer, spring hinge factory, Brook- 
lvn, N. Y. (F 49437, Jan. 7, 1907; 2c. 
Dec. 29, 1906.) 2843 

Book news monthly, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Bringing home the bride. Thomas Ho- 
venden. (F 48573, Dec. 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 22, 1906. ) 2844 

Christmas rose. Alice Barber Stephens. 
(F 48572, Dec. 7, 1906. ) 2845 

Evening hvmn to the virgin. Bonguereau. 
(F 48571, Dec. 7, 1906. ) 2846 

2 c. each Nov. 27, 1906. 

Boston herald company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Barnev Blue. Oct. 21. 1906. (F 46614, 
Oct.*' 19, 1906.) 2847 

Billy the Bold. Oct. 21,1906. (F 46610. 
Oct, 19, 1906. ) 2848 

2 c. each Oct, 20, 1906. 
Bunnv Bright, Oct, 21, 1906. (F46613, 
Oct 19, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 1906.) 2849 
Phil. Phat. Oct. 21, 1906. (F 46611, 
Oct, 19, 1906.) 2850 

Swappping Silas. Oct. 21, 1906. (F 
46615, Oct. 19, 1906.) 2851 

Val the Ventriloquist. Oct. 21, 1906. 
(F 46612; Oct. 19, 1906.) 2352 

2 c. each Oct. 20, 1906. 

Bowden, (C. F. ), Muncie, 
Ind. 
Our babv. (F 48585, Dec. 27, 1906; 2 c. 
Nov. 21, 1906.) 2853 

Bowles (Joseph B. ), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Adventures of Peck's bad boy. Pa 
adonts a desperate expedient. (F 
48237, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15. 1906.) 

2854 

-Pa is tempted bv a motor-cvcJe. 

(F 48482, Dec. 24. 1906; 2 c. Dec". 24. 
1906.) 2855 

Pa takes a Turkish bath. (F 49397, 

Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1907. ) 2856 



80 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTEIES 



Brooke (Mrs. Minnie E. ), 
Chevy Chase, Md. 
View in Rock Creek park. 1. ( F 45793, 

Sept, 22, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 2857 

2. (F 45794, Sept. 22, 1906.) 2858 

3. (F 45795, Sept. 22, 1906.) 2859 

2 c. each Nov. 10, 1906. 

4. (F 45796, Sept. 22, 1906.) 2860 

5. (F 45797, Sept. 22, 1906.) 2861 

6. (F 45798, Sept. 22, 1906.) 2862 

2 c. each Dec. 11, 1906. 

7. ( F 48030, Dec. 11, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 

10,1906.) 2863 

Brownson (Walter G. ), 

Toledo, Ohio. 

Face in the moon and instructions how 

to find it. (F 49453, Jan. 8, 1907; 2 c. 

. Dec. 26, 1906.) 2864 

Budget company, Boston, 

Mass. 

Avery (N. P.) (F 48405, Dec. 20, 1906.) 

2865 

Barton (Charles J.) (F 48404, Dec. 20, 

1906. ) 2866 

Bradford ( Frederick O. ) ( F 48401 , Dec. 

20, 1906.) 2867 

Casev (James B.) (F 48407, Dec. 20, 

1906.) 2868 

Ford (Marshall R.) (F 48399, Dec. 20, 

1906.) . 2869 

Grimmons (Chas. A.) (F 48398, Dec. 



20, 1906. ) 


2870 


Houston (William F 
20, 1906. ) 


.) (F 48406, Dec. 
2871 


Pinnock (Thos. G.) 
1906. ) 


(F 48400, Dec. 20, 
2872 


Thompson (James.) 
1906.) 


(F 48403, Dec. 20, 
2873 


Wood (Roswell L.) 
1906. ) 


(F 48402, Dec. 20, 
2874 


2 c. each Dec. 20, 


1906. 



Cary (Luther H.), Boston, 
Mass. 
Christmas greetings. (F 46084, Oct. 6, 
1906; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1907.) 2875 

Chandler (Theophilus Par- 
sons), Philadelphia, Pa. 
Calvarv Presbyterian church, Philadel- 
phial (F 49245, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 
20, 1906.) 2876 

Chickering (Elmer), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Bovnton (Thomas J.) (F 48416, Dec. 
20, 1906.) 2877 

Dwyer (Michael F.) (F 48413, Dec. 20, 
1906.) 2878 

Kane (John P. ) (F 48417, Dec. 20, 1906.) 

2879 



Chickering (Elmer), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Parsons (Henrv). (F 48415, Dec. 20, 
1906.) 2880 

Thompson (Thomas). (F 48414, Dec. 
20, 1906.) 2881 

2 c. each Dec. 20, 1906. 

Clark (Alfred H.), Lancas- 
ter, Mass. 
Two shepherds, a rdog and a flock of 
sheep. (F 48258, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 17, 1906.) 2882 

Clayton (Geo. W. ), Chicago, 
111. 
Raggs. (F 48574, Dec. 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 22, 1906. ) 2883 

Clements (William W.), 
Covington, Ky. 
Rapid transit, (F 48333, Dec. 18, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 2884 

Colby (Vincent V. ), Denver, 
Colo. 
All I did was growl a little. (F 48575, 
Dec. 24, 1906;' 2 c. Dec. 22, 1906. ) 2885 

Coleman (Emmet G. ), 
Rocky Mount, Va. 
Evolution of a boy who would not drink. 
(F 46945, Nov: 7, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 
1906.) 2886 

Colorado iron works com- 
pany, Denver, Colo. 
Charging buggy. (F 49389, Jan. 4, 1907. ) 

2887 
Hancock jig. (F 49388, Jan. 4, 1907. ) 

2888 
2 c. each Jan. 4, 1907. 

Pipe sampler. (F 49715, Jan. 18, 1907.) 

2889 
Portable concentrating mill. (F 49717, 
Jan. 18, 1907.) 2890 

2 c. each Jan. 18, 1907. 

Revolving buddle. (F 49387, Jan. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 4, 1907.) 2891 

Tailings sampler. (F 49716, Jan. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 2892 

Columbia calendar company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Courting trouble. (F 48481, Dec. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 2893 

Flaw (A) in the deed. (F 48537, Dec. 
24, 1906. ) 2894 

Symbols of love. (F 48535, Dec. 24, 
1906,) 2895 

October (An) morning. (F 48536, Dec. 
24, 1906.) 2896 

2 c. each Dec. 24, 1906. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



81 



Conklin (David Bruce), 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
| Should auld acquaintance be forgot. ( F 
49317, Jan. 3, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1907.) 

2897 
Cooledge(C. D.), Eden, Vt. 
Acrostic post card series, no. 3. (Vt. ) 
(F 47861, Dec. 5, 1906.) 2898 

4. (Mo.) (F 47862, Dec. 5, 1906.) 

2999 
2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 

Cooper (William A.), 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

; Bathers. (F 49201* Jan. 2, 1907.) 2900 

Before sunrise. (F 49215, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

2901 
Bright moonlight in Sweden. (F 49199, 

Jan. 2, 1907. ) 2902 

Cattle at rest. (F 49204. Jan. 2, 1907.) 

2903 
Cattle in the meadow lands. (F 49208, 

Jan. 2, 1907. ) 2904 

Combat, (F 49205, Jan. 2, 1907.) 2905 
Feeding time. (F 49211, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

2906 
Fleeing from the flames. (F 49212, Jan. , 

2, 1907.) 2907 

French fishing boats. (F 49213, Jan. 2, 

1907. ) 2908 

Grief of the pasha. (F 49203, Jan. 2, 

1907. ) 2909 

In the harvest field. (F 49209, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 2910 

Judgment of Paris. (F 49202, Jan. 2. 

1907.) 2911 

Pasture by the wood on the road from 

Honfleur to Villerville. (F 49214, Jan. 

2. 1907.) 2912 

Piece in danger. Cavalrv charge on bat- 

tery of field artillery. (F 49200, Jan. 

2. 1907.) 2913 

Queen of the camp. (F 49207, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 2914 

Keconnoissance. (F 49210, Jan. 2. 

1907.) 2915 

Vidette. (F 49206, Jan. 2, 1907.) 2916 
2 c each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Cooper novelty company, 

Stuyvesant Falls, X. Y. 

Emergency brake. (F 48473, Dec. 24, 

1906.) ' 2917 

Hearts renovated by compressed air. ( F 

48477, Dec. 24, 1906.) 2918 

Listen to the mocking bird. (F 48478, 

Dec. 24, 1906.) 2919 

My love lies a' dreaming. (F 48475, i 

Dec. 24, 1906.) 2920 

No lemon in ours. (F 48476, Dec. 24, 

1906.) 2921 



Cooper noveltv company, 
Stuyveasnt Falls, N. Y. ' 
On the bargain counter. (F 48469, Dec. 
24, 1906. ) 2922 

To keep your love warm. (F 48471, 
Dec. 24, '1906.) 2923 

Two hearts that beat as one. (F 48470, 
Dec. 24, 1906.) 2924 

Valentine; love avenue and cupid line, 
transfer. (F 48479, Dec. 24, 1906.) 

2925 
We're now on the gasolene wagon, Car- 
' bureta Bill. (F 48472, Dec. 24, 1906.) 

2926 
You' re the whole bunch. ( F 48474, Dec. 
24, 1906.) 2927 

2 c. each Dec. 24, 1906. 

Cox (Arthur H.), Mattoon, 

111. 

Galley slave. (F 48541, Dec. 24, 1906. ) 

2928 
Me too. (F 48540, Dec. 24, 1906.) 2929 
Prospecting. (F 48539, Dec. 24, 1906.) 

2930 
Rushin' Sortariski. (F 48542, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 2931 

2 c. each Dec. 24, 1906. 

Coyle (Joseph A.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Study in pipes. (F 49402, Jan. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 4, 1907. ) 2932 

Creasey (Samuel E. ), San- 
ford. Me. 
Goodall {Hon. Thomas) (F 48339, Dec. 
15, 1906.) 2933 

Sanford mills. (F 48340, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

2934 
2 c. each Dec. 15, 1906. 

Curry (W.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
Autumn leaves. ( F 49172, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

2935 
Childhood's happy davs. (F 49175, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 2936 

Circumstantial evidence. (F 49173, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 2937 

Fast friends. (F 49169, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

2938 
How does this suit you? (F 49171, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 2939 

I love you, grandma. (F 49170, Dec. 31, 

1906.') 2940 

It's good for what ails you. (F 49179, 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 2941 

Jov to the bride. (F 49174, Dec. 31, 

1906. ) 2942 

June roses. (F 49168, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

2943 
Oar little grandmother. (F 49180, Dec. 

31,1906.) 2944 



82 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Curry (W.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pig-a-back. (F 49178, Dec 31, 1906.) 

2945 

Preparing for a dip. (F 49182, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 2946 

Products of the farm. (F 49176, Dec. 31, 
1906.) 2947 

Twentieth century farmer. (F 49181, 
Dec. 31, 1906.) ' 2948 

Yes, I caught 'em all. (F 49177, Dec. 
31, 1906.) 2949 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Darby fire company no. 1, 
Darby, Pa/ 
Original (The) Darbv fire ram. ( F 48362, 
Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906. ) 2950 

Daughters of the Confeder- 
acy, Greensboro, N. C. 
Banner used by the Ku Klux. (F 48327, 
Dec. 18, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906. ) 2951 

Davis (J. ), Philadelphia, Pa. 
Fine team. (F 49570, Jan. 12, 1907, ) 

2952 

In the gloaming. (F 49569, Jan. 12, 

1907.) 2953 

In the same boat, (F 49564, Jan. 12, 
1907.) 2954 

Lights and shadows. (F 49561, Jan. 12, 
1907. ) 2955 

Meadow brook. ( F 49567, Jan. 12, 1907. ) 

2956 

Moonlight. (F 49559, Jan. 12, 1907.) 

2957 

Old farm. ( F 49555, Jan. 12, 1907. ) 2958 

Old sports. (F 49565, Jan. 12, 1907.) 

2959 
Old willows. (F 49572, Jan. 12, 1907.) 

2960 
On the alert. (F 49556, Jan. 12, 1907.) 

2961 
Original belle. (F 49558, Jan. 12, 1907. ) 

2962 
Palm Beach. (F 49566, Jan. 12, 1907.) 

2963 
Playmates. (F 49563, Jan. 12, 1907.) 

2964 
Sunset. (F 49562, Jan. 12, 1907.) 2965 

Sunset glow. (F 49568, Jan. 12, 1907.) 

2966 
To the rescue. (F 49573, Jan. 12, 1907.) 

2967 
Trustworthy. (F 49557, Jan. 12, 1907.) 

2968 
Village brook. (F 49571, Jan. 12, 1907. ) 

2969 

Young: financier. (F 49560, Jan. 12, 

1907. ) 2970 

2 c. each Jan. 12, 1907. 



Dawson (W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Best in his class. (F 49144, Dec. 31, 
1906.) 2971 

By the old brook. (F 49145, Dec. 31, 
1906. ) 2972 

Doctor (The) (F 49153, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

2973 
Early spring. (F 49152, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

2974 

Embarrassing situation. (F 49143, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 2975 

Fresh daily. (F 49147, Dec. 31,1906.) 

2976 
I'm busy too. (F 49148, Dec. 31, 1906.) L 

2977 

In the old farmyard. (F 49149, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 2978 

Look pleasant, bossy ! ( F 49146, Dec. 31 , 

1906.) 2979 

Look what Santa Claus brought. (F 

49150, Dec. 31, 1906.) 2980 

Rehearsal (The). (F 49151, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 2981 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Decker (Winfield S.), Plain- 
field, N. Y. 
Angel with candles. (F 48534, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 2982 

Butler with turkey. (F 48531, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 2983 

Fire-place scene. (F 48533, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 2984 

Holly and mistletoe. (F 48532, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 2985 

2 c. each Dec. 24, 1906. 

DeLand (Theodore L.), jr. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Devils own trick. ( F 49741, Jan. 5, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 5, 1907.) 2986 

Detroit publishing company, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Guitar (The). 65001. (F 49731, Jan. 

18, 1907.) 2987 

Nellie Custis at Mt, Vernon. 65000. (F 

49730, Jan. 18, 1907.) 2988 

New game. 65003. (F 49733, Jan. 18, 

1907. ) 2989 

Sewing room. 65002. (F 49732, Jan. 18, 

1907.) 2990 

2 c. each Jan. 18, 1907. 
Dreyfus (B.), United States. 
Andrews (Prof. Samuel) . (F 49248, Jan. 

2, 1907. ) 2991 

Davis (P. M. W. H. ) (F 49252, Jan. 2. 

1907. ) 2992 

Guthrie (Mayor.) (F 49251, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 2993 

Humphreys (Miles S.) (F 49249, Jan. 

2, 1907. ) 2994 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



83 



Dreyfus (B.), United States. 
Ridgway (Frank) (F 49250, Jan. 2, 
1907.) 2995 

Stuart (Gov.) (F 49253, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

2996 
2 c. each Dec 24, 1906. 

Egelhof (F. L. ), Dubuque, 

Iowa. 

Bank and insurance building, Dubuque, 

la. (F4S951, Dec. 28, 1906.) 2997 

Count v court house, Dubuque, la. 

(F 48945, Dec. 28, 1906.) 2998 

Fourth street hill elevator 300 ft. above 

citv, Dubuque, la. (F 48949, Dec. 

28," 1906.) 2999 

I High bridge across the Mississippi river, 

from Eagle point, Dubuque, la. (F 

48947, Dec. 28, 1906.) 3000 

j High school Dubuque, la. (F 48943, 

Dec. 28, 1906. 3001 

I Main st. looking south from eleventh St., 

Dubuque, la. (F 48950, Dec. 28, 

1906.) 3002 

Post office, Dubuque, la. (F 48944, 

Dec. 28, 1906.) 3003 

Seminarv hill, cor. 17th & Madison sts., 

Dubuque, la. ( F 48952, Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

3004 

Tomb of Julien, Dubuque, Iowa. (F 

48946, Dec. 28, 1906. ) 3005 

Train <k wagon bridge over the Missis- 

sipDi, connecting Dubuque, Iowa, with 

East Dubuque, Illinois. ( F 48948, Dec. 

28. 1906.) 3006 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

Elson (A.W.) &co., Boston. 

Mass. 

Dutch kitchen bv H. Valkenburg. (F 

46704, Oct. 30, 1906.) 3007 

Fish wharves at Gloucester by E. G. 

Hornby. (F 46703, Oct. 30, 1906. ) 

3008 

2 c. each Oct. 31, 1906. 

Longfellow's house. (F 41739, April 30, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 3009 

Portland headlight. (F 48185, Dec. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906.) 3010 

Stormy day on the North Sea bv Henri 

Stacquet. (F 46705, Oct. 30, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 31, 1906.) 3011 

Syndics (The) bv Rembrandt. (F 49398, 

Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1907.) 3012 

Ewart, ( Wm. Earl ), Topeka, 

Kans. 

Business high school, Washington, D. C. 

140. ( F 48296, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 

17,1906.) 3013 

Cedar Rapids high school, Cedar Rapids. 

Iowa. 61. (F 48347, Nov. 30, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 30, 1906.) 3014 



Ewart (Wm. Earl), Topeka, 
Kans. 
College of Emporia, Emporia, Kansas. 
141. (F 48300, Dec. 17, 1906.) 3015 
Colorado school of mines, Golden, Colo. 
99. (F 48298, Dec. 17, 1906.) 3016 
2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 

Cottev college, Nevada, Mo. 144. (F 
49746, Jan. 10, 1907.) 3017 

Emerson society, Cottev college, Nevada, 
Mo. (F 49745, Jan. 10, 1907. ) 3018 
2 c. each Jan. 10, 1907. 

Louisiana State university, Baton Rouge, 
La. 111. (F 48297, Dec. 17, 1906; 2c. 
Dec. 17, 1906.) 3019 

Magnoperian society, Cottev college, Ne- 
vada, Mo. 146/ (F 49744, Jan. 10, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1907. ) 3020 

Newcomb college, New Orleans. La. 1 16. 
(F 48303, Dec. 17, 1906.) 3021 

Salt Lake high school, Salt Lake Citv. 
Utah. 124^ (F 48299, Dec. 17, 1906. i 

3022 
2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 

Smith college, Northampton, Mass. no. 

115 A. (F 48349, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 3023 
Smith college, Northampton, Mass. no. 

115 B. (F ,18350, Nov. 30, 1906. ) 3024 
Smith college. Northampton, Mass. no. 

115 C. ( F 48351 , Nov. 30, 1906.) 3025 
2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906. 
University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. 

139. (F 48301, Dee. 17, 1906.) 3026 
University of Pennsylvania, Pa. 106. 

(F 48302, Dec. 17, 1906. I 3027 

2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 

Utah university, Salt Lake citv, Utah t 
no. 68. (F 48344, Nov. 30, 1906.) 3028 

Washington and Lee university, Lexing- 
ton, Va. no. 35. ( F 48346; Nov. 30, 
1906.) 3029 

2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906. 

Washington university, St. Louis, Mo. 
22. (F 49743, Jan. 10, 1907; 2 c. .Ian. 
10, 1907.) 3030 

Wendell Phillips high school. Chicago, 
111. no. 109. (F 48345, Nov.'SO, 1906.) 

3031 
Wittenberg college, Springfield, Ohio, 
no. 125. " (F 48348. Nov. 30. 1906. I 

3032 
2 c. each Nov. 30. 1906. 

Faulkner (C. W. ) <k eo., 

London, England. 

His first suit. (F 46481, Oct. 22, 1906. I 

3033 
Sc-saw. (F 46482, Oct. 22, 1906. t 3034 
2 c. each Oct. 22, 1906. 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Ferguson (Chas. W. ), Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 
Mike darliu, let's dash by McGinty's. 
(F 48108, Nov. 30, 1906;*2 c. Nov. 30, 
1906.) 3035 

Fine arts publishing com- 
pany (Limited), Lon- 
don, England. 
Bashful (The) suitor. Jozef Israels. (F 

47543, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 3036 
Castle Bentheim. Jacob Ruijsdael. (F 

47527, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 3037 
Cattle by a stream. Constant Trovon. 

(F 47526, Nov. 24, 1906.) 3038 

Cavalier writing. Metsu. (F 47530, Nov. 

24, 1906.) 3039 

Christ bearing the cross. M . Van Cox- 

cien. (F 47538, Nov. 24, 1906.) 3040 
Entrance to Grand Canal, Venice. 

J. M. W. Turner. (F 47541, Nov. 24, 

1906.) 3041 

Hav cart (The) Gainsborough. (F 

47545, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 3042 

Idyll (An) Maurice Greiffenhagen. (F 

47540, Nov. 24, 1906.) 3043 

Immaculate (The) Conception. Murillo. 

(F 47532, Nov. 24, 1906.) 3044 

I m m o r t a 1 i t e ( L' ) Fantin-Latour. ( F 

47521, Nov. 24, 1906.) 3045 

Landscape (A) Corot, (F 47517, Nov. 

24, 1906.) 3046 

Laughing cavalier. Frans Hals. (F 

47519, Nov. 24, 1906.) 3047 

Madonna and Angels. Botticelli. (F 

47544, Nov. 24. 1906. ) 3048 
Man with a guitar. Jan Steen. (F 

47539, Nov. 2i, 1906.) 3049 

Mary Magdalene at the tomb of our 
Saviour. J. J. Henner. (F 47534, 
Nov. 24, 1906.) 3050 

Meeting ( The ) of Dante and Beatrice. H . 
Holidav. (F 47536, Nov. 24, 1906.) 

3051 
Old Scotch hrs. J. McWhirter, R. A. ( F 

47528, Nov. 24, 1906.) 3052 

Outward bound. Sir E. J. Povnter, 
P. R. A. (F 47524, Nov. 24, 1906.) 

3053 

Playing at soldiers. Morland. (F 47529, 
Nov. 24, 1906.) 3054 

Rixe (La) J. L. E. Meissonier. (F 

47528, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 3055 

Salisbury cathedral. Constable. (F 
47537, Nov. 24, 1906.) 3056 

Salmon ( A ) stream. J. Docharty, R. S. A. 
(F 47542, Nov. 24, 1906.) 3057 

Sistine Madouna. Raphael. ( F 47533, 
Nov. 24, 1906.) 3058 



Fine arts publishing com- 
pany (Limited), Lon- 
don, England. 
Toil, glitter, grime & wealth. W. L. 
Wyliie, A. R. A. (F 47520, Nov. 24, 
1906. 3059 

Venus with mirror. Velasquez. (F 
47518, Nov. 24, 1906.) 3060 

ViewofVille d'Avray. Corot. (F47522, 
Nov. 24, 1906.) 3061 

Vive P Empereur. Friedland, 1807. 
J. L. E. Meissonier. ( F 47535, Nov. 24, 
1906. ) 3062 

Waterloo. Philippoteaux. (F 47523, 
Nov. 24, 1906.) 3063 

William II, Prince of Orange. Van Dvck, 
(F 47531, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 3064 

2 c. each Nov. 16, 1906. 

Forbes {Mrs. Armitage S.C. ) 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
El Camino real. (F 48165, Dec. 4, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 4, 1906. ) 3065 

Freer (Charles L. ), Detroit, 

Mich. 

Annabel Lee. Pastel by Whistler. (F 

48439, Dec. 21, 1906.) 3066 

Kakemono, painted by Sotatsu. (F 

48427, Dec. 21, 1906.) 3067 

Leyland (F. R. ), Whistler's portrait of. 

(F 48443, Dec. 21, 1906.) 3068 

Little London. ( F 48444, Dec. 21, 1906. ) 

3069 

Screen with six leaves, painted by Sesson. 

(F 48428, Dec. 21, 1906.) 3070 

Twilight in May. (F 48442, Dec. 21, 

1906.) 3071 

Virgin. (F 48440, Dec. 21, 1906.) 3072 

Whistler's Harmony in purple and gold. 

No. 2. The- golden screen. (F 48441, 

Dec. 21, 1906.) 3073 

2 c. each Dec. 21, 1906. 

Frost & Reed, Bristol, Eng- 
land. 
Homeward. (F 46277, Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 22, 1906. ) 3074 

Parting wavs. (F 45615, Sept. 17, 1906; 
2 c. Sept," 23, 1906.) 3075 

Funsten brothers & co., 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Correct (The) way to prepare furs for 
market. (F 48360, Nov. 24, 1906. ) 3076 
Funsten trapper girl. (F 48361, Nov. 24, 
1906.) 3077 

2 c. each Nov. 12, 1906. 
Funsten trapper girl. (F 48429, Dec. 20, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 3078 

Fur bearing animals. ( F 48359, Nov. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 24,1906.) 3079 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



85 



Golinsky (Captain Mark), 

New York, X. Y. 

U. S. stop! American productions shall 

be shipped in American built vessels. 

(F 48576, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 

1906.) 3080 

(ionner (Frank), Durango, 
Colo. 
Aztec ruin. (F 46759. Oct. 30, 1906. ) 

3081 

Balcony house, Mancos canon. (F46760, 

Oct. 30, 1906. ) 3082 

Balcony ruin. Ruin in Mancos canon. 

(F 46758, Oct. 30, 1906. ) 3083 

Cliff palace. Ruin in Mancos canon. 

( F 46756, Oct. 30, 1906. ) 3084 

Double-heading in Rockies. (F 477SW, 

Dec. 3, 1906. ) 3085 

Spruce tree house. Ruin in Mancos 

canon. (F 46757, Oct. 30, 1906.) 3086 

Ute Indian camp. (F 46755, Oct. 30, 

1906.) 3087 

2 c. each Oct. 30, 1906. 

Grannis press (Incorporated), 
New York, X. Y. 
Grannis press souvenir calendar, 1907. 
(F 49395, Jan. 4, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1906.) 3088 

Gubelman companv, New 
York, N. Y." 
View of Montgomery street, Jersey City 
from ferrv landing. (F 49198, Jan. 2, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 3089 

Gutmann & Gutmann, New 
York, N. Y. 
Mischief. (F 49484, Jan. 10, 1907.) 

3090 
New love. (F 49482, Jan. 10, 1907.) 
2 c. each Jan. 10, 1907. 3091 

Haddock (Frank C. ), New- 
ton, Mass. 
Four-fold-life club initial, I. (F 49296, 
Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 3092 

Hanger (S. T.), Portsmouth, 
Ya. 
Jamestown ter-centennial exposition, 
1607-1907. (F 49339, Jan. 4 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 4, 1907.) 3093 

Hardenbrook (William Ten 

Eyck), Landing, N. J. 

Officers, directors and trustees, of banks 

and trust companies in the citv of New 

York, 1906. (F 46539, Oct. 25. 1906; 

2 c Dec. 22, 1906.) 3094 

Harris (Joel Chandler), At- 
lanta. Ga. 
Brer rabbit brings the tar baby to life. 
Dec. 16, 1906. (F 48295, Dec. 17, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 3095 



Harris (Joel Chandler), At- 
lanta, Ga. 
Brer rabbit takes brer b'ar to call on the 
tar baby. (F 48494, Dec. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 24, 1906. ) 3096 

Haskin (B. E. ), Chicago, 
111. 
When the leaves begin to turn. (F 
37026, Nov. 13, 1905; 2 c. Nov. 13, 
1906.) 3097 

Haviland (Agness), New 
( Means, La. 
Collarology. ( F 49396, Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 15/1907.) 3098 

Hazen (J. E.), Topeka, 
Kans. 
Kansas semi-centennial, 1911. (F 48363, 
Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1906. ) 3099 

Heal (W. S.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Ain' got no needle. (F 49660, Jan. 15, 
1907.) 3100 

Darning needles. (F 49661, Jan. 15, 
1907.) 3101 

Four aces. (F 49658, Jan. 15, 1907.) 

3102 

Needles and pins. (F 49662, Jan. 15, 

1907.) 3103 

Pointed problems. (F 49659, Jan. 15, 

1907.) 3104 

Stitch in time. (F 49663, Jan. 15, 1907. ) 

2 c. each Jan. 15, 1907. 3105 

Hill (R.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

Blacksmith's daughter. (F 49541, Jan. 

12, 1907.) 3106 

Camp-fire yarns. (F 49542, Jan. 12, 

1907.) 3107 

Night before Christmas. (F 49544, Jan. 

12, 1907.) 3108 

' Old love letters. (F 49543, Jan. 12, 

1907.) 3109 

2 c. each Jan. 5, 1907. 

Hillersohn (Louis A.), Wil- 
mington, Del. 

Court house, Wilmington , Del. ( F 48462, 
Dec. 18, 1906.) 3110 

Delaware historical society building, 924 
Market st,, Wilmington, Del. (F 
48461, Dec. 18, 1906.) 3111 

Delaware hospital, Wilmington, Del. (F 
48468, Dec. 18, 1906.) 3112 

Fourth street looking west from Wash- 
ington street, Wilmington, Del. (F 
48466, Dec. 18, 1906.) 3113 

House of the Fame hose steam fire engine 
company, Wilmington, Del. (F 48464, 
Dec. 18, 1906.) 3114 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Hillersohn (Louis A.), Wil- 
mington, Del. 
No. 24 school house, Wilmington, Del. 
(F 48463, Dec. 18, 1906.) 3115 

Old Swede's church, Wilmington, Del. 
(F 48465, Dec. 18, 1906.) 3116 

Washington street bridge, Wilmington, 
Del. (F 48467, Dec. 18, 1906.) 3117 
2 c. each Dec. 18, 1906. 

Hopkins (Cordelia ().), To- 
ledo, Ohio. 
Arlington national cemetery, Va. (F 
44264, Julv 31, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907. ) 

3118 

Horney & Chapman, Chilli- 

cothe, Ohio. 

Entrance to Yoctangee park. ( F 49723, 

Jan. 18, 1907.) 3119 

Island, Yoctangee park. (F 49724, Jan. 

18, 1907.) 3120 

Lake, Yoctangee park. ( F 49725, Jan. 18, 

1907.) 3121 

Meade paper mills. (F 49727, Jan. 18, 

1907.) 3122 

Mt. Logan & Scioto river. (F 49726, 

Jan. 18, 1907. ) 3123 

Original state house. (F 49728, Jan. 18, 

1907.) 3124 

Scioto vallev from Egypt road. (F 

49729, Jam 18,1907.) ' 3125 

Yoctangee park. (F49722, Jan. 18, 1907. ) 

3126 
2 c. each Jan. 18, 1907. 

Hovey (Edwin D.), Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 
Japanese fringe-tail gold fish. (F 48107, 
Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906. ) 3127 

Howes (Helen S. ), Los An- 
geles, Cal. 
I'll eat oranges for you and you throw 
snow balls for me/ (F 49491, Jan. 10, 
1907.) 3128 

I'll throw snowballs for you and you eat 
oranges for me. (F 49492, Jan. 10, 
1907.") 3129 

2 c. each Dec. 24, 1906. 

Hyde (J. L. ), Y^onkers, 
N. Y. 
Views of Buffalo. 1,2. (F 48388, 48389, 
Dec. 20, 1906. ) 3130 

Views of Washington. 1, 2. (F 48386, 
48387, Dec. 20, 1906.) 3131 

2 c. each Dec. 20, 1906. 

Inland press, New York, 

N. Y. 

Snubbed. (F 49409, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 7, 1907.) 3132 

Waiting at the church. (F 49438, Jan. 

8, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1907.) 3133 



Inland press, New York, 
N. Y. 
Whose Izzv? (F 49527, Jan. 12, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 12, 1907.) 3134 

International text-book com- 
pany, Scranton, Pa. 
International correspondence schools. 
460. Map of railroad location. (F 
49012, Dec. 31, 1006.) 3135 

459. Platting angles. (F 49011, 

Dec. 31, 1906. 3136 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Jaccaci (August F. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Don Quixote and Sancho Panza. Mon- 
ticelli. (F 49406, Jan. 7, 1907.) 3137 
Madonna and sleeping child. Sasso- 
ferrato. (F 49405, Jan. 7, 1907. ) 3138 
Portrait of a lady. Degas. (F 49404, 
Jan. 7, 1907.) 3139 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Jackson (Arthur C), Da- 
mariscotta, Me. 
International Longfellow society centen- 
nial membership card. 1807-1907. (F 
48941, Dec. 12, 1906; 1 c. Dec. 5, 1906; 

1 c. Dec. 29, 1906.) 3140 

Jones (Phil Barbour), Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 
Give ear o my people to my law; cursed 
be the man that obeyeth not. (F 
47375, Nov. 21, 1906.) 3141 

He shall give you another comforter, 
peace I leave with you. (F 47376, 
Nov. 21, 1906.) 3142 

2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 

Journal company, Kansas 

City, Mo. 

First manufacturer. (F 47971, Dec. 5, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 3143 

First thanksgiving. (F 47651. Nov. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 27, 1906.) 3144 

In stage coach days. (F 48256, Dec. 15, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1906.) 3145 

Stork arrives. (F 49280, Jan. 2, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 3146 
When dreams come true. ( F 48458, Dec. 

21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3147 

Kalkhoff company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Ye New T Year's harvest. (F 49701, Jan. 
16, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906.) 3148 

Kemble (William Fretz), 
Rockaw T ay Beach, N. Y. 
His master's step. (F 49403, Jan. 7, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 7,1907.) 3149 

Klackner (C), New York, 
N. Y. 
At the wayside inn. (F 48997, Dec. 31, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 3150 



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87 



Klackner (C. ), New York, 

N. Y. 

Canterbury pilgrims. (F 48942, Dec. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906.) 3151 

Childhood of rapid transit. (F 47424, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 3152 
Ferry. (F 48938, Dec. 29, 1908: 2 c. Dec. 

29,1906.) 3153 

Franklin & Gen. Braddock. (F 47425, 

Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 3154 

Frost and fern. (F 47404, Nov. 23, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. ) 3155 

Lingering light of a winter's da v. (F 

48937, Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29,' 1906. ) 

3156 
Monarchs. (F 48939, Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 29, 1906.) 3157 

Morning walk. Squire Hallett and his 

wife. (F 48940, Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 29, 1906.) 3158 

Unwelcome guests. (F 47426, Nov. 23, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 24, 1906. 3159 

Kropp (E. C. ), Milwaukee, 
Wis. 
Educational series. Great seals & capi- 
tols of the United States and territo- 
ries. (F 48110, Dec. 12, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
5, 1906.) 3160 

Lander (Benjamin), Nyack, 
N. Y. 
Far from the madding crowd. (F 46248, 
Oct. 4, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1906.) 3161 

Lebengood (Chas. ), Port- 
land, Oreg. 
Christmas design '06. (F 48577, Dec. 
24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906. 3162 

New-year design, '07. (F 48578, Dec. 
24/1906; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1907.) 3163 

Lefevre (L. H.) & son, Lon- 
don, England. 
Lawyer. (F 47581, Nov. 26, 1906.) 3164 
Squire. (F 47580, Nov. 26, 1906.) 3165 
2 c. each Nov. 30, 1906.. 

Levy (S. ), San Francisco, 

Cal. 

Bread line. (F 48620, Oct. 1, 1906. ) 3166 

Busy rebuilding. (F 48606, Oct. 1, 1906. ) 

3167 

Days of the brick stove. (F 48618, Oct. 

1, 1906.) 3168 

Death of the dragon, April 19th. (F 

48613, Oct. 1, 1906.) 3169 

Everyday (An) sight in San Francisco. 

(F 48607, Oct. 1, 1906. ) 3170 

Exciting race. (F 48615, Oct. 1, 1906.) 

3171 

Greater San Francisco. (F 48608, Oct. 1, 

1906. 3172 



Lew (S. ), San Francisco, 

Cal. 

Incident (An) since the big tire. (F 

48612, Oct. 1, 1906.) 3173 

Last April when the water wagon was 

popular in San Francisco. (F 48605, 

Oct, 1, 1906.) 3174 

New San Francisco stride. (F 48617, 

Oct. 1,1906.) 3175 

Response of the nation after xipril 18th, 

1906. (F 48609, Oct. 1, 1906.) 3176 
Re-united railway, after April 18th, 1906. 

(F 48611, Oct, 1, 1906.) 3177 

San Francisco's new T telegraph system, 

April 18th. (F 48614, Oct. 1, 1906.) 

3178 
To new San Francisco. (F 48616, Oct. 1, 

1906.) 3179 

When San Francisco went drv April 18th, 

1906. (F 48610, Oct. 1, 1906. ) 3180 
When the auto saved San Francisco. (F 

48619, Oct. 1, 1906.) 3181 

2 c. each Sept, 25, 1906. 

Lidberg (E. H.), Red Wing, 

Minn. 

Citv hall, Red Wing, Minn. (F 48329, 

Dec. 17, 1906.) 3182 

L. L. Seminary, Red Wing, Minn. (F 

48331, Dec. 17, 1906.) 3183 

On the river, Red Wing, Minn. (F 

48330, Dec. 17, 1906.) 3184 

Rafting on the Mississippi. (F 48332, 

Dec. 17, 1906.) 3185 

Red Wing seminary. (F 48328, Dec. 17, 



1906. ) 



3186 



2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 



Life publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Duel scene from Ham let. ( F 49676, Jan.. 

16, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1907.) 3187 

For she's a jolly good fellow. (F 49677, 

Jan. 16, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1907.) 3188 

What makes it go round? (F 49463, Jan. 

9, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 3189 

Linfoot (A.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Deacon's (The) finish. (F 49159, Dec. 
31, 1906.) 3190 

Evangeline. (F 49167, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3191 

Get busy, let's have your order. (F 

49158, 'Dec. 31, 1906.) 3192 

Just like vour mother made. (F 49162, 

Dec. 31/1906.) 3193 

Last load. (F 49165, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3194 
Little Joe. (F 49166, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3195 

Madonna and child. (F 49157, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3196 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Linfoot (A.), Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

My favorites (F 49156, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3197 

Paregoric for one, please. (F 49161, 

Dec. 31, 1906. ) 3198 

Pleasing message. (F 49160, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3199 

Eeady for a spin. (F 49164, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3200 

Will vou tie it for me. (F 49154, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 3201 

You just try one. (F 49155, Dec. 31. 

1906.) 3202 

Young mariner. (F 49163, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3203 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Littig (William Thomas), 
New York, N. Y. 
Williams college. (F 48364, Dec. 20, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906. ) 3204 

Little (A. E. ) & co., Lynn, 
Mass. 
Protest against iace suicide. (F 49705, 
Jan. 10, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1907.) 

3205 
Lively (Orin P.), Ports- 
mouth, Ya. 
I expect to take it all in. (F 48111, Dec. 
12, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 3206 

Lounsbury (Fred C), Plain- 
field, N. J. 
Birds on sign posts. (F 48892, Dec. 28, 
1906. ) 3207 

Birds under umbrella. (F 48891, Dec. 
28, 1906.) 3208 

Cupid with bow and arrow. (F 48895, 
Dec. 28, 1906. ) 3209 

Cupid with heart. (F 48894, Dec. 28, 
1906.) 3210 

Doves billing. (F 48893, Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

3211 

Girl's head in heart. (F 48896, Dec. 28, 

1906.) 3212 

Man's head in heart. (F 48897, Dec. 28, 

1906.) 3213 

Owls on tree. (F 48890, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

3214 
2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

Loewenbach (Oscar), Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 
Adams (J. Q.) (F 49495, Jan. 11, 1907) 

3215 

Arthur (Chester A.) (F 49496, Jan. 11, 

1907.) 3216 

Buchanan (James) (F 49502, Jan. 11, 

1907.) 3217 

Cleveland (Grover) (F 49498, Jan. 11, 

1907.) 3218 

Fillmore (Millard) (F 49505, Jan. 11, 

1907.) 3219 



Loewenbach (Oscar), Mil- 
waukee, Wis. 
i Garfield (J. A.) (F 49506, Jan. 11, 
1907. ) 3220 

| Grant (U. S. ) (F 49499, Jan. 11, 1907.) 

3221 

Harrison (Benj.) (F 49497, Jan. 11, 

1907.) 3222 

' Harrison (W. H.) (F 49514, Jan. 11, 

1907.) 3223 

Haves (R. B. ) (F 49504, Jan. 11, 

1907. ) 3224 

Jackson (Andrew) (F 49512, Jan. 11, 

1907.) 3225 

! Johnson (Andrew) (F 49500, Jan. 11, 

1907.) 3226 

: Lincoln (A.) (F 49501, Jan. 11, 1907.) 

3227 

McKinlev (Win.) (F 49511, Jan. 11, 

1907.) * 3228 

Madison (James) (F 49509, Jan. 11, 

1907.) 3229 

Monroe (James) ( F 49507, Jan. 11, 1907. ) 

3230 
i Pierce (Frank. ) (F 49503, Jan. 11, 1907. ) 

3231 
| Polk (James) (F 49516, Jan. 11, 1907.) 

3232 

Roosevelt (Theo.) (F 49508, Jan. 11, 

1907.) 3233 

j Tyler (John) (F 49515, Jan. 11, 1907.) 

3234 
! Taylor (L. ) (F 49517, Jan. 11, 1907.) 

3235 
! Van Buren (M. ) (F 49513, Jan. 11, 1907. ) 

3236 
Washington (Geo.) (F 49510, Jan. 11, 
1907.) 3237 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 
Lowell (John A. ) bank note 
company, Boston, Mass. 
Edmands (Thomas Franklin) B. 16i by 
21 J. (F 49287, Jan. 2, 1907.) 3238 
Union station, Wash., D. C. (F 49286, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 3239 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

McCann (Gerald E.), Den- 
ver, Colo. 
Kansas city in a nut shell. (F 46866, 
Nov. 5, 1906. ) 3240 

Milwaukee in a nut shell. (F 46865, 
Nov. 5, 1906.) 3241 

Omaha in a nutshell. (F 46863, Nov. 5, 
1906. ) 3242 

St. Louis in a nut shell. (F 46864, Nov. 
5,1906.) 3243 

2 c. each Dec. 10, 1906. 
McDougall ( Walt) , Absecon, 
N. J. 
Mr. Makepeace. He asks a foolish ques- 
tion. (F 48514, Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
24, 1906. ) 3244 



ENGRAVINGS, OUTS, AND PRINTS 



89 



McDougall (Walt), Absecon, 
X. J. 

Mr. Makepeace. He blows himself and 
everything else. (F 48963, Dec. 29, 
1906'; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906. ) 3245 

He butts in and then is butted out! 

(F 48506, Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 
1906.) 3246 

He gets a tire but not the kind 

wanted. (F 49667, Jan. 15, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 15, 1907.) 3247 

He gets a jolt from a motor cycle. 

' (F 48510, Dec. 24, 1906.) 3248 

He gets up against a sign of the 

times! (F 48507, Dec. 24, 1906.) 3249 

He gives wav to a sporty instinct! 

(F 48502, Dec. 24, 1906. ) 3250 

He goes behind the scenes. (F 

48515, Dec. 24, 1906.) 3251 
2 c. each Dec. 24, 1906. 

He invests S10 in a trained watch 

dog. (F 48962, Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
29, 1906.) 3252 

He is charmed and tumbles! (F 

48516, Dec. 24, 1906.) 3253 
He is fooled again by the kids! (F 

48504, Dec. 24, 1906. ) "' 3254 

2 c. each Dec. 24, 1906. 

He is up against his usual run of luck. 

(F 49666, Jan. 15, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1907.) 3255 

He is willing to apologize this time. 

(F 48961, Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1906.) 3256 

He just stepped into trouble. (F 

48508, Dec. 24, 1906.) 3257 

He must have guessed a drop was 

due! (F 48518, Dec. 24, 1906.) 3258 

He never heard a sound! — not one! 

(F 48512, Dec. 24, 1906.) 3259 

He reallv didn't mean to be so im- 
polite! (F 48505, Dec. 24, 1906.) 3260 

He renew r s his vouth — for a minute. 

(F 48517, Dec. 24, 1906. ) 3261 

He runs full tilt into a hoodoo. (F 

48519, Dec. 24, 1906. ) 3262 

He takes a short but shifty ride. ( F 

48513, Dec. 24, 1906.) 3263 

' He tumbles to the bov's meaning at 

last! (F 48503, Dec. 24,' 1906.) 3264 
2 c. each Dec. 24, 1906. 

His attention is called to a light 

matter. (F 49665, Jan. 15, 1907; 2c. 
Jan. 15, 1907. ) 3265 

It often happens thus with him! 

(F 48511, Dec. 24. 1906: 2 c. Dec. 24, 

1906.) 3266 

3595— pt 4, xos 6-9—07 2 



McDougall (Walt), Absecon, 
N. J. 
Mr. Makepeace. Was he all there? 
W hat? Yep ! ( F 48509, Dec. 24, 1 906 ; 
2 c. Dec. 24, 1906. ) 3267 

McGeary (S. ), Philadelphia, 

Pa 

Can't vou talk. (F 49107, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3268 

Caught in the act. (F 49099, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3269 

Favorite (A) grazing spot. (F 49102, 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 3270 

Guaranteed the best. ( F 49106, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3271 

Kitty's lunch. (F 49105, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3272 

Little (A) smoke on the quiet, but. (F 

49097, Dec. 31, 1906.) 3273 

Mother's jo vs. ( F 49101, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3274 

On the speed wav. (F 49100, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3275 

Prize (A) winner. (F 49104, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3276 

Soon to the land of Nod. (F 49098, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 3277 

Young (The) prima donna. (F 49103, 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 3278 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Mac-Gerald (Willis) & co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Are vou fishing with live bait? (F 48492, 
Dec. 24, 1906.) 3279 

Clean (A) slate. (F 48486, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 3280 

It's all a bluff. ( F 48490, Dec. 24, 1906.) 

3281 

Making the most of the breeze. (F 
48489, Dec. 24,1906.) 3282 

Rainbow chasing. (F 48491, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 3283 

Shake, brother, shake! (F 48493, Dec. 
24, 1906.) 3284 

Skating on thin ice. (F 48487, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 3285 

Thorough (A) job. (F 48488, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 3286 

2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

Manzi, Joyant and co., Paris 
and New York. 
Duel after the ball. (F 49247, Jan. 2, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 3287 

Marceau (Theodore C. ), 
Boston, Mass. 
Fitzgerald (John F.) (F 48408, Dec. 20, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 3288 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Marceau (Theo. C. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Barnev ( Charles N. ) ( F 48412, Dec. 20, 
1906.)' 3289 

Harvey (John L.) (F 48409, Dee. 20, 
1906.) 3290 

MacDonald ( George E. ) (F. 48411 , Dec. 
20, 1906.) 3291 

Thurston (Charles H.) (F 48410, Dec. 
20, 1906.) 3292 

2 c. each Dec. 20, 1906. 

Mariner (Geo. E. ), La Crosse, 

Wis. 

Lagoon, Pettibone park, La Crosse, Wis. 

(F 49282, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 3293 

Miller's bluff, La Crosse, Wis. (F 49281, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 3294 

Mississippi river from Pettibone park, 
La Crosse, Wis. (F 49285, Jan. 2, 
1907.) 3295 

Pettibone park, La Crosse Wis. (F 
49283, Jan. 2, 1907.) 3296 

Pavillion, Pettibone park, La Crosse, 
Wis. (F 49284, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 3297 
2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Mendoza(I. P.), (Limited), 
London, England. 
Agrippa D'Aubigne, dictating his mem- 
oirs. (F 48460, Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
24, 1906.) 3298 

Bacchante, engraved by Greenhead (H. 
T.), painted by Greuze (J. B.) (F 
48569, Dec. 27, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 27, 
1906.) 3299 

Mine and Smelter Supply 
company, Denver, Colo. 
Assay man. (F 47396, Nov. 22, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 4, 1906. ) 3300 

Moffat, Yard & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

American beauties. (F 48226, Nov. 22, 

1906.) 3301 

At the opera. (F 48229, Nov. 22, 1906.) 

3302 
At the theatre, (F 48234, Nov. 22, 1906. ) 

3303 

2 c. each Nov. 27, 1906. 

Christening cake. (F 48029, Dec. 11, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906. 3304 

Dance. (F 48235, Nov. 22, 1906.) 3305 

Debutante. (F 48230, Nov. 22, 1906.) 

3306 
Fair chauffeur. (F 48231, Nov. 22, 1906. ) 

3307 
2 c. each Nov. 27, 1906. 

First Thanksgiving dinner. (F 48028, 
Dec. 11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 

3308 

Golf girl. (F 48227, Nov. 22, 1906. ) 

3309 



Moffat, Yard & co., New 

York. N. Y. 

On the beach. (F 48228, Nov. 22, 1906. ) 

3310 
2 c. each Nov. 27, 1906. 

Pretty Nellie Brown, bv James Mc. Neill 

Whistler. (F 48341, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 19, 1906.) 3311 

Waiting. (F 48233, Nov. 22, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 27, 1906. ) t 3312 

Winter girl. (F 48232, Nov. 22, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 27, 1906.) 3313 

New York evening telegram 

(New York herald com- 

panv), Jersey City, 

N. J. 

Book taught Bilkins. Dec. 28, 1906. (F 

49019, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3314 

-Jan. 3, 1907. (F 49349, Jan. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1907.) 3315 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. Dec. 8, 

1906. (F 47998, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 8, 1906. ) 3316 

Dec. 13, 1906. ( F 48238, Dec. 15, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 3317 

Dec. 20, 1906. (F 48454, Dec. 22, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 22, 1906.) 3318 

Dec. 22, 1906. (F 48547, Dec. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906.) 3319 

Dec. 27, 1906. (F 48672, Dec, 28, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3320 

Dec 29, 1908. (F 49018, Dec. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 3321 

Jan. 5, 1907. (F 49436, Jan. 7, 



1907; 2 c. Jan. 



190/ 



3322 



Jan. 10. 1907. (F 49545, Jan. 12, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1907.) 3323 

Jan. 12, 1907. (F 49594, Jan. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 3324 

Jan. 17, 1907. ( F 49764, Jan. 19, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907.) 3325 

I believe. (F 48260, Dec. 17, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 3326 

Epitaphs for live ones. Dec. 7, 1906. (F 

48000, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 

3327 
Charles F. Murphy. ( F 49675, Jan. 

16, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1907.) 3328 
Joseph W. Folk. (F 48453, Dec. 

22, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 22, 1906.) 3329 
William J. Bryan. (F 48671, Dec. 

28, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3330 

Late (The) Mr. Long. Hello Mr. Long. 

(F 49435, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 

1907.) 3331 

Monkey shines of Marseleen. Dec. 12, 

1906/ (F 48219, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 14, 1906.) 3332 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



91 



New York evening telegram 
(New York herald com- 
pany), Jersey City, 
N. J. 
Monkev shines of Marseleen. Dec. 19, 

1906; (F 48451, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 21, 1906.) 3333 
He succeeds where others fail. Dec. 

26, 1906. (F 48670, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec, 28, 1906. ) 3334 
Jan. 2, 1907. (F 49350, Jan. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 4, 1907. ) 3335 

- — Jan. 9, 1907. (F 49525, Jan. 11, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 11, 1907.) 3336 

Pa Puddinhead. Dec. 7, 1906. (F 47999, 

Dec. 10; 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 3337 
Dec. 14, 1906. (F 48261, Dec. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 3338 
Dec. 21, 1906. (F 48548, Dec. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906.) 3339 
Jan. 11. 1907. (F 49593, Jan. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 3340 
Jan. 16, 1907. (F 49738, Jan. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 3341 
Pilgrim's progress. Dec. 11, 1906. (F 

48179, Dec. 13, 1906; 2c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 

3342 

- Dec. 18, 1906. (F 48352, Dec. 19, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 3343 

Dec. 25, 1906. (F 48568, Dec. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 3344 

Jan. 1, 1907. (F 49304, Jan. 2, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 3345 

Jan. 8, 1907. (F 49469, Jan. 9, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 3346 

Jan. 15, 1907. (F 49670, Jan. 16. 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1907.) 3347 

Ventriloquial vag. Dec. 10, 1906. (F 
48106, Dec. 11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 11, 
1906.) 3348 

Dec. 17, 1906. (F 48353, Dec. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 3349 

Dec. 24, 1906. (F 48567, Dec. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 3350 

Dec. 31, 1906. (F 49305, Jan. 2, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 3351 

Jan. 7, 1907. (F 49468, Jan. 9, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 3352 

Jan. 14, 1907. (F 49674, Jan. 16, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1907.) 3353 

New York herald company, 
Jerrey City, N. J. 
Adventures of lovely Lilly. Dec. 16, 
1906. (F 48218, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 14, 1906.) 3354 

Dec. 30, 1906. (F 49298, Jan. 2, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3355 

Jan. 6, 1907. (F 49351, Jan. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 6, 1907.) 3356 



Adventures of lovely Lilly. Jan. 13, 

1907. ( F 49526, Jan. 1 1, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

12, 1907.) 3357 

New York herald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Buster Brown. Dec. 16, 1906. (F 48005, 

Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 

3358 
Dec. 23, 1906. (F 48010, Dec. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 22, 1906.) 3359 
Dec. 30, 1906. ( F 48015, Dec. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) ' 3360 
Jan. 6, 1907. (F 49300, Jan. 2, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 3361 
Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49334, Jan. 3, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1907.) 3362 
Jan. 20, 1907. (F 49584, Jan. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907.) 3363 

Brier and Bramble, the bold bunnies. 

Dec, 16, 1906. (F 48217, Dec. 14, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 3364 

Fate of mama's finery. Dec. 16, 1906. 

(F 48215, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 

1906.) 3365 

Kingston, Jamaica, from the harbor. (F 

49737, Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 

3366 
Little Nemo in Cumberland. Dec. 16, 

1906. (F 48004, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 

17, 1906.) 3367 
Dec. 23, 1906. (F 48009, Dec. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 22, 1906. ) 3368 
Dec. 30, 1906. (F 48014, Dec. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3369 
Jan. 6, 1907. (F 49299, Jan. 2, 1907; 



2 c. Jan. 7, 1907. ) 



3370 



Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49335, Jan. 3, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1907.) 3371 
Jan. 20, 1907. (F 49583, Jan. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907.) 3372 
Little Sammy Sneeze. Dec. 16, 1906. 

(F 48002, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 

1906. ) 3373 
Dec. 23, 1906. (F 48007, Dec. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 22, 1906.) 3374 
Dec. 30, 1906. (F 48012, Dec. 10. 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3375 
Jan. 6, 1907. (F 49302, Jan. 2, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 3376 
Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49332, Jan. 3, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1907.) 3377 
Jan. 20, 1907. (F 49587, Jan. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907.) 3378 
Naughty gnomes. Dec. 16, 1906. (F 

48214^ Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906. ) 

3379 
Sam Slick, his newest trick. Dec. 16, 

1906. (F 48216, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 17, 1906. ) 3380 

Terrors of the tiny tads. Dee. 16, 1906. 

(F 48003, Dec. 10. 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 

1906.) 3381 



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New York herald company, 

Jersey Citv, N. J. 

Terrors of the tinv tads. Dec. 23, 1906. 

(F 48008, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 22, 

1906.) 3382 
Dec. 30, 1906. (F 48013, Dec. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3383 
Jan. 6, 1907. (F 49301, Jan. 2, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 3384 
Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49331, Jan. 3, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1907.) 3385 
Jan. 20, 1907. (F 49585, Jan. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1607.) 3386 

Where refugees are camping at the head 

of Duke street, (F 49765, Jan. 19, 



1907; 



Jan. 21, 1907.) 



3387 

Wish twins and Aladdin's lamp. Dec. 

16, 1906. (F 48001, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 17, 1906.) 3388 
Dec. 23, 1906. (F 48006, Dec. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 22, 1906.) 3389 
Dec. 30, 1906. (F 48011, Dec. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3390 
Jan. 6, 1907. (F 49303, Jan. 2, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 3391 
Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49333, Jan. 3, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1907.) 3392 
Jan. 20, 1907. (F 49586, Jan. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907.) 3393 
New York times, New York, 
N. Y. 
Cayzar curled his hair with a poker. 

(F 49750, Jan. 12, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 

1907.) 3394 

Grand opera night at the Metropolitan. 

Dec. 30, 1906/ (F 49316, Jan. 2, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 3395 

He begins to search the bureau dhrawers. 

(F 49748, Jan. 12, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 

1907.) 3396 

He said no furriner cud get in ahead iv 

him. (F 49753, Jan. 19, 1907.) 3397 
He's a fine English gintleman iv th' old 

school. (F 49755, Jan. 19, 1907. ) 3398 
2 c. each Jan. 19, 1907. 
Hints for Santa Claus. (F 48545, Dec. 

24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 3399 

Hogan thinks of Bobby Burns as the 

scandal of the parish/ (F 49751, Jan. 

12, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1907.) 3400 
Impressions of the Academy show. Jan. 

13, 1907. (F 49648, Jan. 15, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 17, 1907. ) 3401 

Mr. Dooley. (F 48220, Dec. 14, 1906: 
2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 3402 

Mr. Dooley's ideal ambassador of to-day. 
(F 49756, Jan. 19, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1907.) 3403 

Napolvon Bony part, impror of the 
Fr-rinch. (F 49749, Jan. 12, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 12, 1907.) 3404 



New York times, New York, 

N. Y. 

San Francisco as it is to-day. Dec. 23, 

1906. (F 48546, Dec. 24,' 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 24, 1906. ) 3405 

Snowball, dash back to th' pantry. (F 

49754, Jan. 19, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907. ) 

3406 
Some impressions of the passing show. 

Dec. 16, 1906. (F 48337, Dec. 18, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 20, 1906. ) 3407 
Dec. 30, 1906. (F 49015, Dec. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 3408 
Jan. 6, 1907. (F 49452, Jan. 8, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1907.) 3409 

Willum Shakespere well known as an 

author of plavs. (F 49752, Jan. 12, 

1907; 2 c. Jan.' 12, 1907.) 3410 

North American company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Little Growling Bird in Windego Land. 

Dec. 2, 1906. (F 47982, Dec. 10, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 3411 
Dec. 9, 1906. (F 47983, Dec. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 3412 
Dec. 16, 1906. (F 48281, Dec. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Dec, 17, 1906.) 3413 
Dec. 23, 1906. (F 48538, Dec. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906. ) 3414 
Dec. 30, 1906. ( F 48960. Dec. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906.) 3415 
Jan. 6, 1907. F 49554, Jan. 12, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 12, 1907.) 3416 
Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49664, Jan. 15, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1907.) 3417 
Mrs. Gab, she wears the trousers. 16. 

(F 45626, Sept. 17, 1906.) 3418 

17. (F 45627, Sept. 17, 1906. ) 3419 

18. (F 45628, Sept. 17, 1906.) 3420 

2 c. each Sept. 17, 1906. 

Osborne company, New 
Y r ork, N. Y. 
Comrades. 4* by 5f. ( F 48975, Dec. 29, 
1906.) 3421 

10J by"l4. ( F 48976, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 

3422 
Feeding the doves. (F 48966, Dec. 29, 
1906.) 3423 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Fording the brook. (F 48391, Dec. 20, 

1906; 2 c, Dec. 20, 1906.) 3424 
Friendly (A) advance. (F 48971, Dec. 

29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906. 3425 
Got a nibble. (F 48394, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 

Dec. 20, 1906. 3426 

His reward. 4J bv 5f . (F 48979, Dec. 

29,1906.) 3427 

10* bv 14. ( F 48980, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 

3428 



ENGRAVINGS, OUTS, AND PRINTS 



93 



Osborne company, New 

York, N. Y. 

Hostess (The). (F 48965, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 

3429 
2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 
In Kensington Gardens, London. (F 
48395, Dec. 20, 1906. ) 3430 

In old New England. ( F 48393, Dec. 20, 
1906.) 3431 

2 c. each Dec. 20, 1906. 
In summer. (F 48967, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 

3432 

Lady's (A) favor. 5f by 4*. (F 48973, 

Dec. 29, 1906. ) 3433 

7* bv 13*. (F 48974, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 

3434 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Little mothers. (F 48390, Dec. 20, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 20, 1906. ) 3435 

Love (A) storv. (F 48968, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 

3436 

Making friends. 4* by 5f. (F 48978, 

Dec. 29, 1906. ) 3437 

10* by 14. ( F 48977, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 

3438 
Nathalie. ( F 48964, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 

3439 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Peace and plenty. (F 48392, Dec. 20. 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906. ) 3440 

Summer (A) afternoon. (F 48969, Dec. 

29, 1906.) 3441 

Traumerei. (F 48972, Dec. 29, 1906.) 

3442 
Two pollies. (F 48970, Dec. 29, 1906.) 

3443 
2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 
Washing the sheep. (F 48397, Dec. 20, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 3444 

< )strander ( Wm. C), Pitts- 
field, Mass. 
Teddv bear. 1, 2, 3, 4. (F 48277- 
48280, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. each Jan. 21, 
1907. ) 3445 

Two Teddy bears. (F 48426, Dec. 20, 
1906; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 3446 

Otto (J.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
Afternoon tea-party. (F 49132, Dec. 31, 

1906. ) 3447 

Aint she a daisy. (F 49111, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3448 

All busy. (F 49142, Dec. 31, 1906.) 3449 
All in the line of duty. (F 49139, Dec. 

31, 1906.) • 3450 

American beauty. (F 49110, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3451 

Appreciatiye audience. (F 49131, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 3452 

At the old home. (F 49] 34, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3453 



Otto (J.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

Belle of the shore. (F 49113, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3454 

Evening prayers. (F 49135, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3455 

Fair harvester. ( F 49112, Dec. 31 , 1906.) 

3456 
Friend in need. (F 49141, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3457 

Interesting sport. (F 49140, Dec. 21, 

1906.) 3458 

Our farm beauties. (F 49136, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3459 

! Pair of winners. (F 49138, Dec. 31, 

1906. ) 3460 

Ready for a swim. (F 49130, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3461 

I Sailor lass. (F 49108, Dec 31, 1906.) 

3462 

Serious operation. (F 49133, Dec. 31, 

1906. ) 3463 

Speckled beauties. (F 49115, Dec. 31, 

I 1906.) 3464 

i Sweet sixteen. (F 49116, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3465 

Trousers pressed while you wait. (F 

49114, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 3466 

Where the frankfurters grow. (F 49137, 

Dec. 31, 1906. ) 3467 

i Whiff of consolation. (F 49109, Dec. 31, 

1906. ) 3468 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Outcault, Crewdson & co., 

Chicago, 111. 

Little housemaid savsabox couch comes 

in handy. (F 49459, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

3469 

' A brass bed is pretty and you can 

keep it prettv. ( F 49454. Jan. 9, 1907. ) 

3470 

An ice box keeps things cool. (F 

49461, Jan. 9, 1907.) 3471 

He never told a lie. ( F 49457, Jan. 

9, 1907.) 3472 

Linoleum is so easy to keep clean. 

(F 49458, Jan. 9, 1907.*) 3473 

That a Morris chair is the one. (F 

49455, Jan. 9, 1907.) 3474 

You might as well haye a nice table. 

(F 49460, Jan. 9, 1907.) . 3475 

Your dining room needs a new side 

board. (F 49456, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 3476 
2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907.) 

Palmer (Chas. ). Hampton, 
Ya. 
Glass-blowers union, certificate of mem- 
bership. (F 49641, Jan. 14. 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 14, 1907.) 3477 



94 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Parker & Stickley, Middle- 
town, Va. 
Fishers Hill battlefield, Ya. Famous 
stone bridge. (F 48147, Dec. 12, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 6, 1906. ) 3478 

Waterfall near Fisher residence on 

Tumbling Run. (F 48146, Dec. 12, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1906.) 3479 

Cedar creek battlefield, Va. Bridge span- 
ning Cedar creek on the valley pike. 
(F 48143, Dec. 12, 1906.) 3480 

Cedar creek bridge. (F 48144, Dec. 12, 
1906.) 3481 

2 c. each Dec. 6, 1906. 
Scene on Cedar creek, 300 yards west of 
breastworks, Frederick co., Va. (F 
48145, Dec. 12, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1906. ) 

3482 
Pastors aid society of Second 
Presbyterian church, 
Baltimore, Md. 
Second Presbyterian church, Baltimore, j 
Md., erected 1852. (F 48621, Dec, 26, I 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 3483 

Patterson, Gibbs & co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Don't forget. (F 49709, Jan. 18, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 18, 1907. ) 3484 

Harvest of dollars. (F 49634, Jan. 14, I 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 3485 

Is everybody happy. (F 48579, Dec. 24, ! 
1906;" 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 3486 

Key (The) to success. (F 49^33, Jan. 14, ; 
1907.) 3487 

More money for you. ( F 49638, Jan. 14, 
1907.) 3488 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 

Note well! (F 49708. Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. j 
Jan. 18, 1907.) 3489 

Our new cat, (F 49640, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. j 
Jan. 14, 1907.) 3490 

Points to think of. (F 49711, Jan. 18, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1907. ) 3491 

Popular (A) air. ( F 49636, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

3492 
Verv interesting. (F 49637, Jan. 14, 
1907.) 3493 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 

We present you. (F 49710, Jan. 18, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 3494 



We share our profits. 
1907. ) 



(F 49632, Jan. 14, 
3495 



We want your deposit. (F 49635, Jan. 
14, 1907.) 3496 

Well worth leading. (F 49639, Jan. 14, 
1907.) 3497 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 



Perkins (H. H.) Williams- 
burg, Ky. 

Birds-eve view of Williamsburg, Ky. 10. 
(F 48990, Dec. 29, 1906.) * 3498 

Bovs' dormitory of Williamsburg insti- 
tute, Williamsburg, Kv. 9. ( F 48989, 
Dec. 29, 1906. ) 3499 

Brummett block, wrecked by the explo- 
sion at Jellico, Kv. , 1906. 2. ( F 48982, 
Dec. 29, 1906.) * 3500 

Cumberland falls. 6. (F 48986, Dec. 
29, 1906.) 3501 

Hanging rock, on the Cumberland, Wil- 
liamsburg, Kv. 12. (F 48991, Dec. 
29, 1906. ) 3502 

Hole blown out by the explosion of a 
car load of dynamite at Jellico, Ky. 1. 
(F 48981, Dec. 29, 1906. ) * 3503 

Jellico grocery company's warehouse, 
wrecked by the explosion. 3. (F 

48983, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 3504 
Jellico' s R. R. yards and cold storage 

house, after the explosion 1906. 5. (F 
48985, Dec. 29, 1906.) 3505 

Lover's lane on the bank of the Cumber- 
land, Williamsburg. 8. (F 48987, Dec. 
29, 1906. ) 3506 

Old (The) water mill, Williamsburg, Ky. 
7. (F 48988, Dec. 29, 1906.) 3507 

Showing a section of Jellico' s new brick 
buildings, after the explosion. 4. (F 

48984, Dec. 29, 1906.) 3508 
Whitley county court house, Williams- 
burg,' Kv. 11. (F 48992, Dec. 29, 
1906.) 3509 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Perry Mason company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Youth's Companion desk calendar for 
1907. (F 46808, Nov. 2, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 
3,1907.) 3510 

Photographische gesellschaft, 
Berlin, Germany. 
Little housekeeper. (F 48396, Dec. 20, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 3511 

Plant (P. J.), Washington, 
D. C. 
All I ask is a fair trial. 43. (F 49681, 
Jan. 16, 1907.) 3512 

I like not only to be loved but to be told 
I am loved. 129. (F 49678. Jan. 16, 
1907.) 3513 

If vou loved me as I love you. 79. (F 
49686, Jan. 16, 1907.) 3514 

If vou' 11 bake the bread. 131 . { F 49687, 
Jan. 16, 1907.) 3515 

Just save your money dav by day. 47. 
(F 49679, Jan. 16, 1907.)" * 3516 



ENGRAVINGS. (UTS. AND PRINTS 



95 



Plant (P. J.), Washington. 

D. C. 

Marry me or I die. (F 49683, Jan. 16, 

1907.) 3517 

May I be the pilot of your heart. 128. 

(F 49684, Jan. 16, 1907. ) 3518 

Oh Valentine, oh sweetheart mine. (F 

49680, Jan. 16, 1907.) 3519 

Some love one, some love two. ( F 49689, 

Jan. 16, 1907.) 3520 

Touch of a hand, the glance of an eve. 
. 48. (F 49682, Jan. 16, 1907.) 3521 
When you grow a fine moustache. (F 

49688, Jan. 16, 1907.) 3522 

Who shall wear them. 45. (F 49685, 

Jan. 16, 1907. ) 3523 

2 c. each Jan. 16, 1907. 

Platinachrome company. 
New York, N. Y. 

Architect, (F 49419, Jan. 7, 1907.) 3524 

Dentist. (F 49416, Jan. 7, 1907.) 3525 

Genius. (F 49411, Jan. 7, 1907.) 3526 
Good fellow. (F 49422, Jan. 7, 1907.) 

3527 

Journal. (F 49421, Jan. 7, 1907.) 3528 

Lawyer. (F 49420, Jan. 7, 1907.) 3529 

Literary. (F 49412, Jan. 7, 1907.) 3530 

Minister. (F 49417, Jan. 7, 1907.) 3531 

Musician. (F 49413, Jan. 7, 1907.) 3532 

Poet, (F 49418, Jan. 7, 1907.) 3533 

Priest. (F 49414, Jan. 7, 1907.) 3534 

Surgeon. (F 49415, Jan. 7, 1907. ) 3535 
2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

Porter (S. S. ), Chicago, 111. 
Auto know better. (F 49613, Jan. 14, 
1907.) 3536 

Autumn girl. (F 49610, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

3537 
Down £ out. (F 49606, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

3538 

Fortune (The) teller. (F 49625, Jan. 14, 

1907.) 3539 

Frostv (A) morning. (F 49605, Jan. 14, 

1907.) 3540 

Generositv. (F 49619, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

3541 
High ball. (F 49621, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 

3542 

His first offering. (F 49603, Jan. 14, 

1907.) 3543 

Love (A) ^ame. (F 49622, Jan. 14, 

1907. ) 3544 

Mama's housekeeper. (F 49615, Jan. 14, 

1907.) 3545 

Mexican girl. ( F 49617, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 

3546 
Miser (The). (F 49618, Jan. 14. 1907.) 

3547 



Porter (S. S.), Chicago, 111. 
Moonlight (A) serenade. (F 49629, Jan. 
14, 1907.) 3548 

Mother's babe. (F 49620, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

3549 
I Out in the rain. (F 49604, Jan. 14, 
1907.) 3550 

| Peaches. (F 49624, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

3551 

Piling. (F 49631, Jan. 14, 1907.) 3552 

Right (The) of way. (F 49612, Jan. 14. 

1907.) 3553 

Rivals (The). (F 49616, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

3554 

Sawing. (F 49627, Jan. 14. 1907.) 3555 

Speed no object. (F 49614. Jan. 14, 

1907.) 3556 

Splitting. (F 49630, Jan. 14. 1907. I 

3557 
Spring girl. (F 49609, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 

3558 
Summer girl. (F 49608, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

3559 
Sweethearts. (F 49626, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

3560 

Tenderfoot (The). (F 49628, Jan. 14, 

1907.) 3561 

Too many cooks spoil the broth. (F 

49607. Jan. 14, 1907.) 3562 

Winter girl. (F 49611, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 3563 

Post vending company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Kisses. (F 49642, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 



14, 1907.) 



3564 



Progress corporation, Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Jamestown exposition, grounds. (F 
49323, Jan. 3, 1907.) 3565 

Jamestown exposition, harbor map. (F 
49322, Jan. 3, 1907.) 3566 

2 c. each Jan. 3, 1907. 

Purdy (James Edward), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Bagg (Allen Henrv) (F 48423, Dec. 20, 
1906.) 3567 

Linscott (Arthur H. ) (F 48419, Dec. 20, 
1906.) 3568 

Tavlor (Albert E.) (F 48424. Dec. 20, 
1906. ) 3569 

Wallis (Joseph A.) (F 48422, Dec. 20, 
1906.) 3570 

| Warren (Charles G. ) (F 48420, Dec. 20, 
1906.) 3571 

Warren ( Edgar W. i ( F 48421, Dec. 20. 
1906.) 3572 

Willard I Edward K. ) I F 48418, Dec. 20, 
1906.) 3573 

2 c. each Dec 20, 1906. 



96 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Quest & co., New York, N. Y. 
Holy fathers of the Catholic church. (F 
48435, Dec. 21, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 

3574 

Reese & Read, Knoxville, 

Tenn. 

Tennessee wild flowers. Forget-me-not. 

(F 48556, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 

1906.) 3575 

Reich (Jacques), New York, 
N. Y. 
Carnegie (Andrew) (F 48166, Dec. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 3576 

Reid ( Albert Garner ) , 
Boston, Mass. 
Teddy bear post card series. 1. (F 
48996, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1907.) 3577 

Reliable poultry journal pub- 
lishing company, 
Quincy, 111. 
Blue-ribbon single-comb white leghorns. 
(F 49336, Jan. 4, 1907.) 3578 

Prize-winning single-comb black Min- 
orcas. (F 49337, Jan. 4, 1907.) 

3579 
2 c. each Jan. 4, 1907. 

Richards ( Peter ) , New York, 
N. Y. 

Patsy Bolivar and his experience with 
the pastebrush. (F 49645, Jan. 15, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 3580 

Patsy Bolivar finds that many things in 
theatrical life are not always what they 
seem. (F 49644, Jan. 15, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 17, 1907.) 3581 

Patsy Bolivar, introduction. (F 49471, 
Jan. 9, 1907.) 3582 

Patsy Bolivar's experience in a theatri- 
cal boarding house. (F 49472, Jan. 9, 
1907.) 3583 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Richardson (Delmer D.), 
Chicago, 111. 
Richardson prostatoscope. (F 49410, 
Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3584 

Robbing (Harry I.), Boston, 

Mass. 

May you never be broke. ( F 48274, 

Dec. 17, 1906.) 3585 

Penny for your thoughts. (F 48272, 

Dec. 17, 1906.) 3586 

Penny from. (F 48271, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

3587 

Save this pennv for a rainy dav. (F 

48273, Dec. 17, 1906.) * 3588 

Save 99 more. (F 48276, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

3589 



Robbins (Harry I.), Boston, 
Mass. 
Start your bank account. (F 48275, Dec. 
17, 1906.) 3590 

2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 

Rose company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Baird (Dorothea) (F 48241, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 3591 

Bow ( Samuel ) ( F 49265, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 

3592 

Easter greetings. (F 49267, Dec. 22, 

1906.) 3593 

Fremstad (Olive) (F 49258, Jan. 2, 
1907.) 3594 

! Gillette (William). (F 49260, Jan. 2, 
1907. ) 3595 

! Heink (Shumann). (F 49259, Jan. 2, 



1907.) 
2 each Dec. 22, 1906. 



3596 



Irving (Henry) . (F 48244, Dec. 15, 1906. ) 

3597 
! Jacob v (Josephine). (F 48242, Dec. 15, 
1906.) 3598 

2 c. each Dec. 15, 1906. 

Journet (Marcel). (F 49266, Dec. 22, 
1906.) 3599 

Kalich (Bertha). (F 49256, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 

3600 

Marlowe (Julia). (F 49263, Dec. 22, 

1906.) 3601 

Plancon (Pol). (F 49254, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

3602 
Reiss (Albert). (F 49255, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

3603 
! Sembrich (Marcella). (F 49262, Jan. 2, 
1907.) 3604 

2 c. each Dec. 22, 1906. 

]] Shall we play to clubs. (F 43560, Julv 

3, 1906.) 3605 

Shall we play to diamonds. (F 43562, 

July 3, 1906. ) 3606 

Shall we plav to hearts. (F 43563, July 

3, 1906.) " 3607 

Shall we play to spades. (F 43561. Julv 

3, 1906.) * 3608 

2 c. each July 3, 1906. 

Sothern (E. H.) (F 49264, Dec. 22, 

1906. ) 3609 

Storv (Emma Eames). (F 49261, Jan. 

2/1907.) 3610 

Vigna(Arturo). (F 49257, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

3611 
2 c. each Dec. 22, 1906. 

Weed (Marion). (F 48243, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 3612 



ENGRAVINGS CUTS, AND PRINTS 



97 



Sc hervee ( H erm an ) , Wor- 
cester, Mass. 
Duggan (John T.) (F 48425, Dec. 20, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 3613 

Schneider (Otto J.), New 

York, N. Y. 

American girl. (F 49006, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3614 
At the opera. (F 49007, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3615 
Day dreams. (F 49008, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3616 

Gainsborough girl. (F 49009, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3617 

Marlowe (Julia). (F 49005, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3618 

Passing glance. ( F 49010, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3619 
2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Schneider bros., New York, 
N. Y. 
Krlanger sphygmomanometer. 1. (F 
46711, Oct, 31, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3620 
Scott (T. E.), Atlanta, Ga. 
Jones ( Sam P. ) ( F 48580, Dec. 10, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 3621 

Scribner's (Charles) sons, 
New York City. 
Scribner poster for February. (F 49714, 
Jan. 18, 1907; ^ c. Jan. 18, 1907. 3622 

Scriven (Charles E. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Lloyd's wind mill. (F 48164, Dec. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 3623 

Sears (John S. ), New York, 

N. Y. 

Drifts from snowville. (F 49442, Jan. 8, 

1907.) 3624 

Snowball kids. (F 49441, Jan. 8, 1907.) 

3625 
2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 

Sheahan ( Maurice T. ), 
Brookline, Mass. 
Any old fish can float. (F 49186, Jan. 
2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 3626 

Be merry man. (F 49477, Jan. 10. 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 10, 1907. ) 3627 

Bright side iS the right side. ( F 49194, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 3628 

But once. (F 49190, Jan. 2, 1907.) 3629 
Consistency. (F 49192, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

3630 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Dimes and dollars. (F 49473, Jan. 10, 

1907.) 3631 

For you. (F 49478, Jan. 10, 1907. ) 3632 

2 c. each Jan. 10, 1907. 

Gabble, gabble, gabble. (F 49195, Jan. 
2, 1907.) 3633 



Hurry, worry, scurry 
1907:) 



Sheahan ( Maurice T. ), 

Brookline, Mass. 

Generous man's always a mark. (F 

49193, Jan. 2, 1907.) 3634 

(F 49184, Jan. 2, 

3635 

Joy and temperance. (F 49188, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 3636 

Mind of (O)man. (F 49189, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

3637 

Tis love that makes the world go round. 

(F 49191, Jan. 2, 1907.) 3638 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Wanted, a man. (F 49474, Jan. 10, 1907. ) 

3639 

Wanted, a woman. (F 49475, Jan. 10, 

1907.) 3640 

We worry and hu rry. (F 49476, Jan. 10 
1907.) 3641 

2 c. each Jan. 10, 1907. 

When you're in a peck of trouble. (F 
49187, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 3642 



Why don't you pop? 
1907.) 



(F 49185, Jan. 2, 
3643 
2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 



Shepherd (W. T. L.), Ports- 
mouth, Va. 
j Virginia's gift to the nation. (F 49462, 
Jan. 9, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 3644 

Simplicity company, Chicago, 

111. 

i Ah go on youse make me tired. (F 

48648, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 3645 

All right mama if vou sav so. (F 48649, 

Dec. 6, 1906. ) 3646 

I Anybody want me. (F 48660, Dec. 6, 

1906. ) 3647 

I Did you say I was bow-legged. What 

me! (F 48651, Dec. 6, 1906.) 3648 

Hunting fleas. (F 48664, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 

3649 
i I don't want to. (F 48650, Dec. 6, 1906.) 

3650 

I I wont go home 'till morning. (F 48657, 

Dec. 6, 1906. \ 3651 

I I' 11 think it over. ( F 48661 , Dec. 6, 1906. ) 

3652 

Meet me face to face, Zophar. (F 48654, 

Dec. 6, 1906.) 3653 

; News! (F 48653, Dec. 6, 1906.) 3654 

Now will you be good. (F 48663, Dec. 

6, 1906. ) 3655 

Open your mouth and shut your eyes. 

(F 48662, Dec. 6, 1906.) 3656 

Storm. (F 48667, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 3657 

Sunshine. (F 48666, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 3658 

; There haint none. (F 48665, Dec. 6, 

1906.) 3659 



98 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Simplicity company, Chicago, 
* 111. 
Throw out your chest and look like a 
policeman*. (F 48655, Dec. 6, 1906.) 

3660 

Who said have another. (F 48656, Dec. 

6,1906.) 3661 

Who says I am scart. (F 48652, Dec. 6, 

1906. j 3662 

You tickle me and I'll tickle you. (F 

48659, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 3663 

Youse can bet I am happy all right! 

alright. (F 48658, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 3664 

2 c. each Dec. 6, 1906. 

Smith (E. S. ), Lancaster, Pa. 
Stuart (Edwin S.) (F 49520, Jan. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1907.) 3665 

Smith (F. Carl), Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Reserve forces of Wheeler & Dusenbury. 
(F 48558, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1906.) 3666 

Smith (H. L.), New York, 
N. Y. 
I love thee. (F 49692, Jan. 17, 1907. ) 

3667 
If you'll be mine. (F 49691, Jan. 17, 
1907. ) 3668 

2 c. each Jan. 17, 1907. 

Souvenir post card shop, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Here I send vou scene the first. (F 

48161, Nov. 24, 1906.) 3669 
Put these together and you will find. (F 

48163, Nov. 24, 1906.) 3670 

This is the way to go, jollv and free. (F 

48162, Nov. 24, 1906. ) * 3671 
2 c. each Dec. 13, 1906. 

Spencer (H. B. ), Richmond, 
Va. 
Skull & cross bones calendar cut. 6. (F 
48604, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906. ) 

3672 

Skull & cross bone calendar design. 8. 

(F 48603, Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 

1906.) 3673 

Steves (F. M.), Topeka, 
Kans. 
Panoramic view of Topeka from the 
dome of the state capitol. 
North-East. 1. (F 47586. 
1906. ) 



— Looking North-West, 2. 
Nov. 26, 1906. ) 

— Looking South-East. 4. 
Nov. 26, 1906.) 

— Looking South- West. 3. 
Nov. 26, 1906.) 

2 c. each Dec. 22, 1906. 



Looking 

Nov. 26, 

3674 

(F 47587, 
3675 

(F 47589, 
3676 

(F 47588, 
3677 



Stiles (Chas. L. ), Columbus. 
Ohio. 

Ideal group of Percherons. (F 48208, 

Dec. 14, 1906. ) 3678 

Ideal Hereford. (F 48207, Dec. 14/ 

1906.) 3679 

Ideal Indian Runner duck. (F 48209, 

Dec. 14, 1906.) 3680 
2 c. each Dec. 14, 1906. 

Stoddard (S.' R.), Glens 

Falls, N. Y. 

Au Sable chasm, lower gatewav. (F 

49290, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 3681 
Au Sable chasm up from Table rock. (F 

49291, Jan. 2, 1907.) 3682 
Bliss. (F 49293, Jan. 2, 1907.) 3683 
Ecstasy. (F 49292, Jan. 2, 1907.) 3684 
First snow, Adirondacks. {¥ 49289, Jan. 

2, 1907.) 3685 

Morning on Blue Mountain lake, Adiron- 
dacks. (F 49294, Jan. 2, 1907.) 3686 
Orchard on Grand Isle, Lake Champlain. 
(F 49295, Jan. 2, 1907.) 3687 

Wild Adirondack game. (F 49288, Jan. 
2, 1907.) 3688 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Stone (Chas. J.) company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Sartorial world engravings, 182, 183, 184. 
(F 48437, Dec. 2i, 1906.) 3689 

185, 186, 187. (F 48438, Dec. 21, 

1906. ) 3690 

2 c. each Dec. 21, 1906. 

Straube (William), Detroit, 

Mich. 

I am in a position to receive a bunch of 

money. (F48286, Dec. 17, 1906.) 3691 

I will have you vet. (F 48285, Dec. 17, 

1906.) 3692 

I will receive rapid advancement soon. 

(F 48282, Dec. 17, 1906.) 3693 

I'd like to see it clear up. ( F 48283, Dec. 

17, 1906.) 3694 

Look swell from here. ( F 48287, Dec. 17, 

1906.) 3695 

We are going around blowing ourselves. 

(F 48284, Dec. 17, 1906. ) 3696 

2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 

Sunday school times com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Babylonian creation tablet. (F 49376, 
Jan. 4, 1907.) 3697 

Babylonian deluge tablet. ( F 49379, Jan . 
4,1907.) 3698 

Beautiful svmbol of Easter. (F 49386, 
Jan. 4, 1907.) 3699 

2 c. each Jan. 5, 1907. 



ENGRAVINGS. (UTS, AND PRINTS 



99 



Sunday school times com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Doorsocket from Ur of the Chaldees. ( F 
49382, Jan. 4, 1907. ) 3700 

Encampment in the Holy Land. (F 
49381, Jan. 4, 1907.) 3701 

2 c. each Jan. 4, 1907. 

Let there be light. (F 49375. Jan. 4, 
1907. ) 3702 

Modern view of Bethel. (F 49380, Jan. 
4,1907.) 3703 

Modern view of Haran. (F 49385, Jan. 
4, 1907.) 3704 

Oriental plowman. (F 49378, Jan. 4, 
1907.) 3705 

River Euphrates. (-F 49377. Jan. 4, 
1907.) 3706 

Traditional oak of Abraham at Hebron. 
(F 49383, Jan. 4, 1907.) 3707 

Well at Beer-Sheba. (F 49384, Jan. 4, 
1907. ) 3708 

2 c. each Jan. 5, 1907. 

Swavze (Alden), Canton. Pa. 

Newsboy (The) . (F48257, Dec. 17, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 17, 1906. ) 3709 

Tandy (Francis D) company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Lincoln (A.) 1864. (F 48236, Dec. 15, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 3710 

Thomas & co., Findlay, Ohio. 
Bird's eve view, Findlav. Ohio. (F 
46125, Oct. 8, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 

3711 
Thorburn (J. M. ) £ co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Asters. (F 49064, Dec. 31, 1906.) 3712 

Celosia. (F 49070, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 3713 

Eschscholtzia. ( F 49063, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3714 
Antirrhinum. (F 49061, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3715 
Marigolds. (F 49067, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3716 
Oriental Poppy. ( F 49066, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3717 
Phlox. (F 49068, Dec. 31, 1906.) 3718 
Salsify. (F 49069, lee. 31, 1906.) 3719 
Sweet Williams. (F 49065, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3720 
Turnips. ( F 49071, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 3721 
Zinnias. (F 49062, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 3722 
2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Tooth (Arthur) & suns, 
New York, N. Y. 
Ask me no more. (F 48637, Dec. 28, 
1906: 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3723 

Scent. (F 48305, Dec is. 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
19, 1906. ) 3724 



Tooth (Arthur) & sons, 

New York, N. Y. 

Tail (A) of woe; from the picture by 

Arthur Wardle, engraved by Stanley 

Pratt, (F 47652, Nov. 28, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 28, 1906.) 3725 

Tribune company, Chicago, 
111. 

Absent minded aunt surprises her callers. 
(F 48642, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1906.) , 3726 

Absent minded aunt, what o'clock is it? 
(F 49576, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1907.) 3727 

Auntie decorates the X'mas tree. (F 
48221, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906. ) 

3728 

Aunty prepares the breakfast, hungry 
Tommv eats it. (F 48159, Dec. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Dee. 13, 1906.) 3729 

Auntie takes part in the children's see 
saw. (F 49699, Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 
18, 1907. 3730 

Giraffe is the Christmas tree in the jungle. 
(F 48222, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906. 3731 

Hans takes a survey of the scenery. (F 
48640, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1906.) 3732 

How Mr. Foxy enjoyed a delightful 
breakfast. ( F 48641, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 28, 1906.) 3733 

How Mr. Foxy saved himself from the 
bears. (F 48160, Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 13, 1906.) ' 3734 

Hungry Tommy gets enough ham for a 
square meal. (F 49577, Jan. 14, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 3735 

Hungry Tommy gets stuck, but he isn't 
the sufferer. " (F 49392, Jan. 5, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 5, 1907. ) 3736 

Mr. Foxy celebrates Christmas at the 
north pole. (F 48223, Dec. 15, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 3737 

Mr. Foxy escapes the bandits of Mo- 
rocco. " (F 49700, Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 18, 1907.) 3738 

i Mr. Foxy's adventure with the alligator. 
(F 49390, Jan. 5. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 5, 
1907.) 3739 

There are no clangers for Mr. Foxy. (F 
49697, Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 18,'l907.) 

3740 

Tommy gives aunty a Christmas present. 
(F 48224, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 
1906.) 3741 

Wee Willie Winkie's world. Dec. 16. 
(F 48158, Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 



1906.) 

— Dec. 30. (F 48639, Dec 
2 c. Dec. 28. 1906.) 



28, 



3742 
1906; 
3743 



100 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Tribune company, Chicago, 
111. 
Wee Willie Winkle' s world. Jan. 6, 1907. 
(F 49393, Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1907. ) 

3744 

Jan. 20. (F 49698, Jan. 18, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 3745 

What happened when aunty took baby 
out for a ride. (F 49391, Jan. 5, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 5, 1907.) 3746 

Tuck (Raphael) & sons com- 
pany (limited), New 
York, N. Y. 
Easter anthem. After the original bv 
Frances Brundage. (F 49003, Dec. 31, 
1906.) 3747 

Easter parade. After the original bv 
Frances Brundage. (F 49004, Dec. 31, 
1906. ) 3748 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Ullman manufacturing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Adam and Eve. (F 49356, Jan. 4, 1907.) 

3749 

Alone. (F 49364, Jan. 4, 1907.) 3750 

Birdie with a yellow bill. (F 49361, Jan. 

4, 1907.) 3751 

2 c. each Jan. 4, 1907. 

Blindman's buff. (F 48913, Dec. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3752 

Busy bears, Friday. (F 49040, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3753 

Monday. (F 49036, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3754 

Saturday. (F 49041, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3755 

Sunday. (F 49035, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3756 

Tuesday. (F 49037, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3757 

Thursday. ( F 49039, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3758 

Wednesdav. (F 49038, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3759 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Coast (A) storm. (F 48929, Dec. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3760 

Darktown. Darktown dames. ( F 49060, 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 3761 

Darktown doctors. (F 49021, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3762 

Deed, I dun eat no chickun. ( F 49022, 

Dec. 31, 1906. ) 3763 

Easter greeting. ( F 49030, Dec. 31 , 1906. ) 

3764 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Easter. Easter offerings. ( F 49373, Jan. 

4, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1907.) 3765 

Encore. (F 48917, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 28, 1906.) 3766 

Evangeline. (F 49360, Jan. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 4, 1907.) 3767 



Ullman manufacturing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Eventide. (F 48903, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

3768 
Farm vard. (F 48927, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

3769 
2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

Fishing. ( F 49357, Jan. 4, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

4,1907.) 3770 

Forest roadway. ( F 48902, Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

3771 

Fresh (A) breeze. (F 48906, Dec. 28, 

1906.) 3772 

Grandfather's storv. (E 48911, Dec. 28, 

1906.) 3773 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

Happy half black. (F 49025, Dec. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 3774 

Happy youth. (F 48921, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

3775 
Haymakers. (F 48915, Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

3776 
2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 
He loves me. ( F 49376, Jan. 4, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 4, 1907. ) 3777 

High seas. (F 48935, Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

3778 
Home by the mill. (F 48934, Dec. 28, 
1906.) 3779 

Inlet (The). (F 48933, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

3780 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

I'se right in it. (F 49374, Jan. 4, 1907; 

2c. Jan. 4, 1907.) 3781 

Jolly trio. (F 48899, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 28, 1906. ) 3782 

Koontown kids. (F 49020, Dec. 31, 1906; 



2 c. Dec. 31, 1906. ) 



3783 



Landing (The) place. (F 48923, Dec. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 3784 

Last pebble on the beach. (F 49024, 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 3785 

Little breeches, little breeches says, I 

want to be a circus man, when I grow 

up. (F 49054, Dec. 31, 1906.) 3786 
I want to be a farmer when I grow 

up. (F 49056, Dec. 31, 1906.) 3787 
I want to be a fireman when I grow 

up. (F 49055, Dec. 31, 1906.) 3788 
I want to be a policeman when I 

grow up. (F 49059, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3789 
I want to be a sailor when I grow 

up. (F 49057, Dec. 31, 1906.) 3790 
I want to be a soldier when I grow 

up. (F 49058, Dec. 31, 1906.) 3791 
2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 
Lowland pasture. (F 48924, Dec. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3792 

Memories. (F 49363, Jan. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 4, 1907. ) 3793 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



101 



Ullman manufacturing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Mill brook. " (F 48910, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

3794 

Mountain brook. (F 48909, Dec. 28, 

1906.) 3795 

Music master. ( F 48918, Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

3796 
2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

National cupid. Canada. (F 49050, Dec. 
31, 1906.) 3797 

. China. (F 49052, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3798 

England. (F 49043, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3799 

France. (F 49051, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3800 

Germany. (F 49046, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3801 

Holland. ( F 49048, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3802 

Ireland. ( F 49044, Dec. 31 , 1906. ) 

3803 

Italy. (F 49053, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3804 

Mexico. (F 49047, Dec. 31,1906.) 

3805 

Scotland. (F 49045, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3806 

Spain. (F 49049, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3807 

United States. (F 49042, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3808 

2 c, each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Near the sea. (F 48922, Dec. 28,1906; 

2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3809 

Nobody loves me. (F 49368, Jan. 4, 

1907.) 3810 

Old fashioned spoon. (F 49362, Jan. 4, 

1907.) 3811 

2 c. each Jan. 4, 1907. 

Old hay barns. (F 48928, Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

3812 

Old light-house. (F 48931. Dec. 28, 

19060 3813 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906, 

On the job. (F 49023, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c 

Dec. 31,1906.) 3814 

On the Rhine. (F 48901, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

3815 

Overheard. (F 48920, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 3816 

Priscilla. (F 49359, Jan. 4. 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 4, 1907.) 3817 

Quiet home. (F 48904, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

3818 

-Returning home. (F 48916, Dec. 28, 

1906.) 3819 

Rockv brook. (F 48907, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

3820 

Rough water. (F 48926, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 3821 



Ullman manufacturing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Seasons. Autumn. (F 49033, Dec. 31, 
1906.) 3822 

Spring. (F 49031, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3823 

Summer. (F 49032, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3824 

Winter. (F 49034, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3825 
2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 
Shoreland. (F 48932, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

3826 
Songs of love. (F 48919, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

3827 

Storm v weather. (F 48925, Dec. 28, 

1906.) 3828 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

Studv. (F 49358, Jan. 4, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

4,1907.) 3829 

Sunbonnet twins weekdays. On Monday 

morn with sleeves rolled high. (F 

48246, Dec. 15, 1906. ) 3830 

On Fridav morn we take a broom. 

(F 48250, Dec. 15, 1906. ) 3831 

On Saturday morn to market we go. 

(F 48251, Dec/ .15, 1906.) 3832 

On Sunclav morn all clean and sweet. 

(F 48245, Dec. 15, 1906.) 3833 

On Tuesday morn we iron clothes. 

(F 48247, Dec. 15, 1906.) 3834 

On Thursday morn we bake our 

bread. (F 48249, Dec. 15, 1906.) 3835 

On Wednesday morn we're full of 

cares. (F 48248, Dec. 15, 1906.) 3836 

2 c. each Dec. 15, 1906. 

Sweet little buttercup. (F 49026, Dec. 

31, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906. ) 3837 

Sweethearts. (F 49366, Jan. 4, 1907; 2 

c. Jan. 4, 1907.) 3838 

Tame pigeons. ( F 48914, Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

3839 
Tumbling waters. (F 48908. Dec, 28, 
1906.) 3840 

Turning. (F 48898, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 3841 

Two's company. (F 49365, Jan. 4, 1907. ) 

3842 

Valentine. Cupid holds his mirror up. 

(F 49371, Jan. 4, 1907.) 3843 

Cupid. There's a heart for every 

one. (F 49369, Jan. 4, 1907. ) 3844 

Here's a heart for you, my dear. 

(F 49370, Jan. 4, 1907.) 3845 

My sweet valentine. (F 49372, Jan. 

4, 1907.) 3846 

2 c. each Jan. 4, 1907. 

Valentines. Cupid has hearts of every 

kind and size. (F 49029, Dec. 31, 

1906. ) 3847 



102 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Ullman manufacturing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Valentines. The language of hearts is 
written above. (F 49028, Dec. 31, 
1906.) 3848 

This is love at the telephone. (F 

49027, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 3849 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 
Village blacksmith. (F 48912, Dec. 28, 
1906.) 3850 

What is it. (F 48900, Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

3851 
Windy day. (F 48905, Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

3852 
Wreck (The). (F 48930, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

3853 
2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

United States lithograph corn- 
pan v, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Letter bill design. 9989. (F 46197, Oct. 
12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1906.) 3854 

Urbach (Howard), Weston, 
W. Va. 
Gen. Stonewall Jackson and the Bailey 
house, Weston, W. Va, (F 49643. 
Jan. 15, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1907.) 3855 

Viadero (Ciriaco de), New 
York, N. Y. 
First in war, tirst in peace, and first in 
the hearts of his countrymen. Inau- 
guration of Gen. Washington as the 
first president of the United States of 
America. (F 48638, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 28, 1906.) 3856 

Weeks (Benjamin L. ), Law- 
rence, Mass. 
New wood mill, Lawrence, Mass. (F 
49578, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1907.) 

3857 
Weil (Henry) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Chieftain. (F 49244, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 3858 

East or West, home's best. (F 48549, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

3859 

Harvest. (F 48326, Dec. 18, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 19, 1906.) 3860 

Homeward bound. (F 49242, Jan. 2, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 3861 

On the warpath. (F 48645, Dec. 28, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3862 

Reveries. (F 49342, Jan. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 4, 1907.) 3863 

Square deal. (F 48325, Dec. 18, 1906.) 

3864 

There's nothing in smoking, there's 

nothing in kissing. (F 48324, Dec. 18, 

1906.) 3865 

2 c. each Dec. 19, 1906. 



Weil (Henrv) & co., New- 
York, N. Y. 
Three American beauties. ( F 49243, Jan. 

2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 3866 

Twilight. (F 47968, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 10, 1906.) 3867 

Under two flags but loyal. (F 41962, 

May 9, 1906; 2 c. May 10, 1906.) 3868 
Wild flower of the forest. ( F 49341, Jan. 

4, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 4, 1907.) 3869 

Weinman (Julius), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Free bridge, free commerce. (F 48557. 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1906. ) 3870 

Weisgerber (Charles H.), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Birth of our nation's flag. ( F 48643, Dec. 
28, 1906: 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 3871 

Weixelbaum (M.), Lima, 
Ohio. 
I'd like to see it clear up. ( F 48255, Dec. 
15, 1906.) 3872 

Its vour turn to write. (F 48254, Dec. 
15, 1906.) 3873 

Take back vour heart. (F 48252, Dec. 
15, 1906.)' 3874 

Why don't you come over? (F 48253, 
Dec. 15, 1906. ) 3875 

2 c. each Dec. 15, 1906. 

Wells (R. L. ), United States. 
And the night shall be filled with music. 
( F 48525," Dec. 24, 1906. ) 3876 

Devil (The) can cite scripture for his 
own purpose. (F 48528, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

3877 

God bless us, every one. (F 48529, Dec. 

24, 1906.) 3878 

Good (A) opening. (F 48520, Dec. 24, 

1906. ) 3879 

| Hall of fame. (F 48523, Dec. 24, 1906.) 

3880 ' 
| Hook (The) for you. (F 48524, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 3881 

] I do not think much of a man who is 
not wiser to-day than he was yester- 
day. (F 48526, Dec. 24, 1906.) 3882 

I It's all right. (F 48521, Dec. 24, 1906.) 

3883 
2 c. each Dec. 24, 1906. 

i This man acted and said nothing. (F 
48527. Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

3884 

| This man electrified the world. (F48530, 
Dec. 24. 1906.) 3885 

\ Those w T ho have in one v. ( F 48522. Dec. 
24, 1906. ) 3886 

'2 c. each Dec. 24, 1906. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



103 



Whitehead & Hoag com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 
At your service. (F 49702, Jan. 18, 1907; 
2"c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 3887 

Autumn night. . (F 49486, Jan. 10, 1907.) 

3888 
From my lady's garden. (F 49488, Jan. 
10, 1907.) " 3889 

2 each Jan. 10, 1907. 

Lost in the storm. (F 49719, Jan. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 3890 

Near to Nature's heart. (F 49647, Jan. 

8, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1907.) 3891 

Old friends. ( F 49718, Jan. 18, 1907 ; 2 c. 

Jan. 18, 1907.) 3892 

Old homestead. (F 49485, Jan. 10, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1907.) 3893 

On the deep sea. (F 49721, Jan. 18, 

1907.) 3894 

Queen of the Ballet, (F 49720, Jan. 18, 

1907.) 3895 

2 c. each Jan. 18, 1907. 
Return of the fishes. (F 49440, Jan. 8 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1907.) 3896 

Reverie. (F 48343, Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. 

Nov. 27, 1906. ) 3897 

Williams (E.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Au re voir. (F 49087, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3898 
Fisher (A) maiden fair. (F 49096, Dec. 
31, 1906.) 3899 

Have a bite. (F 49094, Dec. 31 , 1906. ) 

3900 
Ironing day. (F 49089, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3901 

Let's go in, the water is fine. (F 49085, 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 3902 

Noble (A) guardian. (F 49095, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3903 

Our little baker. (F 49093, Dec. 31, 

1906. ) 3904 

Plavmates. (F 49090, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3905 

Simplv delicious! (F 49092, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3906 

Spring flowers. (F 49086, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

3907 

Strike (The) that counts. (F 49091, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 3908 

Yes, you may take my order. (F 49084, 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 3909 

You need it in your business. (F 49088, 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 3910 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Williams (H. E.), Cassel, 
Cal. 
Burnev falls. 2. (F 48582, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 3911 



AVilliams (H. E.), Cassel, 

Cal. 

Ml. Shasta. 1. (F 48581, Dec. 26,1906.) 

3912 
Mt. Shasta. 3. ( F 48583, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

3913 

2 c. each Dec. 8, 1906. 

Pitt, River falls, Calif. (F 49319, Jan. 3, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1907.) 3914 

Sisson hatchery. 4. (F 48584, Dec. 26, 

19C6; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1906.) ' 3915 

Wirth (K.), Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

An interested pupil. (F 49122, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3916 

Dat's just my size, see! (F 49124, Dec. 

31, 1906.) " 3917 

Farmer's (The) daughter. (F 491 18, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 3918 

First (The) lesson. (F 49127, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3919 

Getting ready for market. (F 49123, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 3920 

Morning (The) deliverv. (F 49119, Dec. 

31,1906.) 3921 

On the frontier. {F 49128, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

3922 
On the homeward road. (F 49117, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 3923 

Perfect contentment, (F 49126, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3924 

Stop, stop! Fsedrownin'. (F49120,Dec. 

31,1906.) 3925 

Sunset on the lake. (F 49125, Dec. 31, 

1906. ) 3926 

This way to the inn. ( F 49121, Dec. 31, 

1906. ) 3927 

When the day is done. (F 49129, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 3928 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Wolff (Louis) & co. (Lim- 
ited), London, England. 
Return from Calvary, after the picture 
by Herbert Schmalz. (F 47308, Nov. 
19, 1906.) 3929 

Where rushing torrents the valley sweep, 
after the picture bv Carl Brennir. (F 
47307, Nov. 19, 1906.) 3930 

Where winds breathe gently thro' the 
trees, after the picture by Carl Bren- 
nir. (F 47306, Nov. 19, 1906.) 3931 
2 c. each Nov. 19, 1906. ■ 

Wood (Otis F. ), New Brigh- 
ton, N. Y. 
Bub, he's always to blame. Dec. 9, 1906. 
(F 47991, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 
1906. ) 



Dec. 16, 1906. (F 48289, Dec. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 3933 



104 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Wood (Otis F. ), New Brigh- 
ton, N. Y. 
Bub, he's alwavs to blame. Dec. 23, 

1906. (F 48499, Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 24, 1906. ) 3934 
Dec. 30, 1906. (F 49076, Dec. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 3935 

■ Jan. 6, 1907. (F 49425, Jan. 7, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 3936 
Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49598, Jan. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 3937 

Mary and her little lamb. Dec. 9, 1906. 

(F 47989, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 

1906.) 3938 
Dec 16, 1906. (F 48293, Dec. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 3939 
Dec. 23, 1906. (F 48496, Dec. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906.) 3940 
Dec. 30, 1906. (F 49074, Dec. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 3941 
Jan. 6, 1907. (F 49427, Jan. 7, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 3942 
Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49596, Jan. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 3943 
Mose puts up a brick game on Simon. 

Dec. 30, 1906. (F 49078, Dec. 31, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 3944 

Mulish foolishness. Jan. 13, 1907. (F 

49601, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 

1907.) 3945 

Sambo and his funny noises. Dec. 9, 

1906. (F 47988, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 10, 1906.) 3946 
Dec. 16, 1906. (F 48292, Dec. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 3947 
Dec. 23, 1906. (F 48495, Dec. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906. ) 3948 
Dec. 30, 1906. (F 49072, Dec. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 3949 
Jan. 6. 1907. (F 49429, Jan. 7, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 3950 
Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49595, Jan. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 3951 

Simon shows pa the way to do it. Jan. 

6, 1907. (F 49424, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 7, 1907.) 3952 

Simon Simple. Dec. 9, 1906. (F 47993, 

Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 

3953 
Dec. 16, 1906. (F 48288, Dec. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 3954 

Dec. 23, 1906. (F 48501, Dec. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906.) 3955 
S-stut-ter-ing S-s-sam-m-my. Dec. 9, 

1906. (F 47992, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 10, 1906.) 3956 
Dec. 16, 1906. (F 48290, Dec. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 3957 
Dec. 23, 1906. (F 48500. Dec. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906.) 3958 



Wood (Otis F.), New Brigh- 
ton, N. Y. 
S-stut-ter-ing S-s-sam-m-my. Dec. 30, 

1906. (F 49077, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 31, 1906. ) 3959 
Jan. 6, 1907. ( F 49426. Jan. 7, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 7, 1907. ) 3960 
Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49599, Jan. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 3961 

I Uncle George Washington Bings, the vil- 
lage storyteller. Dec. 9, 1906. (F 

47994, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 

1906. ) 3962 
Dec. 16, 1906. (F 48291, Dec. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 3963 
Dec. 23, 1906. (F 48498, Dec. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906.) 3964 
Dec. 30, 1906. (F 49075, Dec. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 3965 
Jan. 6. 1907. (F 49423, Jan. 7, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 3966 
Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49600, Jan. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 3967 
, Wags, the dog that adopted a man. Dec. 

9, 1906. (F 47990, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 10, 1906. ) 3968 
Dec. 16, 1906. (F 48294, Dec. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 3969 
Dec. 23, 1906. (F 48497, Dec. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1906.) 3970 
i Dec. 30, 1106. (F 49073, Dec. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 3971 
I Jan. 6, 1907. (F 49428, Jan. 7, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 3972 

' Jan. 13, 1907. (F 49597, Jan. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 3973 

Woodward & Tiernan print- 
ing company, St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Alice, (F 48320, Dec. 18, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
18, 1906.) 3974 

I Almost persuaded. (F 48319, Dec. 18, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 3975 

American beauties. (F 48314, Dec. 18, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 3976 

j American princess. (F 48205, Dec. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 3977 

American (An) princess. (F 48378, Dec. 
20, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 3978 

Anticipation. (F 48204, Dec. 14, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 14, 1906. ) 3979 

Among the oaks. (F 48321, Dec. 18, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1906. ) 3980 

At your service. ( F 49227, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 

3981 
Awaiting orders. ( F 49225, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 

3982 
2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 
Babbling brook. (F 48192, Dec. 14, 1906. ) 

3983 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



105 



Woodward & Tiernan print- 
ing company, St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Bitter-sweets. (F 48196, Dec. 14, 1906.) 

3984 

2 c. each Dec. 14, 1906. 

Blanche. (F 49229, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 3985 

Bread winner. (F 48322, Dec. 18, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 3986 

Caught in the act. (F 49232, Jan. 2, 

. 1907.) 3987 

Childhood days. ( F 49239, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 

3988 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

College widow. ( F 48200, Dec. 14, 1906; 

2 c." Dec. 14, 1906. ) 3989 

Commercial empire. (F 49236, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 3990 

Cup defenders. ( F 49234, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

3991 
Dainty duchess. ( F 49226, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 

3992 
2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 
Daring investigator. (F 48193, Dec. 14. 
1906'; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 3993 

Dear Jack. (F 48379, Dec. 20, 1906. ) 

3994 
Dividing the spoils. (F 48369, Dec. 20, 
1906.) 338o 

Dorothy. (F 48374, Dec, 20, 1906.) 

3996 
2 c. each Dec. 20, 1906. 
First lesson. (F 48190, Dec. 14, 1906. ) 

3997 
Full measure. (F 48202, Dec. 14, 1906.) 

3998 

2 c. each Dec. 14, 1906. 

Future president. (F 48309, Dec. 18, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 3999 

Good catch. (F 49240, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4000 

Goodluck. (F 48317, Dec. 18, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 18, 1906.) 4001 

Implicit faith. (F 49220, Jan. 2. 1907.) 

4002 

In the lumber country. ( F 49217, Jan. 

2, 1907.) 4003 

In the shade. (F 49222, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

4004 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Kiss of the wave. (F 48311, Dec. 18, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 4005 

Kiss (The) of the wave. (F 48368, Dec. 

20, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 4006 

Knows a good thing. (F 48199, Dec. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 4007 

Land of nod. (F 49228, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4008 

Leaving the harbor. (F 48307, Dec. 18, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 18 5 1906.) 4009 

3595— pt 4, nos 6-9—07 3 



Woodward & Tiernan print- 
ing company, St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Little chauffeur. (F 48191, Dec. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 4010 

Litttle Johnnie Jones. (F 49230, Jan. 2, 
1907.) 4011 

Love letter. (F 49219, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

4012 
2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Melodv sublime. (F 48316, Dec. 18, 

1906"; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 4013 

Melody Sublime (F 48372, Dec. 20, 

1906': 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 4014 

Might v center. (F 48195, Dec. 14, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 4015 

Nothin doin. (F 48312, Dec. 18, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 4016 

Now for a treat. (F 49233, Jan. 2, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4017 

Old Dan. (F 48365, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 20, 1906.) 4018 

Old homestead. (F 49231, Jan. 2, 1907; 

2 c Jan. 2, 1907.) 4019 

Old sport, (F 48197, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. 

De. 14, 1906.) 4020 

On deck. (F 48323, Dec. 18, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 18, 1906.) 4021 

On the alert. (F 48201, Dec. 14, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 14, 1906. ) 4022 

Only a bov. (F 49224, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 4023 

Our matinee girl. (F 48315, Dec. 18, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 4024 

Our matinee girl. (F 48373, Dec. 20, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906 ) 4025 

Our national flower. ( F 48306, Dec. 1 8, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 4026 

Outing. ( F 49237, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

2, 1907.) 4027 

Parisian belle. (F 48313, Dec. 18, 1906. ) 

4028 
Plaving two games. (F 48308, Dec. 18, 

1906.) 4029 

2 c. each Dec. 18, 1906. 

Preparing for the market. (F 48189, 
Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 

4030 

Prosperity. (F 48377, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 20, 1906.) 4031 

Protection. (F 49235, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

4032 

Proud American. (F 49216, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

4033 
2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Purity. ( F 48206, Dec. 14, 1 906; 2 c. Dec. 

14, 1906.) 4034 

Qualitv in every ounce. (F 49223, Jan. 

2, 1907; 2c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 4035 



106 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Woodward & Tiernan print- 
ing company, St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Ready for a spin. ( F 48203, Dec. 14, 1906 ; 
2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 4036 

Shooting dear. (F 49238, Jan. 2, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 4037 

Simplicity. (F 18375, Dec. 20, 1906.) 

4038 
Some peaches. (F 48370, Dec. 20, 1906. ) 

4039 
2 c. each Dec. 20, 1906. 

Something good ahead. (F 49241, Jan. 
2, 1907; 2 c, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4040 

Start (A) in business. (F 48371, Dec 20, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 4041 

Storm in Holland. (F 48318. Dec. 18, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906. ) 4042 

Storm of indignation. (F 48194, Dec. 
14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 4043 



Woodward & Tiernan print- 
ing company, St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Sunset (The) call. (F 48376, Dec. 20, 
1906.) 4044 

Thoughts far-away. (F 48367, Dec. 20, 
1906.) 4045 

2 c. each Dec. 20, 1906. 

Ultimatum, I have spoken. (F 48310, 

Dec. 18, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 4046 
Victory. (F 49218, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 4047 

Virginia. (F 48198, Dec. 14, 1906: 2 c. 

Dec. 14, 1906.) 4048 

Water (A) nymph. (F 48366, Dec. 20, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 4049 

Young master. (F 49221, Jan. 2, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4050 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 

of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1907 2124 



CLASS G.CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title i« abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read "Copyright bv A.cherman & Quigley lithograph company. Kansas 
City, Mo. Class G, XXc, no. 14736, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 copies received Dec. 17, 1906." 



Ackerman cy. Quigley litho- 
graph company, Kansas 
City, Mo. 
Ball room scene. 1268. (G 14736, Dec. 
17. 1906.) 4051 

Comical character. 1276. (G 14742, 
Dec. 17, 1906.) 4052 

Letter design. 1128. (G 14735, Dec. 17, 
1906.) 4053 

1133. I G 14731, Dec. 17. 1906.) 

4054 

1141. (G 14738, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

4055 

1142. (G 14739. Dec. 17, 1906.) 

4056 

1161. (G 14732, Dec. 17. 1906.) 

4057 

- 1 163. G 14734. Dec. 17. 1906.) 

4058 

Murrat and Mack. 1097. . ( G 14740, Dec. 

17, 1906.) 4059 

1098. (G 14743, Dec. 17, 1906. ) 

4060 
Scene. Amateur and professional steal- 
ing; diamonds. 1243. (G 14744. Dec. 
17, 1906.) 4061 

Scene from play. 1059. (G 14730, Dec. 
17, 1906.) 4062 

2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 

American lithographic com- 
pany. New York. X. Y. 
flew departures. ( G 14833, Dec. 29. 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 29, 1906.) 4063 

Boston rubber shoe com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
Bunker Hill monument, Boston. (G 

14780. Dec. 22, 1906.) 4064 
Christ church, old north, Boston. (G 

14781, Dec. 22. 1906.) 4065 
Faneuil hall, Boston. I < 1 14782, Dec. 22, 

1906.) 4066 

King's chapel, Boston. [G 14783, Dec. 

22. 1906.) 4067 

Minot ledge light, Boston harbor. (G 

14786, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4068 

New Christian science church, Boston. 

I G 14784, Dec. 22. 1906. I 4069 



Boston rubber shoe com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
Old bridge and minute men monument, 
Concord, Mass. Battle monument in 
distance. (G 14788, Dec. 22, 1906.) 

4070 

j Old south church, with new old south 

bldg. Boston. ( G 14785, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 

4071 
Old state house, Boston. (G 14787, Dec. 
22, 1906. ) 4072 

2 c. each Dec. 22, 1906. 

Breuker & Kesslerco., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Our boy. (G 14871, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 31, 1906.) 4073 

Campbell, Metzger cc Jacob- 
son, New York, N. Y. 
May. (G 15007, Jan. 11, 1907.) 4074 
; Sisnorita. (G 15008, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

4075 
2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 

Carleton & Hovey, Lowell, 

Mass. 

Ask yourself tonight if you are ashamed, 

of anything you did to-dav. A. B. (G 

14793, 14794, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4076 

Don't carry your wish bone where your 

back bone ought to be. (G 14790, Dec. 

22, 1906. ) 4077 

1 »on*t jump at a soft snap too quick. There 

may be a brick in it. (G 14791, Dec. 

22, "1906.) 4078 

Don't try to crowd all your pleasures into 

one dav. Keep some for the next. 

(G 14789, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4079 

Laugh and the world laughs with you, 

Snore and vou sleep alone. (G 14^92, 

Dec. 22. 1906.) 4080 

2 c. each Dec. 22, 1906. 

Courier company of Buffalo, 

Buffalo, X. Y. 

Caesar & Cleopatra. (G 14855, Dec. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 4081 

Carniyorous animals. Barnuin & Bailey. 

(G 15042. Jan. 18, 1907: 2 c Jan. 19, 

UHV. 4082 

107 



108 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Courier company of Buffalo, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Giant giraffes. Barnum & Bailey. (G 
15012, Jan. 16, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1907. ) 

4083 

Hack (Andrew). Figure. (G 14932, 

Jan. 9, 1907. ) 4084 

Portrait. (G 14933, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 

4085 

2 c. each Jan. 10, 1907. 

Sweeney's dream. (G 14854, Dec. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906. ) 4088 

Whaling. (G 15076, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 21, 1907.) 4087 

Crowell publishing com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. 
■Child vawning. (G 15009, Jan. 14, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 4088 

Curtis ( Florence M. ), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Watch Tacoma grow poster. (G 11445, 
Oct. 16, 1905; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 4089 

Du Pont (E. I.) company, 
Wilmington, Del. 
Favorite. (G 14895', Jan. 3, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 3, 1907.) 4090 

Eddy (Robert), Milwaukee, 
Wis. 
Have one on me. (G 11975, Jan. 10, 
1907.) 4091 

I arrived in safety. (G 14974, Jan. 10, 
1907. ) 4092 

2 c. each Jan. 10, 1907. 

Empire cream separator com- 
pany, Bloomrield. N. J. 
Summer. (G 15013, Jan. 16, 1907 
Jan. 16, 1907.) 

Flad (William), Richmond 
Hill, N. Y. 
Children at play. 4193. A. B. C. D 
14898-14901, Jan. 4, 1907.) 

4194. A. B. C. D. 

Jan. 4, 1907. ) 

4195. A. B. C. D. 

: Jan. 4, 1907. ) 

4196. A.B. C, D. 

Jan. 4, 1907.) 

4197. A. B. C. D. 

Jan. 4, 1907.) 
2 c. each Jan. 4 



2 c. 
4093 



(G 
4094 

(G 14902-14905, 

4095 
(G 14906-14909, 

4096 
(G 14910-14913, 

4097 
(G 14914-14917, 

4098 



. 1907. 

Gillin (Robert F.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Men and women riding in scenic railway 
cars. ,(G 13733, July 24, 1906; 2 c. 
July 24, 1906. ) 4099 

Graves (Eugene L. ), Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Confederate battle and Virginia state flag. 
(G 15074, Jan. 9, 1907.) 4100 



Graves (Eugene L. ), Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Flags and leaders of the Confederacy. 
(G 15073, Jan. 9, 1907.) 4101 

2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 

Gray lithograph company, 
" New York, N. Y. 
Cock of the walk. (G 14920, Jan. 5, 
1907.) 4102 

I guess I won't wait. (G 14921, Jan. 5, 
1907.) 4103 

2 c. each Jan. 4, 1907. 

Virgin Mt. Carmel. (G 14893, Jan. 3, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1907.) 4104 

Great Atlantic and Pacific 

tea company, New York, 

N. Y. 

Little friends. (G 14977, Jan. 10, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 10, 1907.) 4105 

Keith (Geo. E. ) co., Camp- 
ello, Mass. 
Spirit of the embers. (G 14569, Dec. 4, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 4106 

McCrorey (J. G. ) <k co., 
Norfolk, Va. 
Can you be with me on the war path? 
(G 14162, Oct. 16, 1906; 2 c. Oct, 16, 
1906.) 4107 

Meek companv, Coshocton, 
Ohio. 
Margarita. (G 14922, Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 5, 1907.) 4108 

Metropolitan printing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Mountaineers (The) (G 13941, Aug. 24, 
1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 4109 

Mitchell (Edward H.),San 
Francisco, Cal. 
In the good old summer time. (G 14892, 
Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 4110 

Platinachrome company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Alabama. (G 14703, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 15, 1906.) 4111 

Connecticut. (G 14930, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 7, 1907.) 4112 

Georgia. (G 14708, Dec. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 15, 1906.) 4113 

Illinois. (G 14931, Jan. 7, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 
7,1907.) 4114 

Indiana. (G 14709, Dec. 15, 1906. ) 

4115 
Kentucky. (G 14704, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

4116 
Maryland. (G 14702, Dec 15, 1906.) 

4117 
2 c. each Dec. 15, 1906. 

Massachusetts. (G 14926, Jan. 7, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 7, 1907. ) 4118 



OHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 



109 



Platinachrome company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Mississippi. (G 14705, Dec. 15, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 4119 

Missouri. (G 14925, Jan. 7, 1907.) 

4120 
New Jersey. (G 14929, Jan. 7, 1907. ) 

4121 
2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

North Carolina. (G 14707, Dec. 15, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 4122 

Oklahoma. (G 14923, Jan. 7, 1907.) 

4123 
Pennsylvania. (G 14927, Jan. 7, 1907.) 

4124 
Rhode Island. (G 14924, Jan. 7, 1907.) 

4125 
Virginia. (G 14928, Jan. 7. 1907.) 4126 

2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 
West Virginia. (G 14706, Dec. 15, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 4127 

Price (Ed. V.) & co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Who's vour tailor? (G 14755, Dec. 19, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 4128 

Powell (Prosper) & Evish 
(Philip), Norfolk, Va, 
Three Virginias. (G 14572, Dec. 4, 1906: 
2 c. Dec. 4, 1906.) 4129 

Presser (Theo. ), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Etude. Jan., 1907. (G 14891. Jan. 2, 
1907: 2 c. Dec. 21, 1906. I 4130 

Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Childhood & education of Moses. 2| bv 3. 
(G 15050, Jan. 18, 1907.) 4131 

God gives Jacob a new name. 2f by 3. 
(G 15044, Jan. 18, 1907. I 4132 

Israel enslaved in Egvpt. 2f bv 3. (G 
15049, Jan. 18, 1907*.) 4133 

2 c. each Jan. 18, 1907. 
Israel's escape from Egvpt. (G 14729, 
Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. Dec.*17, 1906.) 

4134 

2|- bv 3. (G 15053, Jan. 18, 1907.) 

4135 

Jacob's vision & God's promise, 2f by 3. 

(G 15043, Jan. 18, 1907. ) 4136 

Joseph faithful in prison, 2f bv 3. (G 

15046, Jan. 18, 1907.) 4137 

Joseph forgives his brothers, 2| by 3. 

(G 15048, Jan. 18, 1907.) 4138 

Joseph sold bv his brothers, 2f bv 3. 

(G 15045. Jan. 18, 1907. ) 4139 

Joseph, the wise ruler in Egypt, 2| by 3. 

(G 15047, Jan. 18, 1907.) " 4140 

2 c. each Jan. 18, 1907. 

Moses called to deliver Israel. (G 14727, 

Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906. ) 4141 



Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 

Moses called to deliver Israel. 2| bv 3. 

(G 15051, Jan. 18, 1907.) 4142 

Passover I The) 2| by 3. ( G 15052, Jan. 

18, 1907. ) 4143 

Review. 2f by 3. (G 15054, Jan. 18, 

1907.) 4144 

2 c. each Jan. 18, 1907. 
Temperance lesson. (G 14728, Dec. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 4145- 
2| by 3. (G 15055, Jan. 18, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 18, 1907. ) 4146 

Rotoaraph companv, New 

York, N. Y. 

After the parade. F. L. 190. (G 14839, 

Dec. 29, 1906.) 4147 

Automobili.-t(The) F. L. 149. [G 14842, 

Dec. 29, 1906. ) 4148 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Black-eved Susan. F. L. 168. (G14942, 

Jan. 9, 1907.) 4149 

Book keeper. F. L. 139. (G 14949, Jan. 

9, 1907.) 4150 

I Butterflv (The) F. L. 172. (G 14944, 

Jan. 9, 1907.) 4151 

i Carnation (The) Rah, rah, familv. F. 

L. 163. (G 14948, Jan. 9, 1907.)* 4152 

I Cigarrete fiend. F. L. 160. (G 14969, 

Jan. 9. 1907.) 4153 

2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 

College girl. F. L. 142. (G 14834, Dec. 

29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906.) 4154 

Comforts of home. F. L. 173. (G 14934, 

Jan. 9, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 4155 

Day ( The) the Dutch lead the Irish. F. 

L. 191. ( G 14853, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 4156 

Don't go. F. L. 138. (G 14846, Dec. 29, 

1906.) 4157 

Dress maker. F. L. 144. (G 14845, 

Dec. 29, 1906.) 4158 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Drv-goods clerk. F. L. 155. (G 14971, 

Jan. 9, 1907. ) 4159 

Easter greetings. F. L. 183. (G 14973, 

Jan. 9, 1907.) 4160 

2 c. each Jan, 9, 1907. 

Erin go brag. F. L. 188. (G 14837, Dec. 
29,1906.) 4161 

Following the crowd on St. Patrick's day. 
F. L. 192. (G 14836. Dec. 29, 1906.) 

4162 
Football player. F. L. 148. (G 14851, 
Dec. 29, 1906.) 4163 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Gee how it tickles. F. L. 176. (G 14937, 
Jan. 9, 1907.) 4164 



110 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRlEb 



Rotograph company, New 

York, N. Y. 

Grocer' 8 clerk. F. L. 156. (G 14956, 

Jan. 9, 1907.) 4165 

Happy easter. F. L. 180. (G 14960, 

Jan. 9, 1907.) 4166 

F. L. 181. (G 14955, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

4167 
He fell into a bramble bush for he was 

wondrous wise. F. L. 164. (G 14947, 

Jan. 9, 1907.) 4168 

Here Fido. F. L. 177. (G 14935, Jan. 

9, 1907.) 4169 

He's a dear. F. L. 185. (G 14964, Jan. 

9, 1907.) 4170 

In love's garden June. F. L. 169. (04 

14941, Jan. 9, 1907.) 4171 

Joyful easter. F. L. 182. (G 14966, Jan. 

9, 1907.) 4172 

2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 

King (A) for a day. F. L. 189. (G 
14852, Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906. ) 

4173 

Lotus (The). F. L. 165. (G 14939, Jan. 
9, 1907.) 4174 

Meadow beautv or deer grass. F. L. 167. 
(G 14940, Jan. 9, 1907.) 4175 

Messenger (The) boy. F. L. 150. (G 
14958, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 4176 

2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 

Morning. F. L. 133. (G 14840, Dec. 29, 
1906.) 4177 

Night. F. L. 135. (G 14841, Dec. 29, 
1906.) 4178 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Office (The) boy. (G 14963, Jan. 9, 
1907.) 4179 

Policeman (The). F. L. 157. (G 14962, 
Jan. 9, 1907.) 4180 

Popp v ( The ) . F. L. 1 70. ( G 14951 , Jan. 
9, 1907. 4181 

Pretty Bow-Wow. F. L. 136. (L 14950, 
Jan. 9, 1907.) 4182 

Scat, F. L. 175. (G 14938, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 

4183 
-2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 

School ma'am. F. L. 146. (04 14847. Dec. 

29, 1906.) 4184 

Sh-s-s-s-sh! F. L. 187. (G 14838, Dec. 

■ 29, 1906.) 4185 

Singer (The). F.L. 140. (F 14848, Dec. 
29,1906.) 4186 

Summer girl. F. L. 143. (G 14843, Dec. 
29, 1906.) 4187 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Tennis player. F. L. 154. (G 14961 , Jan. 
' 9, 1907.) 4188 



Rotograph company, New 
York, N. Y. 
This will win her. F. L. 186. (G 14959, 
Jan. 9, 1907.) 4189 

Tiger Lily. Sis Boom family. F. L. 
162. (G 14946, Jan. 9, 1907.") 4190 
2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 

! Toper (The). F. L. 141. (G 14844, Dec. 

29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906.) 4191 

Trained nurse. F. L. 158. (G 14972, 

Jan. 9, 1907.) 4192 

To you 'tis but a rose; for me it is my 

heart, F. L. 171. (G 14952, Jan. 9, 

1907.) 4193 

Two little bares. F. L. 159. (G 14967, 

Jan. 9, 1907.) 4194 

2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 

i Typewriter (The). F. L. 147. (04 14835, 

Dec, 29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906.) 4195 

Violet (The) old Eli family. F. L. 166. 

(G 14953, Jan. 9, 1907; 2 c, Jan. 9, 

1907.) 4196 

' Waiter (The). F. L. 145. (G 14849, 
Dec. 29, 1906.) 4197 

I What will mama say. F. L. 137. (G 
14850, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 4198 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 



F. L. 178 



L. 161. 



(G 14936, 

4199 

(G 14945, 

4200 

\ L. 184. 

4201 

L. 174. 

4202 

L. 152. (G 



F. 



Willie's last ride. 

Jan. 9, 1907. ) 
Wisdom plant, F 

Jan. 9, 1907.) 
Wonder how he'll like it. 

(G 14957, Jan. 9, 1907.) 
Wonder if I need a shine. 

(G 14943, Jan. 9, 1907.) 
Would-be (The) sport. F. 

14970, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 4203 

6 years. F.L. 132. (04 14954, Jan. 9, 

1907. ) 4204 

2c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 

Rude (Augustus D. ), New- 
York, N. Y. 
Modern fashions, spring and summer, 
1907. A. (G 14519, Nov. 28, 1906.) 

4205 

B. (G 14520, Nov. 28, 1906. ) 4206 

2 c. each Nov. 28, 1906. 

Sackett & Wilhelms L. and P. 

company, New 7 York, 

N.Y. 

Spring & summer, 1907. (G 14756, Dec. 



19, 1906; 



Dec. 19, 1906.) 



4207 



Schwab & Wolf, New York, 
N. Y. 
Dolly's blessing. (G 14701, Dec. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1906.) 4208 

Yacht flags. (G 14894, Jan. 3, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 3, 1907. ) 4209 



OHKOMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 



111 



Stanley works, New Britain, 
Conn. 
Mother (The) of New England industries. 
(G 14831, Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1906.) 4210 

Strauss (Edward E.) & co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Spring & summer. 1907. 550,552,553. (G 
14816, Dec. 26,' 1906. ) 4211 

554, 555. 556. (G 14817, Dec. 26. 

1906. ) 4212 

557. (G 14818, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4213 

2 c. each Dec. 26, 1906. 

Strobridge lithographing 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Alarm. X. Y. 12132. 12 sheet. (G 

14145, Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907. ) 

4214 

Bells. N. Y. 12186. 3 sheet. (G 14766, 

Dec. 20, 1906.) 4215 

Blame. N.Y. 12168. h sheet, i (4 14695. 

Dec. 14, 1906.) 4216 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Burglary. N.Y. 12142. (G 14509. Nov. 

26, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 4217 

Butterfly. N. Y. 12160. 8 sheet. (G 

14690, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

4218 

Card portrait, N.Y. 12140. (G 14507, 

Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 4219 

Cherubs. 12108. 3 sheet. (G 14295, Oct. 

25, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 4220 

Combination. N. Y. 12165. 1 sheet. 

(G 14693. Dec. 14. 1906: 2 c. Dec. 20, 

1906. ) 4221 

Daughters. 12073. I- sheet. (G 14285, 

Oct. 25, 1906.) 4222 
12072. 3 sheet. (G 14281. Oct. 25, 

1906. ) 4223 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Dock. N.Y. 12193. 3 sheet. (G 14771, 
Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 4224 

Ferrv. N. Y. 12189. 1 sheet. (G 
14768, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 

4225 
Frankfurter. N. Y. 12156. (G 14516, 



4226 

3 sheet. (G 
4227 



Nov. 26, 1906.) 

Geography. X. Y. 12164. 
14692, Dec. 14, 1906. 
2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 



Got vou. X. Y. 12137. \ sheet, (G 

14447. Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 

4228 
Grub. X. Y. 12163. 3 sheet. (G 14691, 

Dec. 14, 1906.) 4229 

Hammer lock. X. Y. 12206. 3 sheet. 

(G 14775, Dec. 20, 1906.) 4230 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 



Strobridge lithographing 

company, Cincinnati. 

Ohio. 

Inno-cent. N.Y. 12170. 8 sheet. (G 

14697, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 

4231 

Leaving. N.Y. 11977. 8 sheet. (G 

13654, July 16, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906. ) 

4232 

No vou don't. N.Y. 12141. (G 14508, 

Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907. ) 4233 

Paralyze. X. Y. 12157. (G 14517, Nov. 

26, 1906. ) 4234 

Portrait. X. Y. 12196. (G 14773, Dec. 

20, 1906. ) 4235 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Quits. X. Y. 12191. 1 sheet. (G 

14770, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 

4236 
Roof. X. Y. 12167. I sheet, (G 14694. 
Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 

4237 

Savage. X. Y. 12205. 3 sheet, (G 

14774, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 

4238 

Scream. X. Y. 1213.x. £ sheet. (G 

14442, Xov. 15, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 

4239 

Stand. 12071. 28 sheet. (G 14286, Oct. 

25, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 4240 

12093. 28 sheet. (G 14289, Oct. 

25, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 4241 

N.Y. 12031. 28 sheet. (G 13921, 

Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 

4242 
Surroundings. X. Y. 12143. (G 14510, 
Xov. 26, 1906.) 4243 

Tug of war. N.Y. 12166. 1 sheet. (G 
14765, Dec. 20, 1906. ) 4244 

2 c, each Jan. 7, 1907. 
Tower (A. J. ) & co.. Boston, 
Muss. 
Life savers. (G 14832, Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 29, 1906. ) 4245 

United States lithograph 
company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
Battle between Merrimac and Monitor 
and Hampton roads. 10332. (G 15077, 
Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 

4246 

Bovs, the captain's right. It is a girl. 

10004. (G 15040, Jan. 18, 1907. ) 4247 

Caught. 293. (G 15030, Jan. 18, 1907.) 

4248 

Comic street scene. 289. (G 15033, 

Jan. 18, 1907.) 4249 

Dining room gjene. 298. (G 15035. 

.lam 18, 1907.) 4250 

2 c. each Jan. 18, 1907. 

Do not drink, father, until I am ready. 

10189. (G 14805, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 26, 1906.) 4251 



112 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Dog rescuing woman from drowning. 

9791. (G 15032, Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 18, 1907.) 4252 

Don't you dare strike mother. 10258. 

(G 15000, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 

190".) 4253 

Garland dance. 9758. (G 14869, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 4254 

Hanford and Drofnah, bust portraits. 

9944. (G 14864, Dec. 31, 1906.) 4255 
2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 
Hitting the pipe. 10242. ( G 1 5036, Jan. 

18,1907.) 4256 

Hottamale. 10330. (G 15034, Jan. 18, 

1907. ) 4257 

2 c. each Jan. 18, 1907. 
How could we live without them. 10329. 

(G 15078, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 

1907. ) 4258 

Is that a cupboard Steve? 10176. (G 

15039, Jan. 18, 1907.) 4259 

It's never too late to mend. 10241. (G 

15037, Jan. 18, 1907. ) 4260 

Male and female colonial characters. 

285. (G 15038, Jan. 18, 1907.) 4261 
Male and female negro characters. 295. 

(G 15029, Jan. 18, 1907.) 4262 

2 c. each Jan. 18, 1907. 
My youth is going Robert. 10177. (G 

15005, Jan. 14. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 

1907.) 4263 

Old man and girls. 288. (G 15031, Jan. 

18, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 4264 

Other (The) glove. Sir, was our Amv in 

there? 10164. (G 15001, Jan/l4, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 4265 

Papa's auto. 10060. (G 14604, Dec. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906. ) 4266 



United States lithograph 
company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
Real (The) man in the moon. 10199. 
(G 14999, Jan. 14, 1907.) 4267 

Shoemaker (The) surprises the cowbovs. 
10224. (G 15002, Jan. 14, 1907.) 4268 
2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 
Sure (A) winner. 10059. (G 14601, 
Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 4269 
Welch (Joe) as Morris Goldberg, the 
shoemaker. 10229. (G 15003, Jan. 
14, 1907.) 4270 

Welch (Joe) , the shoemaker. 10230. (G 
15004, Jan. 14, 1907.) 4271 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 
Welch (Joe) as the shoemaker. 10235. 
(G 15041, Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1907.) 4272 

With this dynamite I will blow out the 
roof of the mine. 10190. (G 14806, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 4273 
Yellow kids fighting. 10064. (G 15079, 
Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907. ) 4274 

Walsh (M. H.), Woods 
Hole, Mass. 
New rambling rose. Hiawatha. (G 
15010, Jan. 15, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1907.) 

4275 

Waples (Margaret Evelyn), 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Yellow the fields where ripens the grain, 

and yellow the moon on the harvest 

wain. (G 14165, Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 29, 1906. ) 4276 

Whitehead and Hoag com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 
Easter lilies. * (G 15014, Jan. 16, 1907.) 

4277 
In acorn time. (G 15015, Jan. 16. 1907.) 

4278 
2 c. each Jan. 16, 1907. 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 471 



CLASS H, PHOTOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright bv N.J Abbott & son, Berkeley, Cal. Class H 
XXc, nos. 88842-88844, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 copies bf each received Jan. 7, 1907." 



Abbott (N. J. ) & son, Berke- 
ley, Cal. 
Bill, the dog man. 1, 2, 3. (H 88842- 
88844, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 7, 
1907. ) 4279 



Calistoga, 



Adams (Ira Clay 
Cal. 
Indian squaw and papoose. 
Nov. 26, 1906.) 

2. (H 85884, Nov. 26, 1906.) 

3. (H 85885, Nov. 26, 1906.) 

2 c. each Nov. 10, 1906. 

American mutoscope and bio- 
graph company, New York, 
N. Y. 



Trial marriages. ( H 89469, Jan 


.17, 1907; 


2 c. Jan. 


17, 1907.) 




4283 


American stereoscopic corn- 


pan v, New York, N. Y 




A 29596. 


A 33010. 


A 33036. 


A 33043. 


A 33064. 


A 38327. 


A 38413. 


A 38433. 


A 40856. 


A 40906. 


A 41 269. 


A 41569. 


A 41 826. 


A 54856. 


A 54943. 


A 55054. 


A 55061. 


A68921. 


A 69153. 


A 691 80. 


A 69190. 


A 69228. 


A 69283. 


A 69311. 


A 69397. 


A 69489. 


A 695.11. 


A 69963. 


A 75470. 


A 75511. 


A 75614. 


A 75620. 


A 75641. 


A 75676. 


A 75680. 


A 75748. 


A 75797. 


A 75802. 


A 76543. 


A 80218. 


A 81025. 


A 81046. 


A 81 076. 


A 81096. 


A 81104. 


A 81 162. 


A 81200. 


A 81865. 


A 81884. 


A 81955. 


A81991. 


A 82014. 


A 82051. 


A 82056. 


A 82057. 


A 82087. 


A 82114. 


A 83250. 


A 83270. 


A83277. 


A 83313. 


A 83378. 


A 83406. 


A 83428. 


A 83429. 


A 83447. 


A 83500. 


A 83555. 


A 83586. 


A 83730. 


A 83757. 


A 83812. 


A 83820. 


A 840 16. 


A 84025. 


A 84051. 


A 84111. 


A 841 16. 


A 84212. 


A 84219. 


A 84236. 


A 84238. 


A 84500. 


A 84506. 


A 84507. 


A 8461 5. 


A 84627. 


A 84647. 


A 84662. 


A 84667. 


A 84708. 


A 84749. 


A 84750. 


A 84760. 


A 84762. 


A 84763. 


A 84797. 


A 84831. 


A 84839. 


A 84840. 


A 84852. 


A 84907. 


A 84944. 


A 84956. 


A 84977. 


A 84987. 


A 85004. 


A 85026. 


A 85038. 


A 85539. 


A 85541. 


A 85570. 


A 85597. 


A 85601. 


A 85637. 


A 85659. 


A 85672. 


A 88925. 


A 91789. 


A 91878. 



1. (H 85883, 
4280 
4281 
4282 



A 91967. 


A 92007. 


A 92285. 


A 92299. 


A 92385. 


A 92655. 


A 92713. 


A92812. 


A 92996. 


A 93004. 


A 93148. 


A 93173. 


A 93380. 


A 93558. 



American stereoscopic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
A91928. A91954. 
A 92038. A 92256. 
A 92323. A 92363. 
A 92667. A 92709. 
A 92922. A 92985. 
A 931 20. A 93144. 
A 93197. A 93295. 
A 93603. A 93609. A 93648. (H 
88845-88995, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 
5, 1907. ) 4284-4287 

Ames (Linwood Payson), 
New York, N. Y. 
1 Cuba. (H 87667, Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 24, 1906. ) 4288 

Arakelvan (Sahag), Boston, 
Mass. 
i New Harvard medical school. (H 89021, 
Jan. 8, 1907.) 4289 

1 Harvard stadium. (H 89022, Jan. 8, 
1907.) 4290 

2 c. each Jan. 8, 1907. 

Arnette (Elma), Culbertson, 
Mont. 
1 Chief Lone Dog. 2. ( H 87982, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 4291 

I Indian Squaw and Papoose. 3. (H 
87983, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4292 

Sioux Indian camp. 1. (H 87981, Dec. 
26, 1906.) 4293 

2 c. each Dec. 26, 1906. 

Arnold (W. W.), Colorado 
Springs, Colo. 
I Kinglet cascade. (H 88561, Jan. 4, 
1907. ) 4294 

! Towhee falls. (H 88562, Jan. 4, 1907.) 

4295 
2 c. each Jan. 4, 1907. 

Balster (Frank S. ), Durango, 
Colo. 
From Durango, Colo. (H 83583, Oct. 5, 
1906.) 4296 

j Ute chief Ignacio on horseback. (H 
82893, Sept. 19, 1906.) 
2 c. each Dec. 26, 1906. 

113 



114 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Bandholtz (F. J.), Des 
Moines, Iowa. 
Des Moines, looking east. (H 89320, 
Jan. 14, 1907. ) 4298 

Review at Ft. Des Moines. (H 89321, 
Jan. 14, 1907. ) 4299 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 

Barclay (James S.), San 
Diego, Cal. 
The largest tomato vine in the world. 
(H 87703, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1906. ) 4300 

Berrv (W. S. ), Gardiner, 

Mont. 

Bitter root, lewisia rediviva. ( H 87554, 

Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4301 

Columbine, aquilegia. (H 87556, Dec. 

22, 1906. ) 4302 

Flax, linum lewisii. (H 87560, Dec. 22, 

1906.) 4303 

Gentian, gentiana elegans. (H 87562, 

Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4304 

Harebell, campanula rotundifolia. (H 

87564, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4305 

Indian paint brush, castilleja. (H 87559, 

Dec. 22, 1906.) 4306 

Iris. (H 87561, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4307 

Larkspur, delphinium. (H 87558, Dec. 

22, 1906.) 4308 

Lupine, lupinus. (H 87555, Dec. 22, 

1906. ) 4309 

Mentzelia. (H 87557, Dec. 22, 1906.) 

4310 
Monkshood, aconitum. (H 87565, Dec. 

22, 1906.) 4311 

Wild rose. (H 87563, Dec. 22, 1906.) 

4312 
2 c. each Dec. 22, 1906. 

Billings (Louis G.), Belle 
Fourche, S. Dak. 

Belle Fourche project. Method of carry- 
ing earth from bottom of Ditch to the 
top. (H 88212, Dec. 29, 1906.) 4313 

Method of excavation. (H 88215, 

Dec. 29, 1906.) 4314 

Boots and saddles, 6th cavalry Ft. Meade. 
(H 88216, Dec. 29, 1906.) 4315 

Capt. Johnson addressing Indians in 
camp at Belle Fourche, S. D. (H 
88213, Dec. 29, 1906.) 4316 

Indians camped at Belle Fourche, S. Dak. 
(H 88218, Dec. 29, 1906.) 4317 

Return of 6th cavalry, bringing Ute 
Indians with them through Belle 
Fourche, S. J). (H 88217, Dec. 29, 
1906.) 4318 

Ute Indians captured by 6th cavalry. 
(H 88214, Dec. 29, 1906.) 43i9 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 



Birdsall (Geo. E.), Chicago, 
111. 
Delights of childhood. (H 89551, Jan. 
18, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 4320 

Blosser (J. A.), Snohomish, 

Wash. 

Cowlitz glacier and Cathedral rock from 

Camp Muir. 724. (H 88468, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 4321 

Cowlitz glacier and chimneys. 717. (H 

88463, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4322 

Cowlitz glacier. 721. (H 88466, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 4323 

Foot of the Nisqually glacier and source 

of the Nisqually river. 713. (H 

88461, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4324 

Foot of the Nisqually glacier. 712. (H 

88460, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4325 

Gibraltar and summit of Mt. Rainier or 
Tacoma, Wash. 726. (H 88469, Jan. 
2, 1907.) 4326 

Ice cave entrance, Stephens glacier. 
714. (H 88462, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4327 

Mt. Rainier or Tacoma, patriarch of the 
Cascades, Wash. 93. (H 88454, Jan. 
2, 1907.) 4328 

Mt. Tacoma or Rainier, patriarch of the 
Cascades, 14,528 ft. high. 705. (H 

88456, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4329 

Narada falls, Paradise river. 706. (H 

88457, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4330 

On the Cowlitz glacier. 91. (H 88452, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4331 

719. ( H 88464, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4332 

On the trail to Paradise vallev. 707. (H 

88458, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4333 

Out for a drive. The start. 728. (H 
88470, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4334 

The finish. 729. (H 88471, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 4335 

Paradise glacier. 92. (H 88453, Jan. 2, 
1907.) 4336 

720. ( H 88465, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4337 

Saddle mts., Wash. 78. (H 88455. Jan. 
2, 1907.) 4338 

Summit of Mt. Rainier or Tacoma, Wash. 
723. (H 88467, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4339 

Summit of Pinnacle peak. 710. (H 

88459, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4340 
2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Bodine (Howard O.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Members Hamilton Park lodge 675, 
Knights of Pythias, Chicago, 111. { H 
89554, Jan. 19, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907. ) 

4341 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



115 



Bordeaux (David J.), 

Springfield. Mass. 

Posing. (H 89004, Dec. 28, 1906.) 4342 

We is brothers. (H 89005, Dec. 28, 

1906. ) 4343 

2 c. each Dee. 28, 1906. 

Bovce (Isaac IV), United 
States. 
Bye-bve. (H 89514, Jan. 17. 1907: 2 c. 
Jan: 17, 1907/i 4344 

Bradley (Maria Gilbert), 
Haverhill, Mass. 
Old Bradlev farm, Haverhill, Mass. (H 
89395, Jan. 15, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 4. 1907.) 

4345 
Bradley (William Aloysius), 
Greenville, Miss. 
First born. (H 88250. Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 31. 1906.) 4346 

Bruce (Carrie E. I, Los An- 
geles, Cal. 
Pleading. (H 88181, Dec. 29, 1906.) 

4347 

Shooting (The). (H 88180, Dec. 29, 

1906.) 4348 

Stooping o'er the dead. (H 88183, Dec. 

29, 1006.) 4349 

To the rescue. ( H 88182, Dec. 29. 1906. ) 

4350 
2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Burbank (Alfred 8.), Ply- 
mouth, Mass. 

Abrams hill, Duxburv. Mass. ( H 88297, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4351 

Across the mill pond, Duxburv, Mass. 
( H 88298, Jan. 2. 1907. ) 4352 

Cable office, Duxburv. Mass. (H 88301, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4353 

Lobster man's return, Duxburv. Mass. 
(H 88296, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4354 

Lover's lane, Duxburv, Mass. (H 88293, 
Jan. 2. 1907.) 4355 

Old department store. Duxburv, Mass. 
( H 88295, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4356 

Powder Point cove, Duxburv, Mass. 
(H 88299. Jan. 2, 1907.) 4357 

School buildings, Powder Point. Dux- 
burv, Mass. (H 88302, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

4358 

Town from meadows, Duxburv. Mass. 
(H 88300, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4359 

Washington street, looking north, Dux- 
burv,' Mass. (H 88294, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

4360 
2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Bvron (Joseph), Xew York, 

X. Y. 

Lhevinne familv. 5. (H 89524, Jan. 18, 

1907.) 4361 

Lhevinne familv at sea. 4. (H 89523, 

Jan. 18. 1907/) 4362 



Bvron (Joseph ), New York, 

N. Y. 

Lhevinne (M.) 1. (H 89520, Jan. 18, 

1907.) 4363 

Lhevinne (M. & lime. ) 2. (H 89521, 

Jan. 18, 1907.) 4364 

Lhevinne (M.) at the piano. 3. (H 

• 89522, Jan. 18, 1907. ) 4365 

Lhevinne (Mme. ) and child. 6. (H 

89525, Jan. 18, 1907. ) 4366 
Lhevinne (Mme. ) at the piano. 7. (H 

89526, Jan. 18, 1907. ) 4367 
2 c. each Jan. 18, 1907. 

Carpenter (W. E. ), Free- 
in ansburg, W. Ya. 
Jackson's (Stonewall) boy-hood home. 
(H 88777, Jan. 7, 1907;' 2 c. Jan. 7, 
1907.) 4368 

Chevne (Charles), Peoria, 

111. 

Mvstic (The) picture of nature. (H 

89023, Jan. 9, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 8, 1907.) 

4369 
Chickering (Elmer), Boston, 
Mass. 
Aikin (John A.) 1. (H 88478, Jan. 2, 
1907. i 4370 

2. (H 88479, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4371 

Braley (Henrv K.) 3. (H 88477, Jan. 
2, 1907.) 4372 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

4, 5. (H 89108-89109, Jan. 9, 1907; 

2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907.) 1373 

Curtis (Edwin U. ) 1. (H 89627. Jan. 

21,1907.) 4374 

2. (H 89628, Jan. 21, 1907.) 4375 

3 4. ( H 89629-89630. Jan .21,1 907 . I 

4376 
2 c. each Jan. 21, 1907. 

Guild (Governor Curtis) jr. and council. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 2. 

(H 88645. Jan. 4, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 4. 

1907.) 4377 

Guild (Governor Curtis). 1. (H 89105, 

Jan. 9, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 4378 

Hammond (John W.) 1. (H 88475, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4379 

2. (H 88476, Jan. 2, 1907.1 4380 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

3 to 9. (H 89098-89104, Jan. 9. 

1907; 2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907.) 4381 

Knowlton (M. P.) 2. (H 88473, Jan. 2. 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907. i 4382 

3, 4. (H 89111-89112, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 

4383 
5. (H 89116, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 4384 

6. (H 89113, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 4385 

2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 



116 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Chickering (Elmer), Boston, 

Mass. 

Loring( William C.) 1. (H 88646, Jan. 4 r 

1907; 2 c. Jan 4, 1907.) 4386 
2-3. (H 89106-89107, Jan. 9, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 9, 1907. ) 4387 

Morton (James M.) 2. (H 87986, Dec. 

26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 4388 
3. (H 88474, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c, Jan. 

2,1907.) 4389 
4-9. (H 89117-89122, Jan. 9, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 4390 

Rugg (Arthur P. ) 1. ( H 88647, Jan. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1907.) 4391 

2. (H 89114, Jan. 9, 1907.) 4392 

3. (H 89115, Jan. 9, 1907.) 4393 

Sheldon (H. N.) 10. (H 89110, Jan. 9, 

1907.) 4394 

2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 
Stevens (W. B.) 1. (H 88480, Jan. 2, 

1907.)' 4395 

2. (H 88481, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4396 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Clarke (F. C), Cranford, 
N. J. 
Mitchell (Donald Grant). (H 89231, 
sTan. 12, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1907.) 

4397 
Cleaves (Charles H.), Rock- 
port, Mass. 
LeanderM. Haskins hospital, Eockport, 
Mass. ( H 88440, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 
2, 1907.) 4398 

Cleveland & Whitehall com- 
pany, Newbnrgh, N. Y. 
Overall girl in her basket. (H 89305, 
Jan. 14, 1907.) 4399 

& the spider. (H 89304, Jan. 14, 

1907. ) 4400 

Romper boy soldier. (H 89308, Jan. 14, 

1907. ) 4401 

Romper box's plum. (H 89307, Jan. 14, 

1907.) 4402 

Romper's cat. (H 89310, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

4403 

Rough rider boy. (H 89306, Jan. 14, 

1907. ) 4404 

Rough rider blowing his horn. (H 89309, 

Jan. 14, 1907.) 4405 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 

Coane (R. W. & F. W.), 
Salem, Mass. 
What do you s'pose it is? (H 87702, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 4406 

Cook (Ina L. ), Menlo Park, 
Cal. 
Neptune at the golden gate, San Fran- 
cisco. (H 87700, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 26, 1906.) 4407 



Cooper (Sidney H. ), Lake- 
wood, N. J. 
In summer at Allenwood. (H 89466, 
Jan. 16, 1907.) 4408 

Road to Allaire in springtime. (H 
89464, Jan. 16, 1907. ) 4409 

Road to Allaire. 1. (H 89465, Jan. ]6, 
1907.) 4410 

Road to AUaire through the wood. (H 

89467, Jan. 16, 1907.) 4411 
Scene from the bridge Allenwood. (H 

89468, Jan. 16, 1907.) 4412 
2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Coster (Paul R.), Holland, 
Mich. 
Christmas on the ice. (H 88651, Jan. 5, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1907.) 4413 

Couper (Norman G. ), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Baby's first Christmas. 1. (H 89311, 
Dec. 15, 1906.) 4414 

2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. (H 89312-89318, 

Jan. 14, 1907. ) 4415 

2 c. each Dec. 6, 1906. 

Dawson (W. L. ), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Nest and eggs of Northwestern redwing. 
8. (H 88161, Dec. 27, 1906.) 4416 

On the banks of the Pend D'Oreille. A 
nesting haunt of the western golden- 
crowned kinglet. (H 83162, Dec. 27, 
19C6. ) 4417 

Portrait of glaucous-winged gull, adult. 
7. (H 88160, Dec. 27, 1906.) 4418 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 



Davenport (Homer), New 
York. 
Muson, (standing), Bedouin slave hold- 
ing him. 6. (H 88531. Dec. 7, 1906.) 

4419 

Muson, (standing), Bedouin slave in 

saddle. 5. ( H . 88530, Dec, 7, 1906. ) 

4420 
Muson, (trotting), Bedouin slave riding 
with spear in hand. 7. (H 88532, 
Dec. 7, 1906.) 4421 

Obeyan, a seglowie Oberia, ridden by 
Homer Clyde Davenport, in Bedouin 
costume. 4. (H 88529, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

4422 

Roseben, (Shaw up) going to post at 

Belmont park. 8. (H 88533, Dec. 7, 

1906. ) 4423 

Yakwas and Yima driven by bov and 

girl. 1. (H 88526, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

4424 
Yakwas and Yima driven by boy and 
girl. 2. (H 88527, Dec. 7, 1906.) 

4425 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



117 



Davenport (Homer). New 
York, X. Y. 
Yakwas and Yima driven by Mildred 
Davenport. 3. (H 88528, Dec. 7, 
1906.) 4426 

2 c. each Dec. 7. 1906. 

Dean (Willis A.), Provi- 
dence, K. I. 
Around the lake. (H 89297, Jan. 12. 
1907.) 4427 

Enchanted woods. (H 89296, Jan. 12, 
1907.) 4428 

Intervale. (H 89295, Jan. 12, 1907.) 

4429 
Moonlight on the Squam. (H 89294, 
Jan. 12, 1907. ) 4430 

2 c. each Jan. 12. 1907. 

Deans (W. T. ) & co., Eliza- 
beth City, X. C. 
Court house, Elizabeth City, X. C. (PI 
80810, July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906. ) 

4431 
De Camp (Ralph E. ), 
Helena, Mont. 
Summer time. A Montana idyl. (H 
88304, Jan. 2. 1907: 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 

4432 
Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Along the shore at Cloverdale, Lake 
George, X. Y. (H 89509, Jan. 17, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 17. U 07. ) 4433 

Ammonoosuc lake, White mountains. 
X. H. (H 89435, Jan. 16. 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1907.) 4434 

Arrival of Rex, Mardi Gras day, Xew 
Orleans, La. < H 88520, Jan. 2, 1907: 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1907. | 4435 

Assistants at Medicine Lodge, Gros Ventre 
Indians. (H S9642. Jan. 21. 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 21, 1907.) 4436 

Basin, Franconia Notch, White ruts., 
X. H. ( H 89433. Jan. 16, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1907.) 4437 

Bells (The). Mission San Gabriel, Cal. 
(H 88727, Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 5, 
1907. ) 4438 

Bethlehem street, looking east, Bethle- 
hem, X. H. (H 89442, Jan. 16, 1907.) 

4439 
Bethlehem street, looking west, Bethle- 
hem. X. H. i H 89440, Jan. 16, 1907.) 

4440 
2 c. each Jan. 16, 1907. 

Bit of shore at Kattskill bav, Lake 
Geonre, X. Y. ( H 89510, Jan. 17, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 17, 1907.) 4441 

Calle de Commercio, Juarez. Mexico. 
(H 88505, Jan. 2. 1907: 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1907.) 4442 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Carnegie librarv, Burlington, Vermont. 
(H 88996. Jan. 7. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 7. 
j 1907. ) 4443 

Crawford House and Presidential range, 
from Mt. Avalon, X. H. (H 89430, 
Jan. 16, 1907.) 4444 

Crawford Notch from M. C. R. R. cut, 
X. H. (H 89439, Jan. 16, 1907. ) 4445 
2 c. each Jan. 16, 1907. 
Cree Indian with his son. (H 89638, 
Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 4446 
Dome island, from Sagamore dock. Lake 
George, X. Y. ( H 89507, Jan. 17, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 17, 1907.) 4447 

; El Paso, Texas, showing Oregon St., the 
park and hotel Orndorf. (H 89631, 
Jan. 21, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 21. 1907. I 

4448 

j Exterior of market place, Juarez, Mexico. 

(H 88507. Jan. 2. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 

1907. i 4449 

Flume, looking up, Franconia Xotch, 

X. H . ( H 89431 , Jan. 16, 1907. ) 4450 

! Gate of notch, toward Crawford House, 

X. H. ( H 8943S, Jan. 16, 1907. ) 4451 

2 e. each Jan. 16. 1907. 

Hague bay, Lake George, X. Y. (H 
89500. Jan. 17, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 17, 1907. ) 

4452 
j Harvev curio and news stand, union de- 
pot, El Paso, Texas. ( H 88513, Jan. 2, 
1907. ) 4453 

I Hotel Dieu, El Paso. Texas. I H 88511. 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4454 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 
; Hulett house and surroundings, Lake 
Geome. X. Y. (H 89502, Jan. 17, 
1907.^i 4455 

I Hulett house, Lake George, X'. Y. (H 
89504, Jan. 17, 1907.) 4456 

Hulett's landing, Lake George. X. Y. (H 
89503, Jan. 17, 1907.) 4457 

2 c. each Jan. 17, 1907. 

Indian ponv race. (H 89639, Jan. 21, 

1907.) 4458 

Irene Rock, an Assinaboine schoolgirl at 

fort Belknap. ( H 89635. Jan. 21, 1907. ) 

4459 
2 c. each Jan. 21, 1907. 

Island harbor, Lake George, X. Y. (H 

89499, Jan. 17, 1907.) 4460 

Kattskill house. Lake George. X. Y. (H 

89512, Jan. 17, 1907.) 4461 

Kattskill landing, Lake George, X. Y. 

(H 89495, Jan. 17, 1907.) 4462 

Landing at Sabbath Day point, Lake 

George. X. Y. ( H 89496! Jan. 17. 1907. ) 

4463 



118 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Landing at Trout pavilion, Lake George. 
N. Y. (H 89513, Jan. 17, 1907.) 

4464 
2 c. each Jan. 17, 1907. 
Launch of the City of Cleveland. (H 
88997, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 

4465 

Listening (The) nymph. ( H 87299, Dec. 

19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 4466 

Little Harbor, Marblehead, Mass. (H 

85412, Nov. 16, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 16, 1906. ) 

4467 

Looking south from Hulett's landing, 

Lake George, N. Y. (H 89505, Jan. 

17, 1907. ) 4468 

Looking towards Rock hurst from Trout 

pavilion, Lake George, N. Y. (H 

89511, Jan. 17, 1907.) 4469 

2 c. each Jan. 17, 1907. 

Mexican acqueia or irrigating canal, 

Juarez, Mexico. (H 88506. Jan. 2, 

1907. ) 4470 

Mexican adobe house, Mt. Franklin in 

distance, El Paso, Texas. (H 88509, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 4471 

Mexican church at the smelter, El Paso, 

Texas. (H 88512, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4472 

Mexican settlement at the smelter, Rio 

Grande in background, El Paso, Texas. 

(H 88508, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4473 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

New profile house and cottages from 

Eagle lodge, Franconia Notch, N. H. 

(H 89434, Jan. 16, 1907.) 4474 

Newprofile house, Franconia Notch, N. H. 

(H 89432, Jan. 16, 1907.) 4475 

2 c. each Jan. 16, 1907. 

North from Hulett house, Lake George, 

N. Y. (H 89501, Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 17, 1907.) 4476 

On the road from Crawford's to Brett .on 

woods, N. H. (H 89437, Jan. 16, 1907. ) 

4477 
On the shore of Lake Spofford, Chester- 
field, N. H. (H 89441, Jan. 16, 1907.) 

4478 
2 c. each Jan. 16, 1907. 
Orchestra for grass dance, Gros Ventre 
Indians. (H 89641, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

4479 
Rattlesnake, an Assinaboine, on guard on 
outskirts of camp. (H 89634, Jan. 21, 
1907. ) 4480 

Receiving presents after a three davs fast 
in the Medicine Lodge. (H 89636, 
Jan. 21, 1907.) 4481 

2c. each Jan. 21, 1907. 
Rex pageant, Mardi Gras dav, New Or- 
leans, La. (H 88514, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

4482 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Rex pageant, Mardi Gras day, New Or- 
leans, La. A. B. (H 88515, 88516, Jan. 
2,1907.) 4483 

Rex passing up Camp street, Mardi Gras 
day, New Orleans, La. (H 88519, Jan. 
2, 1907. ) 4484 

Rex receiving the key at the city hall, 
Mardi Gras day,' New Orleans, La. 
(H 88518, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4485 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Rising house, Lake George, N. Y. (H 
89508, Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1907.) 

4486 

Roosevelt, king of herd, at bay and Carry 
Nation, dehorned cow. ( H 89633, Jan. 
21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907. ) 4487 

Roval chariot with Rex, Mardi Gras day, 
New Orleans, La. (H 88517, Jan. 2, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 4488 

Sagamore hotel, Green island, Lake 
George, N. Y. (H 89506, Jan. 17, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1907.) 4489 

Sinclair (The), Bethlehem, N. H. (H 
89428, Jan. 16, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1907. ) 4490 

Stage coach from Harlem, Mont. (H 
89643, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1907.) 4491 

State capitol, St. Paul, Minn. (H 87980, 
Dec. 26, 1906: 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 4492 

Str. Citv of Cleveland, on the ways. (H 
89391, Jan. 14, 1907.) 4493 

showing bow rudder. (H 89389, 

Jan. 14, 1907.) 4494 

Stern quarter. (H 89390, Jan. 14, 

1907. ) 4495 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 

Steamer landing at Hague, Lake George, 
N. Y. (H 89497, Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 17, 1907. ) 4496 

Steamer New York, and Poughkeepsie 
bridge, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. (H 89388, 
Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 4497 

Trout pavilion & landing, Lake George, 
N. Y. (H 89498, Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 17, 1907.) 4498 

Two Cree children from Canada. (H 
89637, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 

4499 

Union depot and trains, El Paso, Texas. 
(H 88510, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. Jan 2, 
1907. ) 4500 

Walk around Saco lake, White moun- 
tains, N. H. A. (H 89429, Jan. 16, 
1907.) 4501 

B. (H 89436, Jan. 16, 1907.) 4502 

2 c. each Jan. 16. 1907. 

White and Yellow Cow and his wife, Sing- 
ing Bird, Gros Ventre Camp. (H 
89640, Jan. 21, 1907.) 4503 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



119 



Detroit publishing; company, 
Detroit, IVJich. 
Wild elk and Tower falls, Yellowstone 
National Park. (H 89632, Jan. 21, 
1907.) 4504 

2 c. each Jan. 21, 1907. 

Dixon (Irene F. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Maffiffif squad. (H 88229, Dec. 31, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 4505 

Dougherty (W. W.), Mil- 
ford, Del. 
Walnut Street, Milford, Del. (H 88195, 
Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906.) 

4506 
Drake (J. D.), Silyerton, 
Oreg. 
North Silyer creek falls. ( H 84941, Nov. 
10, 1906.) 4507 

Upper North Silyer creek falls. (H 
84940, Nov. 10, 1906. ) 4508 

2 c. each Nov. 12, 1906. 

Edison (Thomas A.) West 
Orange, N. J. 
Boone (Daniel). 1-13. (H 88545-88557, 
Jan. 3, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 3, 1907.) 

4509 

Edwards bros., Tacoma, 

Wash. 

Early bird disappearing. (H 86494, 

Dec. 14, 1906.) 4510 

Early bird roosts on the wrong perch. 

(H 86492, Dec. 14, 1906.) 4511 

Early worm catches the bird. (H 86493, 

Dec. 14, 1906.) 4512 

Last of the early bird. (H 86495, Dec. 

14,1906.) 4513 

Mistake of the early bird. (H 86491, 

Dec. 14, 1906.) 4514 

Two hundred pound boa. (H 86496, 

Dec. 14, 1906.) 4515 

2 c. each Dec. 14, 1906. 

Eickemeyer (Rudolph), 

Yonkers, N. Y. 

Late afternoon in autumn. (H 89094, 

Jan. 9, 1907.) 4516 

October days. (H 89092, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

4517 

October Woodland. (H 89093, Jan. 9, 

1907.) 4518 

Stream in autumn. (H 89095, Jan. 9, 

1907.) 4519 

Tuk the paper the old man did. (H 

89097, Jan. 9, 1907.) 4520 

Woodland solitude. (H 89096, Jan. 9, 

1907.) 4521 

2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 

Triumph of David, by Matteo Roselli. 
(H 88286, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1907. ) 4522 



Emmert (Lewis), Hunting- 
don, Pa. 
Homeward. (H 88170, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 
c. Dec. 20 ; 1906. ) 4523 

Flint (Alice M.) New York, 
N. Y. 
Peace on earth, good will to men. (H 
88654, Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1906.) 

4524 

Foster (Henry), Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Mighty (A) aspect. 1. (H 88234, Dec. 

31, i906.) 4525 
Parting (The) of the ways. (H 88235, 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 4526 

Woodland (A) retreat. (H 88236, Dec. 

31, 1906. ) 4527 
2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Funsten bros. & co., St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Funsten trapper girl. Do you want the 
earth. (H 88179, Dec. 29, 1906.) 

4528 
(H 88175, 
4529 



— Don't start anything. 
Dec. 29, 1906. ) 



2 c. each Dec 29, 1905. 

Funsten sales are best. (H 87668. 

Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 1906.) 4530 
A good catch. (H 88232, Dec. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 4531 

- 8. H. There's a reason. (H 88225, 
Dec. 31, 1906.) 4532 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

In a nut shell. (H 87670, Dec. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 1906.) 4533 
Keeping posted. (H 88230, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 4534 
On watch. (H 88233, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 4535 
The proof. (H 88228, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 4536 

Prospects. ( H 88231, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

4537 

Readv. (H 88227, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

4538 

Success in trapping. ( H 88226. Dec. 

31, 1906.) 4539 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

That smile of satisfaction. (H 

88176, Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906. ) 

4540 

Up to the minute. (H 88177, Dec. 

29, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906.) 4541 

We offer $500.00 in prizes. (H 

87669, Dec. 24. 1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 1906. ) 

4542 

We want you on our books. (H 

88178, Dec. 29.' 1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906. ) 

4543 



120 



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Gardner (E. S. ), Ames, 
Iowa. 
Christmas greeting, 1906. ( H 88153, Dec. 
26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 4544 

Gates (Horatio), Willmar, 
Minn. 
At eventide, in the shadow of the hills. 
( H 88999, Jan. 7, 1907. ) 4545 

Point lake and the pointer. ( II 88998, 
Jan. 7, 1907.) 4546 

2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

( rere (N. 11. ), Los Angeles, 

Cal. 

Booth's Point, Santa Barbara. ( II 89369, 

Jan. 14, 1907.) 4547 

Catalina island. ( 1 1 88380, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 

4548 
Celebrating the New Year, Chinatown, 

Los Angeles. (H 89366, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 

4549 
Chinese fishing village, Monterey. (H 

89365, Jan. 14, 1007:) 4550 

Cypress tree in sand dunes, Pacific Grove. 

(H 89371, Jan. 14, 1907.) . 4551 

Cypress trees, Point Lobos. (H 89379, 

'Jan. 14, 15107. ) 4552 

El Estero, the salt marsh, Santa Barbara. 

( H 89370, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 4553 

Eucalyptus roadway in the Arroyo Seco, 

Los Angeles. (H 89356, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 

4554 
Lomita park. (H 89362, Jan. 14, 

1907.) 4555 

Funeral in Chinatown, Los Angeles. (H 

91367, Jan. 14, 1907.) 4556 

In the Arrovo Seco, Los Angeles. (H 

89355, Jan." 14, 1907.) 4557 

La Jolla Beach. ( H 89368, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 

4558 
Live oaks, Monterev. 1. 2. (H 89374, 

89375, Jan. 14, 1907.) 4559 
Presidio, Monterey. 1. 2. (H 

89372, 89373, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 4560 

Los Angeles river. (H 89357, Jan. 14, 

1907.) 4561 

Old tree on the edge of things, Point 

Lobos. (H 89378, Jan. 14, 1907.) 4562 
On a Monterey street. (H 89376, Jan. 

14, 1907.) 4563 

On the seventeen mile drive from Monte- 
rey. (H 89377, Jan. 14, 1907.) 4564 
Pigeon ranch, Los Angeles. 1. 2. 3. (H 

89359-89361, Jan. 14, 1907.) 4565 

Roadway at Graham station, on the way 

to Long Beach.) (H 89353, Jan. 14, 

1907.) ■ 4566 

Roadway, Hollywood. (H 89350, Jan. 

14, 1907.) 4567 

San Juan Capistrano. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. (H 

89341-89345, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 4568 



Gere (N. H.), Los Angeles, 

Cal. 

San Juan Capistrano. Back corridor. 

(H 89347, Jan. 14, 1907.) 4569 

- Front corridor. (H 89346, Jan. 14, 

1907.) 4570 
View from inner court. (H 89349, 

Jan. 14, 1907.) 4571 
View through arches. (H 89348, 

Jan. 14, 1907. ) 4572 

Sheep, Glendale. 1. 2. (H 89363, 
89364, Jan. 14, 1907.) 4573 

Sycamore grove, Los Angeles. ( II 89358, 
Jan. L4, 1907.) 4574 

Sycamore trees. 1. 2. (H 89351, 89352, 
Jan. 14, 1907.) 4575 

San Rafael ranch, Los Angeles. (H 

89354, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 4576 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 

Gibbs (K. D.), Oklahoma, 
Okla. 
Not a pair to draw to. (H 89003, Jan. 8, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1907.) 4577 

Goodwin (Gordon), Yampa, 
Colo. 
Trapper's lake. (H 89188, Jan. 9, 1907; 
1 c. Nov. 21, 1906. 1 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 

4578 

Gordon (Geo. W. ), Aber- 
deen, Wash. 
Cedar of Chehalis county. (H 84950, 
Nov. 12, 1906; 2 c. Nov."l2, 1906.) 

4579 

Griffith & Griffith, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Beautiful (The) Bridal Veil fall, Yosenv 
ite Vallev, Cal. 10276. (H 87261, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 4580 

Looking into the vallev from Glacier Point 
Trail, Yosemite Valley, Cal. 10328. (II 
87260, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 4581 

Sentinel dome and Sentinel rock, from 
Yosemite point, Yosemite vallev, Cal. 
10272. (H 87262, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 4582 
2 c. each Dec. 19, 1906. 

Hamblett (Nellie F.), ad- 
ministratrix, Fitch- 
burg, Mass. 
Eddy ( Bas-relief portrait of Marv Baker 
G) (H 88776, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 
7,1907.) 4583 

Harris (Walter C. ), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Ball-room, home of Mrs. Stuvvesant Fish. 
5. (H 88753, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
17, 1906.) 4584 

Bed-room Tudor style, home of Mrs. Stuy- 
vesant Fish. 2. (H 88750, Dec. 17, 
1906.) 4585 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



121 



Harris (Walter C), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Dining-room, home of Mrs. Stuvvesant 
Fish. 1. (H 88749, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

4586 
Entrance hall, home of Mrs Stuvvesant 
Fish. 3. (H 88751, Dec. 17, 1*906.) 

4587 

Mrs. Fish in her private reception room. 

9. (H 88757, Dec. 17, 1907.) 4588 

Mrs. Fish. 8. (H 88756, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

4589 
Mrs. Fish seated. 6. (H 88754, Dec. 17, 
1906.) 4590 

Mrs. Fish wearing her opera cloak. 10. 
(H 88758, Dec. 17, 1906.) 4591 

Mrs. Fish wearing the famous Fish jew- 
els. 7. (H 88755, Dec. 17, 1906.) 

4592 
Red room, home of Mrs. Stuvvesant Fish. 
4. (H 88752, Dec. 17. 1906.) 4593 

2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 

Hauselman (Jacob), Manis- 
tee, Mich. 
Dod bes papa and mama. (H 87308, 
Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 4594 

Hennigar ( Morton W . ) , Mid- 
dletown, Conn. 
Hospital for insane, main and middle 
building, Middletown, Conn. (H 
88664, Jan. 5, 1907.) 4595 

main building, Middletown, Conn. 

(H 88668, Jan. 5, 1907.) 4596 

middle building, Middletown, Conn. 

(H 88667, Jan. 5, 1907.) 4597 

north building, Middletown, Conn. 

(H 88669, Jan. 5, 1907.) 4598 

south building view, Middletown, 

Conn. 1. (H 88665, Jan. 5, 1907.) 

4599 

south building view, Middletown, 

Conn. 2. (H 88666, Jan. 5, 1907. ) 

4600 
2 c. each Jan. 5, 1907. 

Herrick (H. B.), Seattle, 

Wash. 
Mountain trout. (H 87306, Dec. lit, 
1906.) 4601 

Roval pair. (H 87307, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

4602 
2 c. each Dec. 3, 1906. 

Herzog (F. Benedict), New 

York, N. Y. 

Detail; the death of the rose. A. (H 

89493, Jan. 17, 1907.) 4603 

the death of the rose. B. (H 

89494, Jan. 17, 1907.) 4604 

Malvina. (H 89492, Jan. 17, 1907.) 

4605 
2 c. each Jan. 17, 1907. 

3595— pt 4, nos 6-9—07 4 



Higbee(H.C), Hyde Park, 
Mass. 
Road through the birches. (H 89001, 
Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 4606 

Hill ( Harrv E.) , Fort Pierce, 
" Fla. 
Argus-eye star coral. (H 89545, Jan. 18, 
1907. ) 4607 

Biscuit coral & rose-comb coral. (H 
89548, Jan. 18, 1907. ) 4608 

Biscuit coral magnified. (H 89550, Jan. 
18, 1907.) 4609 

Brain coral. (H 89544, Jan. 18, 1907.) 

4610 
Branch coral. (H 89542, Jan. 18, 1907.) 

4611 

Buck horn coral. (H 89547, Jan. 18, 

1907. ) 4612 

Labyrinth coral. (H 89543, Jan. 18, 

1907. ) 4613 

Rose comb coral magnified. (H 89549, 

Jan. 18, 1907. ) 4614 

Small buck horn coral. (H 89546, Jan. 

18, 1907.) 4615 

Star branch coral. (H 89541, Jan. 18, 

1907.) 4616 

2 c. each Jan. 18, 1907. 

Hine (Lewis W. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Into the heart of the woods. ( H 89224, 
Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1907. ) 4617 

Holman (George F. ), Port- 
land, Greg. 
Storm off the Columbia river. (H 88169, 
Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 4618 



Holman (Louis A.), 
ham, Mass. 
Helen Keller and a child. 

Jan. 15, 1907.) 
and her dog (sitting). 

Jan. 15, 1907.) 
and her dog (standing) 

Jan. 15, 1907.) 
reading the lips of s 

89405, Jan. 15, 1907. ) 
teaching a child 

15, 1907.) 



Need- 

(H 89403, 

4619 

(H 89407, 

4620 

. (H 89406, 

4621 

child. (H 

4622 

(H 89404, Jan. 

4623 



tending her plants. (H 89408, Jan. 

15, 1907.) 4624 

2 c. each Jan. 15, 1907. 

Hovey (Guy Carleton), 
Long Beach, Cal. 
In the swim. 6127. (H 88159, Dec. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1906.) 4625 

Howard (Arthur P.), Port- 
land, Me. 
Officers of the old Kearsarge on board 
ship at Cherbourg, France, before the 
battle with the Alabama, June, 1864. 
(H 87705, Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1906. ) 4626 



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Howe (Mrs. V. K.), Char- 
lottesville, Va. 
Flossie. (H 87666, Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Dee. 24, 1906.) 4627 

Ingersoll (Truman Ward), 
St. Paul, Minn. 
Minnehaha creek. 190861. (H 89336, 
Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907. ) 4628 
Minnehaha falls. 190857, 190858. (H 
89334-89335, Jan. 14, 1907.) 4629 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 

Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Arts and crafts village. 840. (H 89213, 
Jan. 11, 1907.) 4630 

841. (H 89214, Jan. 11, 1907.) 4631 

2 c. each Jan. 11, 1907. 

John Hancock's chair. 854. ( H 89540, 

Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 4832 

New Jersey building. 842. (H 89215, 

Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. "Jan. 11, 1907.) 4633 

St. Luke's church, Smithfield, Va. 853. 

(H 89539, Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 

1907.) 4634 

St. Paul's church, Norfolk, Va. 832. 

(H 89212, Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 11, 

1907.) 4635 

Johnson (Carl G.), Eau 

Claire, Wis. 

Panorama view of Barron, Wis. ( H 

87706, Dec. 22, 1906; 1 c. Dec. 12, 1906; 

1 c, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4636 

Johnson (Charles T. ), Jaff- 
rey, N. H. 
Old Baker home kitchen. (H 89322, 
Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 4637 

Kelley (E. W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Bales by the thousand. A mite of the 
great cotton crop of Texas, Dallas. 
8395. (H 89449, Jan. 16, 1907.) 4638 

Cotton is king. Gathering the snow 
white fibre near Dallas, Texas. 8397. 
(H 89450, Jan. 16, 1907.) 4639 

Gathering cotton on a southern planta- 
tion, Dallas, Texas. 8400. (H 89452, 
Jan. 16, 1907.) 4640 

In the domain of King Cotton near Dal- 
las, Texas. 8398. (H 89451, Jan. 16, 
1907. ) 4641 

2 c. each Jan. 16, 1907. 

Just fishing. 8425. (H 89454, Jan. 16, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1907.) 4642 

Mammy's little Alabama coon. 8393. 
(H 89448, Jan. 16, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1907.) 4643 

Waiting for Bre'er Rabbit. 8424. (H 
89453, Jan. 16, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1907. ) 

4644 



Kellogg (Abbie Leonora), 
Manchester, N. H. 
Game study. (H 89196, Jan. 9, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 31, 1906. ) 4645 

Kevstone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Abandoned French machinery on the 
bank of Panama Canal near Cristobal. 
20854. ( H 86865, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 4646 

Abrahams well, Beersheba. Palestine. 
7310. (H 87588, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4647 

Acrobatic exhibition before the king's 
reviewing stand, coronation celebra- 
tion, Illevalden, Trondhjem, Norway. 

15501. (H 87865, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4648 
Acrobats' drill witnessed by the royal 

party, coronation celebration, June 23, 
1906, Illevalden, Trondhjem, Norway. 

15502. (H 87866, Dec 26, 1906.) 

4649 

Actual (An) view of the burning of San 
Francisco. 13350. (H 86878, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 4650 

Altar of Husaby church — the oldest 
church in Sweden, Blomberg. 13018. 
(H 87714, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4851 

Amateur (An) cotton spinning plant, 
reeling the thread on bobbins, for use 
on the loom, Nanking, China. 12075. 
(H 87617, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4652 

American steam shovel delivering its 
load to the car, Culebra Cut, Panama 
Canal. 20853. (H 86864, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 4653 

in position to take a bite, Culebra 

Cut, Panama Canal. 20852. (H 86863, 
Dec. 19, 1906. ) 4654 

Aroused by the cries of the fair maid and 
lover (4). 12381. (H 87829, Dec. 26, 
1906. ) 4655 

Arrival of new king and queen at Trond- 
hjem and their reception by the diplo- 
matic corps, coronation of king Haakon 
and queen Maud, Norway. 13486. (H 
86923, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 4656 

Arrival of the prince of Wales for the 
coronation ceremonies, soldiers at the 
pier, Trondhjem, Norway. 13382. (H 
87724, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4657 

At the foot of the Nisqually glacier, 
Rainier national park, Wash. 14133. 
( H 87622, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4658 

Bamboos and luxuriant festooning vines 
along the Rio Grande river, Panama 
canal zone. 20859. (H 87649, Dec. 
22, 1906.) 4659 

Beautiful (The) ball room of the national 
palace, Christiania, Norway. 15515. 
( H 87932, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4660 

Beautiful Buar valley, from Buar gla- 
cier, Hardanger, Norway. 15522. (H 
87939. Dec. 26, 1906.) 4661 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



123 



Keystone view company, 

MeadviHe, Pa. 

; Beautiful lake Bandak and its imposing 

mountain walls, from high over Dalen, 

Telemarken, Norway. ~ 15526. ( H 

87943, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4662 

i Beautiful Naerofjord from the South 
shore, near Gudvangen, Sognefjord, 
Norwav. 13390. (H 86887, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 4663 

| Before she could answer (2). 12379. 
( H 87827, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4664 

Beth Shean in the Jordan vallev, Pales- 
tine. 7317. (H 87595, Dec. 22, 1906.) 

4665 

Birds-eve view of Baalbek, and the La- 
banons, Syria. 7322. (H 87808, Dec. 
26, 1906. " 4666 

Birdseye view of the country surround- 
ing Shanghai, China. 12059. ( H 
87710, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4667 

Bird's nest hidden away among the tall 
grasses and weeds, Panama canal zone. 
20861. (H 87651, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4668 

Bronze equestrian statue of king Charles 
IX. Gothenburg, Sweden. 13028. (H 
87841, Dec-. 26, 1906.) 4669 

Bryan driving through New-York city on 
his return from his tour of the world. 
13356. ( H 87719, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4670 

Bryan addressing Americans in King's 
Garden, June 23, 1906, Trondhjem, 
Xorwav. 13493. iH 86930, Dec. 19, 
1906. ) ' 4871 

Bryan's first speech in response to the 
enthusiastic welcome of his country- 
men. 13355. (H 87718, Dec. 26, 1906". ) 

4672 

But on their way homeward (6). 12383. 
(H 87831, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4673 

Cabinet (The) room, showing the kind's 
chair at the head of the table, Chris- 
tiania, Norway. 15514. (H 87931, Dec. 
26, 1906.) 4674 

Carding and spinning wool, snow cpp d 
Mt. Boertenose in the background, 
Telenarken, Norwav. 13496. (H 
86933, Dec. 19. 1906.) 4675 

Carriage road from Jaffa to Jerusalem, 
Palestine. 7301. (H 87579, Dec. 22, 
1906. ) 4676 

Cedars of Lebanon, Syria. 7324. (H 
87600, Dec. 22. 1906.)" 4677 

Celebrated (The) Harda ger Tjord, from 
the rapids of the Oppa river, Odde, 
Hardanger, Xorwav. 15520. (H 
S7937. D c. 26, 1906.) 4678 

Characteristic (A) Norwegian carriole 
on a mountain road, Xorwav. 15535. 
<H 87952, Do,-. 26, 1906. ) 4679 



Kevstone view company, 

Meadville, Pa. 

Charming (A) view down the upper 

Lerfos, near Trondhjem, Norwav. 

15540. (H 87957, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4680 
Chinaman and his friend the goat, just 

outside Nankins. China. 12078. (H 

87626, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4681 

Chinese method of removing the silk 

from the reels and drying it. 12057. 

( H 87708, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4682 

Chinese substitute for horsepower, 

manipulating a huge stone roller on the 

streets of Nanking,"China. 12076. (H 

87619, Dec. 22, 1906.) . 4683 

Christiansten, the bleak old fort on the 

heights above Trondhjem, Norwav. 

-5541. (H 87958, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

4684 
Coastwise trade as carried on at the 

wharves of Panama. Panama canal 

zone. 20869. (H 87659, Dec. 22, 

1906.) 4685 

Cocoa nut tree and fruit in the little 

village of Gorgona, Panama canal zone. 

20858. (H 87648, Dec. 22, 1906.) 

4686 
Contradiction to the laws of architecture, 

the flat arch of old San Domingo 

church, Panama, Panama canal zone. 

20866. ( H 87656, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 

4687 
Coronation ceremony, showing king and 

queen in roval robes and crowns, June 

22. 1906, Trondhjem, Norwav. 13487. 

(H 86924, Dec. 19, 1906.) 4688 

Culebra Cut, looking north, the deepest 
excavation along the Panama Canal. 
20851. (H 86862. Dec. 19, 1906.) 

4689 

Custom-house scene and harbor of the 
enterprising citv of Gothenburg, Swe- 
den. 1 3029. ( H 87842, Dec. 26, 1 906. ) 

4690 

Dalen and Bandak lake surrounded by 
majestic mountains, Norwav. 15528. 
(H 87945, Dec. 26, 1906.) 469! 

Davliofht ( A ) visit to Luna Park, Coney 
Island. N. Y. 14140. (H 87924, Dec. 
26, 1906. ) 4692 

Dead Sea, Palestine. 7321. (H 87598, 
Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4693 

Difficult ascent from the canyon at the 
f< ot of Stevens glacier, Rainier national 
park. Wash. 14134. (B 87623, Dec. 
22, 1906. ) 4694 

Dragging out logs to be floated to the saw 
mill, one of the first steps in the manu- 
facture of paper, Telemarken, Norwav. 
13460. ( H 86898, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 4695 

Drammen in the lovely valley, from a 
mountain crag. Norway. 15536. (H 
87953, Dec. 26, 1906. I ' 4696 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Drive through the attractive hospital 
grounds at A neon, Panama canal zone. 
20867. (H 87657, Dec. 22, 1906.) 

4697 

Driving up winding mountain road in 
a Stokjaerre, the typical Norwegian 
eariole, near Dalen, Telemarken, Nor- 
way. 18398. (H 86895, Dec. 19, 
1906. ) 4698 

Ecce homo arch, via Dolorosa, Jerusa- 
lem, Palestine. 7303. (H 87581, Dec. 
22, 1906.) 4699 

Elegant stone baptismal font in the 
Trondhjem cathedral. Trondhjem, 
Norway. 15549. (H 87635, Dec. 22, 
1906.) 4700 

Emperor (An) in private life, kaiser 
Wilhelm (at the right in group) chat- 
ting with friends at the Fjeld-saeter 
sanitarium, Trondhjem, Norway. 
15544. (H 87961, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4701 

Every day (An) scene on the old Charles 
bridge which spans the Moldau at 
Prague, Austria. 15603. (H 87642, 
Dec. 22, 1906.) 4702 

Excavations at Gezer, Palestine. 7318. 
(H 87596, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4703 

Exhilarating May day sport, skiing on 
the mountain side. Hankeli-Saeter, 
Norway. 15538. (H 87955, Dec. 26, 
1906. ) 4704 

Familiar potato patch as it appears in 
Nanking, China. 12072. (H 87614, 
Dec. 22, 1906.) 4705 

Filling the bobbin on a spinning wheel 
preparatorv to weaving, Telemarken, 
Norway. 13498. (H 86935, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 4706 

Fine (A) carriage road cut in the cliff 
along the Gota-Elf, King Oscar's bridge 
and the village of Trolhatta in view, 
Sweden. 13021. (H 87834, Dec. 26, 
1906. ) 4707 

Formal (The) introduction of the new 
king and queen to the state officials 
on their arrival at the Trondhjem pier, 
Norway. 13375. (H 87861, Dec. 26, 
.1906.) 4708 

Fountain and market square in the city 
of Drammen, Norway. 15537. (H 
87954, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4709 

Frost (Jack) jr. 11463. (H 87811, Dec. 
26, 1906.) 4710 

Future Norwegian patriots. Thousands 
of children celebrating the coronation 
by singing and waving flags, in front of 
the palace Trondhjem, Norwav. 15500. 
(H 87726, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4711 

Gaza from the hill Muntar, Palestine. 
7309. (H 87587, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4712 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Gigantic stone figures scattered along the 
avenue to the Ming tombs. Nanking, 
China. 12069. (H 87611, Dee. 22, 
1906.) 4713 

Grand funeral eortege, with 32 pall 
bearers, Nanking, China. 12066. (H 
87608, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4714 

Grand parade on Hennepin avenue. G. 
A. E. National encampment at Minne- 
apolis, Minn., Aug. 15, 1906. 13354. 
(H 87717, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4715 

Great citv wall surrounding Nanking, 
China.' 12063. (H 87605, Dec. 22, 
1906.) 4716 

(^reat granite crushers, which receive 
pulp from drying machine. Manu- 
facture of paper, paper mills, Skotifos, 
Norway. 13470. (II 86908, Dec. 19, 
1906.)* 4717 

'Greatest American war fleet as it ap- 
peared to Admiral Evans from the 
bridge of the flagship Maine, naval 
review. Oyster Bay, N. Y., Sept, 4, 
1906. 14130. (H 87631, Dec. 22, 
1906.) 4718 

Greek Easter procession entering church 
of holy sepulchre, Jerusalem, Palestine. 
7305. ' (H 87583, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4719 

Grotesque (The) Hiterdal church, the 
largest of 24 stavekirker still existing 
in Norway, Telemarken. 15529. (H 
87946, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4720 

Gudvangen and Naerodal from across the 
Fjord, Sognefjord, Norwav. 15532. 
(H 87949, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4721 

Hardanger girl in the picturesque national 
costume, Christiania, Norwav. 15516. 
(H 87933, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4722 

Harem, famous because it contains the 
cave of Machpelah, Hebron, Palestine. 
7316. (H 87594, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4723 

Havernos Nut and picturesque road, Rod- 
dal, Norwav. 15531. (H 87948, Dec. 
26, 1906.) . 4724 

Heimdal (The) freighted with Norway's 
hopes for many years to come. Bring- 
ing the king and queen and crown 
prince to their new kingdom, Trond- 
hjem, Norway. 15508. (H 87y25, 
Dec. 26, 1906. j 4725 

Helping to solve the great canal problem, 
drilling, blasting and shoveling through 
the rock at Paraiso, Panama canal zone. 
20864. (H 87654, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4726 

Henrik Ibsen monumentand new church, 
Skien, Norway. 13400. (H 86897, 
Dec. 19, 1906. ) 4727 

Hideous idols borne through the streets 
as a feature of the funeral pageant of 
the rich man, Nanking, China. 12068. 
(H 87610, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4728 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



125 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 
Highway (The) through Gronsdals can- 
yon, Hardanger, Norway. 13394. (H 
86891, Dec. 19,1906.) 4729 

Historical Altstadt tower and old Charles 
bridge, a relic of medieval times, 
Prague, Austria. 15602. (H 87641, 
Dec. 22, 1906.) 4730 

I wish Hannah was at home to cook the 
thanksgiving dinner once more. 11928. 
(H 87815, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4731 

Indispensable American steam shovel 
handling rock from the cut, Bas Obispo, 
Panama canal zone. 20862. ( II 87652, 
Dec. 22, 1906.) 4732 

Interesting family group and Norwegian 
home. A collection of antiquities. 
13383. ( H 86881 , Dec. 1 9, 1906. ) 4733 

Interesting (An) old flour mill of the 
wind-mill type, Lidkoping, Sweden, 
13031. ( H 87844, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4734 

Interesting (An) study in the movement 
of glaciers, Buarbrae, Hardanger, Nor- 
way. 15521. ( H 87938, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

4735 

Interior of a typical hut flour mill, show- 
ing millstones, Vinie, Norwav. 15533. 
(H 87950, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4736 

Interior of the grand old Trondhjem 
cathedral where Norway's king* are 
crowned, Trondhjem, Norwav. 15548. 
(H 87634, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4737 

Intimate (An) view of king Haakon VII 
and queen Maud on the hotel steps, 
Stenkjaer, Norwav. 15512. (H 87929, 
Dec. 26, 1906.) 4738 

Iowa veterans, with their red, white and 
blue umbrellas, passing the reviewing 
stand in the grand parade. G. A. R. 
national encampment at Minneapolis, 
Minn., Aug. 15, 1906. 13352. (H 
87715, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4739 

Japanese warship saluting Chinese forts 
on the Yangtsekiang, Nanking, China. 
12062. (H 87604, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4740 

Jewish cemetery graves facing temple 
valley of Jehosaphat from temple wall, 
Jerusalem, Palestine. 7311 . ( H 87589, 
Dec. 22, 1906.) 4741 

King (A) calling on an emperor. King- 
Haakon VII boarding emperor Wil- 
liam's yacht in Trondhjem harbor, 
Norwav. 15543. (H 87960, Dec. 26, 
1906.)' 4742 

King (The) and queen, with crown 
prince Olaf, driving through the streets 
of Trondhjem, Norwav. 15505. (H 
87869, Dec, 26, 1906. ) * 4743 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

King Haakon VII addressing the sub- 
jects of his new realm at the civic dem- 
onstration after the coronation, Illeval- 
den, Trondhjem, Norwav. 13377. (H 
87863, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4744 

King Haakon VII and grand duke 
Michael of Russia, at boat landing, 
Trondhjem, Norway. 13489. (H 
86926, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 4745 

King Haakon VII and queen Maud de- 
scending steps of reviewing stand, June 
23, 1906, Trondhjem, Norwav. 13488. 
(H 86925, Dec. 19. 1906.) 4746 

King Haakon VII and the Prince of 
Wales walking up from the boat land- 
ing to their carriage, Trondhjem, Nor- 
way. 15511. (H 87928, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

4747 

King Haakon VII, queen Maud and lit- 
tle crown prince Olaf, at the wharf after 
the coronation, Trondhjem, Norway. 
13379. (H 87721, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4743 

King Oscar's bridge over the Gota-Elf, 
showing church bevond Trolhatta, 
Sweden. 13020. (H" 87833, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 4749 

King (The) returning in a launch from a 
visit to the yacht of the Prince of 
Wales, Trondhjem harbor, Norway. 
1 5510. ( H 87927, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4750 

Kirjath-Jearim from roof of old crusader 
church, Palestine. 7300. (H 87578, 
Dec. 22, 1906.) 4751 

Layers upon layers cf red rock, in a 
quarrv near Kinnekulle, Sweden. 
13032^ ( H 87845, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4752 

Little (A) farm in a canyon above Oddl, 
Hardanger, Norway. 15519. (H 
87936, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4753 

Little (The) hamlet of Gudvangen and 
its loftv mountains, Sognefjord, Nor- 
way. 13388. ( H 86885. Dee. 19, 1906. ) 

4754 

Loading 300 pound rolls of paper into 
lighters for the English market. Man- 
ufacture of paper, paper mills, Skoti- 
fos, Norway. 13477. (H 86914, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 4755 

Looking down a deep crevasse of Paradise 
glacier, summit of Mt. Rainier in the 
distance. Rainier national park, Wash. 
14135. ( H 87624, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4756 

Love finds a way, Scene in a Norwegian 
havfield. 15552. (H 87638, Dec. 22, 
1906.) 4757 

Lower end of Trondhjem and Trondhjem 
harbor, showing foreign fleet present 
for the coronation of King Haakon VII, 
Norwav. 15546. (H 87645 Dec. 22, 
1906.) 4758 



126 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Lower group of new locks in the Gota 
canal bv tug boat, Trolhatta, Sweden, j 
18024. '(H 87837, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4759 

Magnificent Imperial opera house of i 
Vienna, Austria. 15600. (H 87639, 
Dec. 22, 1906.) 4760 

Magnificent type of a modern fighting 
machine. The battle ship Kentucky \ 
in the great naval review, Oyster bav, 
N. Y. Sept. 4, 1906. 14127. (H 
8.7628, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4761 

Majestic scenery along the valley of the i 
Toke-Elv, near Dalen, Norway. 
13397. ( H 86894, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 4762 

Market day in the village of Trolhatta, 
Sweden. 13022. (H 87835, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 4763 

Men operating steam drills preparatory to ■ 
blasting the rock near Paraiso, Panama 
canal zone. 20863. (H 87653, Dec. 
22, 1906.) 4764 

Missouri, one of Uncle Sam's newest bat- 
tleships, great naval review, Ovster 
bav, N. Y. Sept. 4, 1906. 14129." (H 
87630, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4765 

Mixers of colors and chemicals with pulp 
from pulp crushers. Manufacture of 
paper, paper mills, Skotk'os, Norwav. 
13471. (H 87725, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4766 

Monument to Queen Victoria. Hong 
Kong, China. 12061. (H 87712, Dec. 
26, 1906.) 4767 

Mosque of Omar through the west portal, 
Jerusalem, Palestine. 7302. (H 87580, 
Dec. 22, 1906.) 4768 

Mountain (A) freight wagon and ponv, 
Norway. 13384. (H 86882, Dec. 19, 
1906.) 4769 

Mr. Know-it-all shows Patrick just how 
to do it. 12374. (H 87621, Dec. 22, 
1906.) 4770 

Naerodal (The) and Stalheim hotel. 
One of the finest views in Norway. 
13387. (H 86884, Dec. 19, 1906.) 

4771 

Native home near Empire, Panama canal 
zone. 20871. (H 87661, Dec. 22, 
1906.) 4772 

Native process of grinding stone for the 
purpose of powdering rice, Shanghai, 
China. 12060. (H "87711. Dec. 26, 
1906.) 4773 

Near view of the battleship Indiana, 
great naval review, Oyster bav, N. Y. 
Sept. 4, 1906. 14126. (H 87627. Dec. ' 
22, 1906.) 4774 

Near (A) view of the famous Jordalsnut, I 
with wagon bridge in the foreground, 
Sognefjord, Norwav. 13389. (H 
86886, Dec. 19, 1906.') 4775 



Kevstone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Near (A) view of the great Buarbrae 
glacier, Hardanger, Norway. 13395. 
(H 86892, Dec. 19, 1906.) 4776 

Neat vegetable garden in the city of 
Nanking, China. 12071. (H 87613, 
Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4777 

New (The) king of Norway coming to his 
own, on the gang-plank of the Heim- 
dal, June 19, 1906, Trondhjem, Nor- 
way. 15509. ( H 87926, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

4778 

Night view of the glittering Luna Park, 
Conev Island, N. Y. 14138. (H 87922, 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4779 

Nilsonberg, from the old fort, Gothen- 
burg, Sweden. 1 3030. ( H 87843, Dec. 
26, 1906.) 4780 

The noisy Vasdals river, from Noole falls, 
Roddal, Norwav. 15530. (H 87947, 
Dec. 26, 1906.) 4781 

Norwegian (A ) version of Rebecca at the 
well, pretty Telemarken girls in the 
national costume, Norwav. 15527. 
(H 87944, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4782 

Old dredge abandoned by the French on 
Charges river, Bohio, Panama canal 
zone. 20865. ( H 87655, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 

4783 

Old fort (The), Skansen Kronan, and its 
antiquated defenses, Gothenburg, Swe- 
den. 13027. (H 87840, Dec. 26. 1906.) 

4784 

Old stone church and soldier's monu- 
ment, Vassevangen, Norwav. 13385. 
(H 86883, Dec. 19, 1906.) 4785 

On vengeance bent, the wrathful lover 
started, (5). 12382. (H 87830, Dec. 
26, 1906.) 4786 

One end of the Charles bridge, showing 
group of statuary and Altstadt tower, 
Prague, Austria. 15601. (H 87640, 
Dec: 22, 1906. ) 4787 

One of the brotherhood of shoemakers, 
making wooden shoes from blocks of 
birch wood, Telemarken, Norway. 
15523. (H 87940, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

4788 

One of the most remarkable institutions 
in the world — vast examination hall, 
Nanking, China. 12065. (H 87607, 
Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4789 

One of the thousands of private sailing- 
yachts which flitted around beyond the 
picket line, great naval review, Oyster 
bav, N. Y. Sept. 4, 1906. 14131. (H 
87632, Dec. 22, '1906.) p 4790 

Over the roofs, Damascus, Svria. 7323. 
(H 87599, Dec. 22, 1906.) * 4791 

Overlooking Chagres river from old fort 
Lorenzo, Panama canal zone. 20868. 
(H 87658, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4792 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



127 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Paneas, Palestine, Ancient Caesarea, Phi- 
lippi. 7314. ( H 87592, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 

4793 

Paper mill, manufacture of paper, Skot- 
ifos, Norway. 13165. (H 86906, Dec. 
19, 1906. ) * 4794 

Patrick follows instructions so promptly 
that Mr. Know-it-all is somewhat upset. 
12375. ( H 87620, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4795 

Peep at Kingston, from the deck of a 
steamer. 10235. (H 87603, Dec. 22, 
1906. ) 4796 

Pennsylvania pumpkins. 14139. (H 
87923, Dec. 26, 1906.) - 4797 

Pennsylvania veterans passing reviewing 
stand on Hennepin avenue during pa- 
rade. G. A. R. national encampment 
at Minneapolis. Minn., Aug. 15, 1906. 
13353. ( H 87716, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4798 

People in quaint norwegian costumes 
dancing and singing, coronation cele- 
bration, Illevalden, Trondhjem, Nor- 
way. 15503. ( H 87867, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

4799 

Picture (A) that no artist has the col- 
orin' to mock, (a). 12376. (H 87824. 
Dec. 26, 1906. 4800 

Popular demonstration in honor of the 
newly crowned king and queen. Coro- 
nation of King Haakon VII and queen 
Maud, Illevalden. Trondhjem, Norwav. 
13381. (H 87723, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4801 

President Roosevelt delivering a stirring 
address at the dedication of the capi- 
tol, Harrisburg, Pa., Oct, 4, 1906. 
14137. (H 87921, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4802 

Pretend vou was my horsie. 11465. 
(H 87813, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4803 

Pretty little Odde at the South end of the 
Sorfjord. A favorite spot for tourists, 
Hardanger, Norwav. 13392. (H 86889, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 4804 

Prime minister, Christian Mickelson, 
coming ashore to attend the coronation 
celebration, Trondhjem, Norway. 
15513. (H 87930, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4805 

Primitive out oven where the family 
baking is done, native group in the 
Panama canal zone. 20872. (H 87662, 
Dec. 22, 1906.) 4808 

Prince Henry enjoying the children's 
demonstration in the street before the 
palace, Trond'em, Norway. 13376. 
(H 87862, Dec/26, 1906.) 4807 

Prospective (The) heir to the throne of 
Norway. Crown prince Olaf and his 
mother returning from a visit to the 
Princess of Wales on the royal yacht, 
Trondhjem, Norwav. 15507. "(H 87871, 
Dec. 26, 1906.) 4808 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Queer nook near YVenzels-Platz in the old 
city of Prague, Austria. 15605. (H 
87644, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4809 

Quiet bay of Panama which is destined 
to become a popular world harbor. 
20875. ( H 87665, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4810 

Radetzky monument, a landmark of the 
Kleinseitner ring in the Hradschin 
district of Prague. Austria. 15604. 
(H 87643, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4811 

Raft (A) of logs above the Damfos-paper 
mills, and other factories in the dis- 
tance, Skien, Norwav. 13461. (H 
86899, Dec. 19, 1906.) ' 4812 

Rare (A) snap-snot at royalty. Nor- 
way's king and queen and the emperor 
of Germany in a carriage at the Fjeld- 
saeter sanitorium, Trondhjem, Nor- 
wav. 15545. ( H 87962, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

4813 

Rather an indolent market scene along 
the shore at Colon, Panama canal zone. 
20870. (H 87660, Dec 22, 1906. ) 4814 

Rescuing a victim of a snowslide from a 
crevasse in the great Cowlitz glacier, 
Rainier national park. Wash. 14136. 
(H 87625, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4815 

Rice field in a shiftless section of the 
Panama canal zone. 20873. (H 87663, 
Dec. 22, 1906.) 4816 

Road winding around a precipitous 
mountain wall, Hitterdal, Telemarken, 
Norwav. 13396. (H 86893, Dec. 19, 
1906.)' 4817 

Roadway alontr the pretty Gota canal, 
Trolhatta, Sweden. 130*25. (H 87838, 
Dec. 26, 1906.) 4818 

Rolling stone at entrance to a tomb, tomb 
of the kings, Jerusalem, Palestine. 
7308. (H 87586, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4819 

Royal (The) coach awaiting the king and 
queen and during the coronation cere- 
mony, June 22, 1906, Trondhjem, Nor- 
way.' 15504. (H 87868, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

4820 

Royal (The) family leaving the reception 
pavilion for the palace, after their ar- 
rival at Trondhjem, Norwav. 15506. 
(H 87870, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4821 

Rude process of prepai ing the warp^ for 
the famous nankeen cotton cloth, Nan- 
king, China. 12073. (H 87615, Dec. 
22, 1906.) 4822 

Russian pilgrims returning from the Jor- 
dan on the Jericho road, Palestine. 
7306. (H 87584, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4823 

Saiiing vessel being towed through Got 
canal by tug boat Trolhatta, Sweden. 
13023. ( H 87836, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4824 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 
San Francisco in flames, showing freaks 
of the earthquake in the foreground. 
13351. (H 86879, Dec. 19, 1906.) 4825 

St. Olaf's college band from America at 
St. Olaf's monument, Stiklestad, Nor- 
way. 15550. ( H 87636, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 

4826 

Santa Claus playing circus. 11935. (H 
87822, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4827 

Scavenger dogs of Damascus, Svria. 7325. 
(H 87601, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4828 

Scene along the Tufte-Elve, showing lit" 
tie flour mills on the banks and Har - 
danger women earning water, Roldab 
Norway. 13391. (H 86888, Dec. 19, 
1906.)* 4829 

Scene (A) on the busy wharves of Chris- 
tiania, Norway. 13494. (H 86931, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 4830 

School (The) children of Odde celebrat- 
ing independence day, May 17, 1906, 
Hardanger, Norway. 13495. (H 
86932, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 4831 

Sea (The) of Galilee from the east shore, 
Palestine. 11158. (H 87810, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 4832 

Separating the threads of cotton, prepar- 
atory to weaving nankeen cloth, Nan- 
king, China. 12074. (H 87616, Dec. 
22, 1906.) 4833 

Shelf like road along a cliff near Notod- 
den, Telemarken, Norway. 15547. 
(H 87646, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4834 

Sledge-horse (A) wearing trugs or snow- 
shoes ready for a trip to Hankeli-Sae- 
ter, in the month of May, Telemarken, 
Norway. 15524. (H 87941, Dec. 26, ! 
1966.)' 4835 

Solid old wagon bridge over the By I 
river, Stenkjaer, Trondhjem-Fjord, 
Norway. 15339. (H 87956, Dec. 26, ; 
1906.) 4836 

Some live dollies on a Christmas tree. 
11464. (H 87812, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

4837 

Species of rubber tree showing scars from 
cutting, Panama canal zone. 20857. 
(H 87647, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4838 

Spinning as we see it in a Telemarken 
home, Norway. 13497. (H 86934, Dec. 
19, 1906.) 4839 

Spirit chair, one of the most venerated 
objects which grace the funeral of the 
wealthy man, Nanking, China. 12067. 
(H 87609, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4840 

Street of columns, of ancient Samaria, 
Palestine. 7312. (H 87590, Dec. 22, 
1906.) 4841 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 
Study of a schooner with sails set on right 
and left, Gota canal, Sweden. 13026. 
(H 87839, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4842 

Striking example of stone carving, huge 
elephant cut from a single rock, Nan- 
king, China. 12070. (H 87612, Dec. 
22, 1906. ) 4843 

Sugar mill in its most primitive guise, 
Panama canal zone. 20874. (H 87664, 
Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4844 

There is no line drawn between the sheep 
and -the goats in the celestial kingdom. 
Scene in Nanking, China. 12077. (H 
87618, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4845 

Thing of grace and beauty. The cruiser 
Pennsylvania in the greatnaval review, 
Oyster bay, N. Y. Sept. 4, 1906. 
14128. ( H 87629, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 4846 

This is poor Santa feeling so blue, (6). 
11934. ( H 87821, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4847 

Th's is the cold little home in the north, 
from which old Santa is just starting 
forth. (1). 11929. (H 87816, Dec. 
26, 1906. ) 4848 

This is the deer old Santa loves best, 
Readv to travel away with the rest. 
(2). '11930. (H 87817, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

4849 

This is the good old saint on the road, 
Skimming along with his precious load. 
(3). 11931. (H 87818, Dec. 26, 1906.) 

4850 

This is the hunter with intention good, 
Shooting a deer as he roams through 
the wood. (4). 11932. (H 87819, 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4851 

This is the mischief that hunter did 
cause, And the awful wrath of old 
Santa Claus. (5). 11933. (H 87820, 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4852 

Tomb in the Garden, Jerusalem, Pales- 
tine. 7307. (H 87585, Dec. 22, 1906.) 

4853 

Tourists' path cut in the solid granite of 
a mountain side, near Trolhatta, Swe- 
den. 13019. (H 87832, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

4854 

Town and plain of Jezreel toward little 
Hermon, showing great battlefield of 
the Israelites. Palestine. 7313. (H 
87591, Dec. 22^ 1906. ) 4855 

Tropical vegetation in the heart of the 
Panama canal zone. 20860. (H 87650, 
Dec. 22, 1906.) 4856 

Tug of war. Haymakers' sport in Nor- 
way. 15551. (H 87637, Dec. 22, 
1906.) 4857 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



129 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Unique (A) scene, people in national 
costume listening to a patriotic address 
on independence day, Odde, Hardan- 
ger, Norway. 15517. (H 87934, Dec. 
26, 1906.) 4858 

Unfurling the flags of all nations, em- 
peror William's yacht just arriving for 
the coronation celebration, Trondhjem 
harbor, Norway. 15512. (H 87959, 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4859 

Vasthunbro bridge over the Aabo-Elv, 
near Odde, Hardanger, Norway. 15518. 
(H 87935, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4860 

Vegetable garden in a graveyard of the 
Ming dynasty, China, 12058. (H 
87709, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 4861 

Village (The) of Dalen at the west end of 
picturesque lake Bandakvand, Tele- 
marken, Norway. 13399. ( H 86896, 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 4862 

View of Jerusalem from Mt. of Olives, 
Palestine. 7304. (H 87582, Dec. 22, 
1906.) 4863 

View of the Jordalsnut from Kaiser Wil- 
helms Hoi, Stalheim Sognefjord, Nor- 
wav. 13386. (H 86880, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 

4864 

Yangtsekiang, showing flooded rice fields 
near Nanking, China, 12064. (H 
87606, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4865 

Waiting for the royal carriage at the en- 
trance of the cathedral grounds, coro- 
nation of king Haakon VII and queen 
Maud, Trondhjem, Norway. 13490. 
(H 86927, Dec. 19, 1906.) 4866 

Wearv with their journey. (1.) 12378. 
(H 87826, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4867 

Weaving woolen blankets on a primitive 
hand loom, Telemarken, Norway. 
13499. ( H 86936, Dec. 19, 1906. ) 4868 

Well, well, nobody but a turkey would 
kick at thanksgiving time. 11927. 
(H 87814, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4869 

What they saw through the kevhole. 
11462. (H 86877, Dec. 19, 1906.) 4870 

When the frost is on the punkin, (b). 
12377. (H 87825, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4871 

Where the Norwegian mountaineers 
house their goats during the long 
winter months, Norway. 15534. (H 
87951, Dec. 26, 1906.) ' 4872 

While holding her tightiv. (3). 12380. 
(H 87828, Dec. 26,1906.) 4873 

William Jennings Bryan at the gang- 
plank, New York harbor, Aug. 30, 
1906. 13358. (H 87858, Dec. 26, 
1906.) 4874 

Wooden statue from Sakkara museum 
of Egyptian antiquities, Cairo, Egypt, 
9842.' (H 87602, Dec. 22, 1906.) 4875 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 
Women weeding a field of sugar beets, 
Kinnekulle, Sweden. 13017. (H 
87713, Dec. 26, 1906.) 4876 

I Women of Bethlehem of Judea, Pales- 
tine. 7319. ( H 87597, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 

4877 

16th (A) century stabur or Norwegian 

storehouse, Notadden, Telemarken, 

Norway. 15525. (H 87942, Dec. 26, 

1906.) 4878 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

Kilburn (B. W.), Littleton, 

N. H. 

I After the ball is over. 16957. (H 88363, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 4879 

Agricultural department, state fair, 

Pueblo, Colo. 17027. (H 88433, Jan. 

2, 1907. ) 4880 

; Ambitious actor calls Juliet in his sleep. 

16926. (H 88332, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4881 

Ancient dance of the long silk fan, Japan. 

16993. ( H 88399, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4882 

Antlers hotel and parade, Gen. Pikes 

centennial, Colorado Springs, Colo. 

16999. (H 88405, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4883 

Are you afraid of thunder, Robert? 

16965. (H 88371, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4884 

Arrest. 16910. ( H 88316, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 

4885 

Asleep on the bosom of the law. 16903. 

(H 88309, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4886 

At the edge of the summit, Pike's Peak, 

Colo. 17007. (H 88413, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

4887 

I At the race track, state fair, Pueblo, 

Colo. 17014. (H 88420, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

4888 

I Babv's boss now, papa. 16943. (H 88349, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 4889 

I Bathing in the Great Salt Lake, Utah. 

17033. (II 88439, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4890 

! Beating time. 16906. (H 88312, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 4891 

Beauties of the Grand can von, Colo. 

17011. (H 88417, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4892 

Bird's-eve view of Manitou, Colo. 1 7010. 

(H 88416, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4893 

Blue jackets in the grand review, Tokio, 

Japan. 16979. (H 88385, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

4894 

Brave jack-tars of the Japanese navy, 

Tokio, Japan. 16980. (H 88386, Jan. 

2,1907.) 4895 

Castle Gate, on the Rio Grande railwav, 

Utah. 17031. (H 88437, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 

4896 

Celebrated cog wheel road to the summit 

of Pike's Peak, Colo. 17004. (H 

88410, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4897 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Kilburn (B. W.), Littleton, 
N. H. 

Celebrated Holsteins, state fair, Pueblo, 
Colo. 17018. (H 88424, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 

4898 

Cog wheel train leaving Manitou for 
Pike's Peak, Colo. 17009. (H 88415, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4899 

Colorado's best great stock show, state 
fair, Pueblo, Colo. 17019. (H 88425, 
Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4900 

Colorado ladies arranging dinner for the 
soldier bovs, camp Pike, Colorado 
Springs. i7000. (H 88406, Jan. 2, 
1907.) 4901 

Colorado thoroughbred, state fair, Pueb- 
lo. 17024. (H 88430, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

4902 

Coming financier. 16966. (H 88372, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4903 

Dis enchantment. 16916. (H 88322, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4904 

Do you see a thief? Its just vour own 
imagination, Tom. 16922. *(H 88328, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4905 

Don't want to go to heaven and play on 
a harp, I want a drum. 16951. (H 
88357, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4906 

Drinking saki, the national drink, Japan. 
16990. (H 88396, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4907 

Enchantment. 16915. (H 88321, Jan. 
2, 1907. ) 4908 

Enroute to the summit of Pike's Peak 
by the cog wheel road. 17005. (H 
8S411, Jam 2, 1907.) 4909 

Exercising a thoroughbred, state fair, 
Pueblo, Colo. 17025. \H 88431, Jan. 
2, 1907.) 4910 

Fan dancers, Japan. 16992. (H 88398, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4911 

Feel like I had swallowed that plank we 
added to the platform at the conven- 
tion last night. 16929. (H 88335, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4912 

Field marshal Oyama's triumphal arch, 
Tokio, Japan. * 16981. (H 88387, Jan. 
2,1907.) 4913 

Fighting the flames. 16932. (H 88338, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4914 

Fire, see those flames. 16945. ( H 88351 , 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 4915 

Fruit grown by irrigation in the western 
plains of Colorado, Pueblo state fair. 
17029. (H 88435, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4916 

Garden city, Salt Lake, Utah. 17032. 

(H 88438*, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4917 

Gen. Pike's centennial day, grand parade, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 16997. (H 

88403, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4918 

God be with you till we meet again. 

16955. (H 88361, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4919 



Kilburn (B. W.), Littleton, 

N. H. 

Governor's own, the pride of Colorado, 

state fair, Pueblo. 17016. (H 88422, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 4920 

Great stock parade, state fair, Pueblo, 

Colo. 17022. ( H 88428, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 

4921 
Great stock show, state fair, Pueblo, Colo. 

17021. (H 88427, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4922 
Hands up or I'll fire. 16908. (H'88314, 

Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4923 

Happv moments in the home. 16970. 

(rf 88376, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4924 

Have vou taken mv place? 16952. (H 

88358, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4925 

Henry thinks there is more charity in 

forgiving than giving, so I'll give him 

a trial. 16935" (H 88341, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 4926 

Her step was as light as the marble faun, 

dancing the Mable waltz. 16956. (H 

88362, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4927 

Herfords, first and second prize winners, 

state fair, Pueblo, Colo. 17017. (H 

88423, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4928 

Hold your breath and I'll do the rest. 

16919. (H 88325, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4929 
Holidav in Colorado Springs in honor of 

Gen. Pike. 16998. (H- 88404, Jan. 2, 

1907. ) 4930 

Holidav in the Japanese capital, Tokio. 

16985. (H 88391, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4931 
Home joys are the sweetest. 16971. ( H 

88377, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4932 

Hope to goodness the teacher won't come 

so we can go and play horse, Tom. 

16962. (H 88368, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4933 
Horticultural exhibit, state fair, Pueblo, 

Colo. 17028. (H 88434, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

4934 
How dare vou betrav my confidence. 

16912. (H 88318, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4935 
I'm glad vou only come once a vear. 

16947. (H 88353, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4936 
I am willing to give you the benefit of mv 

experience. 16934. ( H 88340, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 4937 

I have a horror of being buried alive, 

Sallv, etc. 16946. (H 88352, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 4938 

I tell you, woman's suffrage would 

strengthen the solar plexus of the 

world. 16928. ( H 88334, Jan. 2. 1907. ) 

4939 
I warned you to be moderate. 16931. 

(H 88337, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4940 

In dire distress. 16925. (H 88331, Jan. 

2, 1907.) 4941 

In honor of Gen. Pike, grand parade, 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 16996. (H 

88402, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4942 



PaOTOGRAPHS 



181 



Kilburn (B. W.), Littleton. 

X. H. 

In the regions of perpetual snow, Pike's 

Peak, Colo. 17006. (H 88412, Jan. 2, 

1907.) . 4943 

In a trap. 16909. (H S8315, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 4944 

Japanese acrobats on new years day, 

Tokio, Japan. 16984. (H 88390, Jan. 

2, 1907.) 4945 

Japanese beauty, Japan. 16995. (H 

88401, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4946 

Japanese standard, Old Glory, and the 

English jack, Japan. 16988. (H 

88394, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4947 

Just passing the time away. 16964. ( H 

88370, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4948 

Kingly giants of the Colorado stable. 

state fair. Pueblo, Colo. 17026. (H 

88432, Jan. 2, 1907.^ 4949 

Law embraces all that is purest and best. 

16900. (H 88306, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4950 

Life in the Japanese capital, Tokio. 
16987. (H 88393, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4951 

Love ever needs a light my dear. 16954. 
(H 88360, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4952 

Love sick barber. 169*0. (H 88356, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 4953 

Macaroni tVast, Japan. 16991. iH 

88397, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4954 

Maiden morning, farewell, for this is my 

wedding day. 16958. (H 88364, Jan. 

2, 1907.) 4955 

Making up for the party. 16938. (H 

88344, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4956 

Merry holiday makers, Tokio, Japan. 

169*86. f H 88392, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4957 

Midnight prowler. 16905. (11 88311, 

Jan/ 2. 1907.) 4958 

Midnight slumbers. 16904. (H 88310. 

Jan." 2. 1907.) 4959 

Midnight sociable. 16944. : II 88350, 

Jan. 2. 1907.) 4960 

Monster ! Be brave if you love me, Jack. 

16937. (H 88343, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4961 

Morning after. 16933. (H 88339, Jan. 

2, 1907.) 4962 

Mr. President, I've got a little babv 

brother alright. 16960. ( H 88366, Jan. 

2, 1907.) 4963 

Move carefully my bo v. 16968. (H 

88374, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4964 

New Years dav in Japan. 16982. (H 

88388, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4965 

Now I sav women should vote. 16930. 

( H 88336, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4966 

< ) I want to sav ves but must tease him 

awhile. 16953. (H 88359. Jan. 2. 

1907. 4967 



Kilburn (B. W. ), Littleton. 

N. H. 

Officers of the Japanese army in the 

grand procession, Tokio, Japan. 16977. 

(H 88383, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4968 

Gn the summit of Pike's Peak, showing 

the tourist's trains. 17008. (H 88414, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 4969 

On the way to the summit of Pike's Peak 

bv the cog wheel road, Colo. 17003. 

(H 88409, Jan. 2, 1907.)' 4970 

Parisian maids of honor. 16948. (H 

88354, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4971 

Pike's Peak and birds-eve view of the 

cog wheel road. 17002. (H 88408, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 4972 

Pleasant dispute. 16942. (H 88348, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 4973 

Politician, getting in the home improve- 
ment plank. 16967. (H 88373, Jan. 

2, 1907. i 4974 

Pride of the Japanese army, Tokio, 

Japan. 16978. (H 88384, Jan. 2, 1907.) 

4975 
Ranch life, Colo. 17012. (H 88418, Jan. 

2, 1907.) 4976 

Ready for the judges, state fair, Pueblo, 

Colo. 17023. ( H 88429. Jan. 2. 1907. 1 

4977 
Reducing the surplus. 16917. (H 88323. 

Jan. 2, 1907.). 4978 

Reflection, both md and beautiful. 16939. 

(H 88345, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4979 

Reprimand. 16914. (H 88320, Jar. 2. 

1907. ) 4980 

Reserve force on dutv. 16901. (H 88307, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 4981 

Retiring for the night, Japan. 16994. 

(H 88400, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4982 

Return of the victorious Japanese. 

Tokio. Japan. 16974. (H 88380. Jan. 

2, 1907. ) 4983 

Robber. 16907. (H 88313, Jan. 2. 

1907.) 4984 

Robbers captured. 16941. (H 88347, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 4S85 

R< )1 >bers in the house. 16940. ( H 88346, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 4986 

Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou 

Romeo? 16927. (H 88333, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 4987 

Soldier boys at lunch. Gen. Pike's cen- 
tennial, Colorado Springs, Colo. 1 7001 . 

(H 88407, Jan. 2 % 1907.) 4988 

Solving the currency question. 16936. 

(H 88342, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4989 

Some one is waiting for me. 16949. (H 

88355, Jan. 2, 1907. I 4990 
Stealing a march on the chaperon. 16911. 

| H 88317, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4991 



132 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Kilburn (B. W.), Littleton, 
N. H. 
Steaming through the Castle Gate, Rio 
Grande railway, Utah. 17030. (H 
88436, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4992 

Stern fighters of the Port Arthur siege, 
Tokio, Japan. 16972. (H 88378, Jan. 
2, 1907.) 4993 

Stern rebuke. 16913. (H 88319, Jan. 2, 
1907. ) 4994 

Sweet little Dottie Dimples. 16969. (H 
88375, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4995 

Tell papa to bring the doctor, Dollie's 
eyes wont open. 16961. (H 88367. 
Jan. 2, 1907. ) 4996 

That's the limit. 16918. (H 88324, Jan. 
2, 1907.) 4997 

This parting is such sweet pain. 16921 . 
(H 88327, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4998 

Thousands welcome the conquering 
heroes, Tokio, Japan. 16975. (H 

88381, Jan. 2, 1907.) 4999 
Ticklish separation. 16920. (H 88326, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 5000 

Tokio fire brigade on new years dav, 
Tokio, Japan. 16983. (H 88389, Jan. 
2, 1907.) 5001 

Too strenuous for me. 16963. (H 88369, 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 5002 

Triumphal procession of the victorious 
Japanese, Tokio, Japan. 16973. (H 
88379, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 5003 

Twenty five thousand people gathered at 
the state fair, Pueblo, Colo. 17013. 
(H 88419, Jan. 2, 1907.) 5004 

Waiting to get a glimpse of the conquer- 
ing heroes, Tokio, Japan. 16976. ( H 

88382, Jan. 2, 1907. ) 5005 
Wants to 'prove my 'plexion. 16959. 

(H 88365, Jan. 2, 1907.) 5006 

W T atching for the winner, state fair, 

Pueblo, Colo. 17015. ( H 88421, Jan. 

2, 1907. ) 5007 

Wealth and pride of the dairy, state fair, 

Pueblo, Colo. 17020. (H 88426, Jan. 

2, 1907.) 5008 

Well that quarter went the farthest of 

any I ever had. 16923. (H 88329, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 5009 

What strange apparel, I scarcelv know 

mv own. "16924. (H 88330, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 5010 

Where beauty subdues the strength of 

legal force. 16902. (H 88308, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 5011 

Writing love letters by the yard to the 

soldier bovs, Japan. 16989. (H 88395, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 5012 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 



King Crowther corporation, 

Muncie, Ind. 

Oil shot, (H 88155, Dec. 27, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 27, 1906. ) 5013 

Kinsey (Darius), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Cedar tree in Washington, 18 feet in 

diameter. (H 88263, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

5014 
Fall City dock supposed to be 130 years 

old. (H 88269, Dec. 31, 1906.) 5015 
Felling fir tree in Washington 10 feet in 

diameter. (H 88259, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

5016 
Fir stump 20 feet high containing 12,000 

feet of lumber. (H 88266, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 5017 

Hear our prayers. (H 88267, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 5018 

Landing scene in thick body of timber 

on logging railwav, Wash. ( H 88264, 

Dec. 31, 1906. ) 5019 

Logged off timber lands in Washington. 

(H 88271, Dec. 31, 1906.) 5020 

Mount Higgins; seen along Stillaguamish. 

Wash. (H 88260, Dec. 31, 1906.) 5021 
Nooksack river and mountain scenery 

near Demming, Wash. ( H 88261, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 5022 

Oldest Indian in the north west, esti- 
mated age 130 vears, lives near Sno- 

qualmie Falls, Wash. (H 88270, Dec. 

31,1906.) 5023 

Sawing fir log in Washington. Diameter 

at stump 10 feet. (H 88268, Dec. 31, 

1906.) 5024 

Siwash Indian hop pickers near Snoqual- 

mie, Wash. ( H 88255, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

5025 
Where sound of woodman's axe has never 

been heard. Wash. (H 88262, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 5026 

White horse mountain from Darington, 

Wash. (H 88257, Dec. 31, 1906.)" 

5027 
White horse and Jumbo mountains east 

of Arlington, Wash. (H 88256, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 5028 

White horse mountain from Lamson, 

Wash. ( H 88258, Dec. 31, 1906. ) 5029 
2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Klackner (C), New York, 

N. Y. 

Burgoyne's march down the Hudson. ( H 

88192, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 5030 

Canterbury (The) pilgrims, 12£ by 53£ 

inches. (H 89456, Jan. 12, 1907.) 

5031 
17* by 76 inches. (H 89455, Dec. 

29, 1907.) 5032 

Cardinals (The) toast. (H 88186, Dec. 

29, 1906.) 5033 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



133 



Klackner (C), New York, 

X. Y. 

Encore (The) (H 88187, Dec. 29, 1906.) 

5034 

Getting ready for market. (H 88184, 

Dec. 29, 1906.) 5035 

McNett (The) tavern. (H 88190, Dec. 29, 

1906. ) 5036 

News of the nomination. (H 88185, 

Dec. 29, 1906.) 5037 

One I A) sided bargain. (H 88191, Dec. 
. 29, 1906.) 5038 

Soiree (The) musical. (H 88188, Dec. 

29, 1906.) 5039 

Waiting for the ferry. ( 11 88189, Dec. 

29, 1906. ) 5040 

2 c. each Dec. 29. 1906. 

Kolsbun (John B.) , St. Pan!. 

Minn. 

City (the) lad. 5. (.). (11 ^9210, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 5041 

City (the) workman. 3. O. (H 89208, 

Dec. 31, 1906. ) 5042 

Country (the) lad. 6. H. (H 89211, 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 5043 

Farmer (the). 4. H. (H 89209, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 5044 

Father and two sons. 1. F. ( H 89206, 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 5045 

Mans and Ola. 2. H . O. ( PI 89207, Dec. 

31, 1906.) 5046 

2 c. each Dec. 18, 1906. 

Lamb (J. & R. ). New York, 
N. Y. 
Vision of St. John in the island of Patmos. 
(H 89555, Jan. 19. 1907: 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1907.) 5047 

Lazarnick ( X. ), Xew York, 
N. Y. 
Touring by moonlight and headlight. 
I H 87701, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1906.) 5048 

Levering (Arthur Rollin), 

P^ast Northfield, Mass. 

Canal street, looking east, Hinsdale, N. PL 

(H 88145, Jan. 2, 1907.) 5049 

Fisk paper co. mill, Hinsdale, N. H. (H 

88442, Jan. 2, 1907.) 5050 

Hinsdale from Cannon hill, Hinsdale, 

X. H. (H 88443, Jan. 2, 1907.) 5051 
Main street, Northfield, Mass. Showing 

horse and buggv. (H 88446, Jan. 2, 

1907.) 5052 

Overtoun hall, Mount Hermon, Mass. 

(H 88448, Jan. 2, 1907.) 5053 

Recitation hall, Mount Hermon, Mass. 

(H 88449, Jan. 2, 1907.) 5054 

Station, Mount Hermon, Mass. (H 88450, 

Jan. 2, 1907.) 5055 



Levering (Arthur Rollin i. 

East Northfield, Ma->. 

Thaver public library, Ashuelot, N. 11. 

(H 88451, Jan. 2, 1907.) 5056 

View from Cannon hill, Hinsdale, N. H. 

- (H 88444, Jan. 2, 1907.) 5057 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Line (Albert A.), Carlisle, Pa. 
Panoramic view of Dickinson college, 
Carlisle, Pa. (H 89553, Jan. 19, 1907; 



c. Jan. 4, 1907.) 



5058 



Lohmann (Helen), New 
York, N. Y. 
Robertson (Gertrude Forbes — ). a to b. 
(H 89414, 89415, Jan. 15, 1907.) 5059 
2 c. each Jan. 15, 1907. 
Robertson (Johnston Forbes — j. a to e. 
(H 89409-89413. Jan. 15, 1907.) 5060 
2 c. each Jan. 15. 1907. 

Lord & Eelv, New York, 
N'. Y. 
Pret a dejeuner. ( H 87300, Dec. 18, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 18, 1906.) 5061 

Lorev (Gustave), Albany, 
N. Y. 
Hughes (Gov. Chas. E.) A. B. C. (H 
89323-89325, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 5062 

E. ( H 89326, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 5063 

G. ( H 89328, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 5064 

I. ( H 89327, Jan. 14, 1907. | 5065 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 

Mackenzie (Colin), Aber- 
deen, Wash. 
Aberdeen waterfront by moonlight. (H 
88650, Jan. 4, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1907.) 

5066 
McLain (W. E. ) , New Vine- 
yard, Me. 
Souvenir photo of old Porter treasure. 
(H 89024, Jan. 9, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1907.) 5067 

Mann ( H. C. ),- Norfolk, Ya. 
Norfolk harbor (view of). (H 89216, 
Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1907. ) 5068 
Marceau, (Theo. C. ), New 
York, X. Y. 
Kendall (Miss Ka^herine Yarnonn). (H 
88199, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 5069 

Mc. Alckar. | Mrs. James). (H 88198, 
Dec. 29, 1906. ) 5070 

Peckham (Mrs. Katherine M. ) (H 
88196, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 5071 

Peckham ( Miss Mary Louise). ( H 88197, 
Dec. 29, 1906.) 5072 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Marr (Thomas E.), Boston. 
Mass. 
Wolcott (Governor) statue. 13521. (H 
89319, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1907.) 

5073 



134 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Melies (Geo. ), Paris, France. 
Macaire (Robert), and Bertrand. Behind 
the scene. ( H 88661, Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 5, 1907.) 5074 

Merriam (Lyman L. ), Ossin- 
ing-on- Hudson, N. Y. 
Adirond-ick" lake at sunset. (H 89189, 
Jan. 10, 1907.) 5075 

Camp built bv bridegroom. ( H 89191, 
Jan. 10, 1907.) 5076 

Deer. (H 89190, Jan. 10, 1907. ) 5077 
2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Merrick (G. B.) & Stiff 

(C. W.), Colorado 

Springs, Colo. 

Young musician. (H 89416. Jan. 15, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1907.) 5078 

Miller (C. R. ) McCloud, Cal. 
Mt. Shasta. 96. (H 89202, Jan. 10, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1907.) 5079 

Mills ( William) &son, Provi- 
dence, R. 1. 
Falls at Hunt's mills, Rumford, R. I., 
below falls. (H 88219, Dec. 29. 1906. ) 

50S0 
Hunt's mills, Rumford, R, T. (H 88220, 
Dec. 29, 1906.) 5081 

2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Mishkin (H.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Ancona (Mario). 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 

10, 11. (H 88494-88504, Jan. 2, 1907; 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. ) 5082 
12, 13, 14, 15. (H 88482-88485, Jan. 

2, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 5083 
Arimondi (Vittorio). 1, 2. (H 89016, 

89017, Jan. 8, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 8, 

1907.) 5084 

Bassi "(Amedes). 1, 2, 3. (H 89013- 

89015, Jan. 8, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 8, 

1907. ) 5085 

Brag (Herman) in costume. 1-3. (H 

88273-88275, Dec. 31, 1906: 2 c. each 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 5086 

De Cisneros (Elenore) in costume. 1-4. 

(H 88282-88285, Dec. 31, 1966; 2 c. each 

Dec. 31, 1906. 5087 
5-7. (H 88658-88660. Jan. 5. 1907; 

2 c. each Jan. 5, 1907.) 5088 

8. (H 89020, Jan. 8, 1907. ) 5089 

Dalmores (Charles). 11. 12. (H 89018, 

89019, Jan. 8, 1907.) 5090 

2 c. each Jan. 8, 1907. 

in Aida. 1. (H 88208. Dee. 29, 

1906.) 5091 

in Aida. 2. (H 88204, Dec. 29, 

1906.) 5092 

in Aida. 3. (H 88205, Dec 29 

1906.) 5093 



Mishkin (H.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Dalmores (Charles) in Aida. 4. 
88206, Dec. 29, 1906.) 



509 



6. 



— in Aida. 
1906. ) 

— in Aida. 
1906. ) 

— in Huguenots. 
29, 1906. ) 

— in II trovatore. 
29, 1906. ) 

— in 11 trovatore. 
29, 1906.) 



(H 88207, Dec. 29, 

5095 
(H 88208, Dec. 29, 

5096 
,7. (H 88209, Dec. 

5097 
(H 88210, Dec. 

5098 
(H 88211, Dec. 

5099 



8. 



9. 



2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Donalda (Pauline). 1. 2. 
88493, Jan. 2, 1907.) 
2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 
3-5. ( H 88655-8865 



(H 88492, 
5100 

Jan. 5, 1907.) 
5101 



each Jan. 5, 190/. 



in costume standing on stair case. 

(H 86241, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 7, 

1906.) 5102 

Pinkert (Regine). 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 

(H 88486-88491, Jan. 2, 1907.) 5103 

2 c. each Jan. 2, 1907. 

in costume. 1-2. (H 88280, 88281, 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 5104 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 
Russ (Giannina). 1. 2. 3. 4. (PI 
89330-89333, Jan. 14, 1907.) 5105 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 
Trentini (Emma), in costume. 1-4. 
(H 88276-88279, Dec. 31, 1906.) 5106 
2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Montross (N. E.), New 
York, N. Y. 

Church nocturne-old lyme from the 
painting bv Childe Hassam. (7£ bv 
8f). (H 88167, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 28, 1906.) 5107 

Donkey ride. From painting bv J. Al- 
den Weir. ( H 88303, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 5108 

June morning. From the painting by 
Childe Hassam. (6£ by 8f.) (H 
88164, Dec. 28, 1906.) 5109 

Washington arch. From the painting bv 
Childe Hassam. (6$ by S\.) (H 
88166, Dec. 28, 1906.) 5110 

Winter afternoon, New York. From 
the painting by Childe Hassam. (7 
by 81-.) (H 88168, Dec. 28, 1906). 5111 
2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

Morris (Chas. E.), Chinook, 
Mont. 
B. & M. Smelter, Great Falls, Mont, (H 
89605, Jan. 7, 1907.) 5112 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



135 



Morris (Chas. E. ). Chinook, 
Mont. 

Bio- bull elk of the Teton's. ( H 89610. 

Jan. 7, 1907.) 5113 

Branding calves on the range. Cattle. 

(H 89612, Jan. 7, 1907.) 5114 

Clear through the big bull elk of the 

Teton's. (H 89609, Jan. 7, 1907. ) 5115 

Horses, circle C. Horses watering in 

Milk river. (H 89608, Jan. 7, 1907. 

5116 

Rangier bringing in the horses. (H 

89611, Jan. 7, 1907.) 5117 

Sheep. All wool, and a mile wide. 

3500 in herd. Panoramic. (H 89606, 

Jan. 7. 1907.) 5118 

Washoe smelter, Anaconda. Mont. (H 

89604, Jan. 7, 1907.) 5119 

Western beef herd. 3000 cattle in herd. 

Panoramic. (H 89607. Jan. 7. 1907.) 

2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

5120 
Newcombe (Geo. E. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Becoming grace. (H 88249, Dec. 31, 
1906.) 5121 

Clarice. (H 88241, Dec. 31, 1906.) 5122 
Edyth. (H 88243, Dec. 31, 1906.) 5123 
Eloise. (H 88238, Dec. 31, 1906.) 5124 
Letetia. (H 88244, Dec. 31, 1906.^ 5125 
Marguerite. ( H 88247, Dec. 31. 1906.) 

5126 
Morning. (H 88245, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

5127 
Xight. (H 88242, Dec. 31, 1906.) 5128 
Noon. (H 88248, Dec. 31, 1906.) 5129 
Prescilla. (H 88239, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

5130 
Reverie (A). (H 88246, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

5131 
Signe. (H 88237, Dec. 31, 1906.) 5132 
Sylvia. (H 88240, Dec. 31, 1906.) 5133 
2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Xewhall ( A. D. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Point pleasent hotel. (H 88174, Dec. 29, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1906.) 5134 

O'Kane (R.j, Los Angeles. 

Cal. 

In Arcadia. Cal. (H 89340, Jan. 14, 

1907.) 5135 

Mission dome, San Juan Capistrano. (H 

89339, Jan. 14, 1907.) 5136 

Mission owl. (H 89337, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

5137 
O'Kane iR.h Los Angeles, 
Cal. 
Mission refectory, San Juan Capistrano. 
( H 89338, Jan" 14, 1907.) 5138 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 



Oxford & Dillhoff, Brook- 
lyn. N. Y. 
Marshall (Frank J.) 24754-24757. (H 
89444-89447, Jan. 16, 1907; 2 c. each 
Jan. 17, 1907.) 5139 

Paine (Geo. H.), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Margaret. (H 88156, Dec. 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Jan. 3, 1907.) 5140 

Parkinson artco.. Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 
Endeavor. (R 89200, Jan. 10, 1907. ) 

5141 
Reward. (H 89201, Jan. 10, 1907.) 

5142 
2 c. each Jan. 10, 1907. 

Peck (John A.), Pelham 
Manor, N. Y. 
Cruise for a chaser. (H 85953, Nov. 19, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 12, 1906.) 5143 

Peck (Orson W.), Traverse 
City, Mich. 
Beach at Birch wood. (H 88841, Jan. 7, 
1907.) 5144 

Beach at Kezis Mokesa. (H 88840, 
Jan. 7, 1907.) 5145 

2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

Pennington (William W.), 

Chicago. 111. 

Balancing up. (H 88746, Jan. 5, 1907. ) 

5146 
Good biz. (H 88747, Jan. 5. 1907.) 

5147 

Morning's prayers. (H 88745, Jan. 5, 

1907.) 5148 

Young America. (H 88748, Jan. 5, 

1907.) 5149 

2 c. each Dec. 24, 1906. 

Peterson (Otto W.), Berke- 
ley, Cal. 
Failure of Rock wood gate. (H 87485, 
Dec. 21, 1906.) 5150 

Rock wood gate after failure. (1) (H 
87486, Dec. 21, 1906.) 5151 

(2) (H 87487, Dec. 21, 1906.) 5152 

Rock wood gate before failure. ( H 87484, 
Dec. 21, 1906.) 5153 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Phillips (Tom M. !, Chicago, 
111. 
Looking into the dome of Federal build- 
ing, Chicago. ( H 89463, Dec. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 24, 1906.) 5154 

Pillsbury picture company, 
Oakland, Cal. 
American lake, near Tacoma. 1508. 
(H 88699, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5155 

Asulkan glacier from glacier crest. 1510. 
(H 88701, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5156 

2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 



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Pillsburv picture company, 
Oakland, Cal. 
Big cypress on 17 mile drive, Monterey. 
1446. (H 88791, Jan. 7, 1907.) 5157 
Brook in Cal. redwood park. 1462. 
(H 88797, Jan. 7, 1907.) 5158 

2 c. each Jan. 10, 1907. 
Buffalo herd near Banff. 1524. (H 
88714, Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 

5159 

Cactus beds, Del Monte. 1458. (H 

88781, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1907.) 

5160 

Cathedral group. 520. (II 88689, Jan. 

5, 1907.) 5161 

Chieftain (The), Calif. Redwood park. 

517. (H 88686, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5162 

Cloistered aisle, Calif. Redwood park. 

516. ( H 88685, Jan. 5, 1907. ) 5163 

2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

Cloistered aisle, Cal. Redwood park. 

1461. (H 88796, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

10,1907.) 5164 

Country club at American lake, near Ta- 

coma. 1509. (H 88700, Jan. 5, 1907.) 

5165 
Cypress trees on Cvpress point, Monterey. 

523. (H 88692," Jan. 5, 1907.) 5166 
Eagle falls, Emerald bav. 1435. (H 

88720, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5167 

El Capitan & Merced river. 1409. ( H 

88724, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5168 

El Capitan from Bridal Veil bridge. 

1411. (H 88722, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5169 
Emerald lake, near Field, B. C. 1512. 

(H 88703, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5170 

Emerald lake, near Field, B. C, from the 
trail to Yoho. 1513. ( H 88704, Jan. 
5, 1907.) 5171 

Father of the forest. 519. (H 88688, 
Jan. 5, 1907.) 5172 

2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

Father of the forest. 1459. (H 88780, 
Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1907.) 5173 

Gen. Grant tree, Santa Cruz grove. 515. 
(H 88684, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5174 

Green lake near Seattle, Wash. 1523. 
(H 88726, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5175 

2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

Ivy covered oaks and pines, Del Monte. 
1457. (H 88794, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 
10, 1907.) 5176 

Le Conte Oak. 509. (H 88716, Jan. 5, 
1907.) 5177 

Midw T ay point, Monterey. 510. (H 
88679, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5178 

511. ( H 88680, Jan. 5, 1907. ) 5179 

2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 



Pillsbury picture company, 

Oakland, Cal. 

Midway point, Monterey. 1437, 1438, 

1439." (H 88783-88785," Jan. 7, 1907; 

2 c. each Jan. 10, 1907.) 5180 

Monte rev coast, near Chinese camp. 513. 

(H 88682, Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 

1907.) 5181 

near Midway point. 4440. (H 

88786, Jan. 7, 1907.) 5182 

Moss covered cypress, 17 mile drive, Mon- 
terey. 1445. (H 88790, Jan. 7, 1907.) 

5183 
2 c. each Jan. 10, 1907. 

Moss covered pines on the 17 mile drive. 
522. (H 88691, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5184 

Mother of the forest. 518. (H 88687, 
Jan. 5, 1907.) 5185 

Mt, Rainier, from Iron Mt. 1505. (H 
88698, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5186 

Mt. Rainier, in Mirror lake. 1504. (H 
88697, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5187 

Mt, Tacoma, from Paradise valley. 1502. 
(H 88695, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5188 

1503. (H 88696, Jan. 5, 1907.) 

5189 

Near Cypress point, 17 mile drive, Monte- 
rey. 514. (H 88683, Jan. 5, 1907.) 

5190 
2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

Oaks and pines on 17 mile drive, Monte- 
rey. 1442. (H 88787, Jan. 7, 1907.) 

5191 

Oaks on 17 mile drive, Monterey. 1443. 

( H 88788, Jan. 7, 1907. ) 5192 

Octopus oak, Monterey. 1444. (H 88789, 

Jan. 7, 1907.) 5193 

2 c. each Jan. 10, 1907. 

Old cvpress tree, Monterey. 512. (H 

88681, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5194 

Panorama of administration building and 

colonade, Lewis & Clark exposition. 

1525. (H 88715, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5195 
Panorama of Bellingham, Wash. 1307. 

(H 88718, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5196 

Panorama of Lake Louise & Bow river 

from the lesser Bee hive. 1519. (H 

88710, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5197 

Panorama of Lake Louise and Bow river 

valley from Popes peak. 1518. (H 

88709, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5198 

Panorama of Lake Louise, Laggan, B. C. 

1520. (H 88711, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5199 
2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 
Panorama of Lake Tahoe from the tavern 

wharf. 1028. (H 84444, Nov. 3, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 3, 1906.) 5200 

Panorama of Mt. Tacoma from Paradise 

valley. 1500. ( H 88693, Jan. 5, 1907. ) 

5201 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



137 



Pillsbury picture company, 
Oakland, Cal. 

Panorama of Mt. Tacoma from Paradise 
valley. 150] . ( H 88694, Jan. 5, 1907. ) 

5202 
2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

Panorama of Portland and the Willa- 
mette river, from the fire house tower. 
1527. (H 88798. Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1906.) 5203 

Panorama of the great Illecillewart gla- 
cier from glacier crest. 1511. ( H 88702, 
Jan. 5, 1907.) 5204 

Panorama of the little Yoho valley, near 
Field, B. C. 1517. (H 88708, Jan. 5, 
1907.) 5205 

Panorama of the Saddle Back mt. 1522. 
(H 88713, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5206 

Panorama of the Yoho valley from In- 
spiration point. 1516. (H 88707, Jan. 
5, 1907.) 5207 

Panorama of the Yoho valley, near 
Field, B. C, from upper Lookout 
point. 1514. ( H 88705, Jan. 5, 1907. ) 

5208 

Panorama of Yoho valley from lower 
Lookout point. 1515. (H 88706, Jan. 
5, 1907.) 5209 

Point Lobas, Monterev. 521. ( H 88690. 
Jan. 5, 1907.) 5210 

2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

Princess, California red wood park. 1460. 

(H 88795, Jan. 7, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 10, 

1907.) 5211 

Rubicon point, Lake Tahoe. 1434. (H 

88719, Jan. 5, 1907.) 5212 

Rubicon river. 1433. ( H 88723. Jan. 5, 

1907.) 5213 

2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

To Lookout Point, 17 mile drive, Mon- 

terev. 1447. (H 88792, Jan. 7, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 10, 1907.) 5214 

Valley of the Ten Peaks near Laggan, 

Alta. 1521. (H 88712. Jan. 5, 1907.) 

5215 

Vermont & Wawona trees. Mariposa 

grove. 1402. ( H 88721, Jan. 5. 1907. ) 

5216 
2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 
Waves and rocks. Point Lobos. 1448. 
(H 88782, Jan. 7, 1907.) 5217 

Waves and rocks, Point Lobos. 1449. 
(H 88793, Jan. 7, 1907.) 5218 

2 c. each Jan. 10, 1907. 
Yosemite vallev from artist's point. 1406. 
(H 88725, Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 
1907.) 5219 

Pratt ( Edmund C. |, Aurora, 
111. 
Old mill on Mill creek near Aurora, Ills. 
(H 88662. Jan. 5. 1907: 2 c. Jan. 5, 
1907.) 5220 

3595— pt 4. xos 6-9—07 5 



Press photo company. New- 
York, N. Y. 
Flashlight photograph of crowds at Co- 
lumbus circle, New York city, watch- 
ing election returns. ( H 89192, Jan. 
! .. 8, 1907; 2 c. Nov. 10, 1906.) 5221 

Price (J.), Dover, N. J. 

Dover, from Oram's hill. (H 88563, Jan. 

4, 1907.) 5222 

Dover, from School House rock. (H 

88564, Jan. 4, 1907.) 5223 

Opening of the Baker theatre. Dover, 

N. J. (H 88565, Jan. 4, 1907.) 5224 

2 c. each Jan. 4, 1907. 

Ran (William H.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Eaglesmere. Pennsvlvania. Panorama 
from Crestmont/ 25563. (H 88292, 
Dec. 31. 1906: 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 

5225 

New state capitol and executive mansion, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 25543. (H 89472, 

Jan. 17, 1907.) 5226 

bronze standard in senate. 25556. 

(H 89485, Jan. 17, 1907.) 5227 
bronze standard in house of repre- 
sentatives. 25554. ( H 89483, Jan. 17, 
1907. ) 5228 

elevators and columns near main 

entrance. 25549. ( H 89478. Jan. 17, 
1907. ) 5229 

entrance door from rotunda. 25550. 

(H 89479, Jan. 17, 1907.) 5230 

entrance to east corridor. 25548. 

(H 89477, Jan. 17, 1907. ) 5231 

figure of main stairway. 25546. (H 

89475, Jan. 17, 1907.) 5232 
full front. 25541. ( H 89470, Jan. 

17,1907.) 5233 

— ■- governor's private office. 25562. 

(H 89491, Jan. 17, 1907.) 5234 
governor's reception room, east end. 

25558. (H 89487, Jan. 17, 1907. ) 5235 
governor's reception room, east end. 

25559. ( H 89488, Jan. 17, 1907. ) 5236 

governor's reception room, general 

view. 25560. ( H 89489, Jan. 17, 1907. ) 

5237 

governor's reception room, west end. 

25561. (H. 89490, Jan. 17, 1907.) 5238 

house of representatives. 25553. 

(H 89482, Jan. 17, 1907.) 5239 
ladies' reclining room. 25551. (H 

89480, Jan. 17, 1907. ) 5240 
looking up into dome. 25547. ( H 

89476, Jan. 17, 1907. ) 5241 
i main staircase, Rotunda. 25544. 

(H 89473, Jan. 17, 1907.) 5242 

main stairway & gallery, rotunda. 

25545. ( H 89474. Jan. 17, 1907. ) 5243 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Rau (William H. ), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
New state capitol,- Harrisonburg, Pa. 
Executive mansion and men's reclining 
room. 25552. (H 89481, Jan. 17, 1907.) 

5244 

Senate chamber. 25555. (H 89484, 

Jan. 17, 1907.) 5245 

supreme court room. 25557. (H 

89486, Jan. 17, 1907. ) 5246 

| front. 25542. ( H 89471, Jan. 17, 

1907.) 5247 

2 c. each Jan. 17, 1907. 

Panorama of Eaglesmere. Eaglesmere, 

Pennsylvania. 25505. (H 88291. Dec. 

31, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 5248 

State capitol of Harrisburg, Penna. 25564. 

(H 89223, Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 11, 

1907.) 5249 

Reddick (Arthur C), East 
Sound, Wash. 
East Sound, Wash, looking north. (H 
89203, Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1907. 

5250 

Reid (Ezra W.), Boston, 

Mas-. 

Auditorium and the organ; the First 

Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, 

Mass. E. (H 83314, Sept. 21, 1906.) 

5251 

Fover hall; the First Church of Christ, 

Scientist, Boston, Mass. A. (H 83310, 

Sept. 21, 1906. ) 5252 

Organ; the First Church of Christ, 

Scientist, Boston. Mass. F. (H 83315, 

Sept, 21, 1906.) 5253 

Rear of the auditorium ; the First Church 

of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass. D. 

(H 83313, Sept. 21, 1906.) 5254 

Second floor stairway landing, Norway 

street corner, the First Church of 

Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass. C. 

(H 83312, Sept. 21, 1906. ) 5255 

Third floor stairway landing, Norway 

street corner; the First Church of 

Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mass. B. 

(H 83311, Sept. 21, 1906.) 5256 

1 c. each Sept. 21, 1906; 1 c. each 

Sept. 25, 1906.) 

Rinehart (F. A.). Omaha, 

Nebr. 

Segear (J. R.) and wife. (H 88522, Jan. 

2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 5257 

Risk (Dave), Liberty, Mo. 
Morning's exercise. (H 89298, Jan. 12. 
1907; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 5258 

Rotograph companv, New 
"York, N. Y. 
Arbor at the Aspinwall, Lenox, Mass. 
56506. (H 88534, Jan. 3. 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 3, 1907.) 5259 



Rotograph companv, New 
York, N. Y. 
Best wishes. B. 1891. (H 89586, Jan. 
19, 1907. 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907. ) 5260 

Best wishes for a happv birthday. B. 
1550. (H 89127, Jan. 9, 1907.) * 5261 

B. 1590- (H 89141, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5262 

Best wishes for a- happy easier. B. 
1 880. ( H 89 147, Jan. 9, 1907 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 9, 1907.) 5263 

Birches at lake Pontoosuc, Pittsfield, 
Mass. 56548. (H 88541, Jan. 3, 1907. 
2 c. Jan. 3, 1907. ) 5264 

Birthdav greetings. B. 1594. (H 89133, 
Jan. 9, 1907. ) 5265 

B. 1595. (H 89140, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5266 

B. 1596. (H 89145, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 

5267 

B. 1598. ( H 89137, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 

2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 5268 

Briggs school, Pittsfield, Mass. 56554, 
(H 88542, Jan. 3, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1907. ) 5269 

Capitol (The) Harrisburg, Pa. 6189. 
(H 88171, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1906.) 5270 

Congratulations. B. 1585. (H 89130, 
Jan. 9, 1907. ) 5271 

B. 1586. (H 89144, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5272 

B. 1587. (H 89146, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5273 

B. 1588. (H 89124, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5274 
— - B. 1589. ( H 89125, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 

5275 
2 c. each, Jan. 9, 1907. 

Crane's pond and mill, Dalton, Mass. 
56495. (H 88544, Jan. 3, 1907: 2 c. 
Jan. 3, 1907.) 5276 

Easter (An) greeting. B. 1871. (H 
89174, Jan. 9, 1907.) 5277 

B. 1879. (H 89173, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5278 
Easter greetings. B. 1870. (H 89170, 
Jan. 9, 1907.) 5279 
B. 1872. (H 89180, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5280 
B. 1873. ( H 89163, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 

5281 
B. 1874. (H 89150, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 

5282 
B. 1881. (H 89172, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5283 
B. 1887. (H 89171, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5284 

Easter (An) offering. B. 1653. (H 89181, 

Jan. 9, 1907.) 5285 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



Vd\) 



Rotograph company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Easter ( An ) quartet, B. 1865. ( H 89176, 
Jan. 9, 1907.) 5286 

2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 
Farewell. B. 1890. (H 89585, Jan. 19. 
1907. ) 5287 

Forget me not. B. 1906. ( H 89590, Jan. 
19,1907.) 5288 

Friendship's greetings. B. 1894. (H 
89577, Jan. 19, 1907.) 5289 

From one you know. B. 1905. (H 
89591, Jan." 19, 1907.) 5290 

2 c. each Jan. 19, 1907. 

Garden and residence of Mr. Giraud 

Fosters, Lenox, Mass. 56523. (H 

88537. Jan. 3, 1907.) 5291 

Garden of Mr. Giraud Fosters, Lenox, 

Mass. 56510. ( H 88538, Jan. 3, 1907. ) 

5292 
2 c. each Jan. 3, 1907. 

', Glad easter tidings. B. 1878. (H 89148, 

Jan. 9. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 5293 

(rood luck. B. 1897. (H 89584, Jan. 19, 

1907. ) 5294 

I Goodmorning. B. 1899. (H 89589, Jan. 

19, 1907.) 5295 

Good wishes. B. 1898. (H 89581, Jan. 

19, 1907.) 5296 

2 c. each Jan. 19, 1907. 

\ Greetings from Chicago. B. 1859. (H 

89126, Jan. 9, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5297 
Greetings from your boy. B. 1892. (H 

89575, Jan. 19, 1907.)" 5298 
Greetings from vour little girl. B. 1904. 

(II 89594, Jan. 19, 1907.) 5299 

Greetings from your sweetheart. B. 

1896. (H 89593, Jan. 19, 1907.) 53po 

! Greetings to one I love. B. 1908. t H 

89576, Jan. 19, 1907.) 5301 
2 c. each Jan. 19, 1907. 

Happy (A) birthday. B. 1545. (H 
89132, Jan. 9, 1907.) 5302 , 

B. 1546. (H 89136, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5303 

B. 1547. ( H 89129, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 

5304 

P.. 1548. (H 89135, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5305 
B. 1549. (H 89131, Jan. 9, 1907.) | 

5306 
Happy (A^ easter. B. 1345. (H 89155, ! 
Jan. 9, 1907. ) 5307 '. 
B. 1404. (H 89154, Jan. 9, 1907.) I 

5308 
B. 1406. (H 89183, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5309 

B. L408. ( H 891 61, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5310 



Rotograph company, New 
York, N. Y. 
! Happy (A) easter. B. 1410. (H 89160, 
Jan. 9, 1907.) 5311 
B. 1411. (H 89156, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5312 
B. 1650. (H 89186, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5313 
B. 1651. (H 89178, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5314 
i B. 1652. (H 89175, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5315 
j B. 1654. (H 89185, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5316 
B. 1656. (H 89182. Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5317 
B. 1657. (H 89184, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5318 
B. 1669. (H 89152, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5319 
B. 1698. (H 89157. Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5320 
B. 1699. (H 89143, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5321 
B. 1704. (H 89177, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5322 
B. 1710. (H 89153, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5323 
B. 1866. (B. 89162, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5324 
B. 1867. (H 89142. Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5325 

B. 1868. (H 89167, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5326 
B. 1869. (H 89149, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5327 
B. 1882. (H 89169. Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5328 
B. 1883. (H 89158, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5329 
B. 1884. (H 89166, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5330 

B. 1885. (H 89165, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5331 
2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 

Hearty good wishes. B. 1889. (H 89595, 
Jan. 19, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907. ) 5332 

Joyful (A) easter. B. 1886. (H 89159, 
Jan. 9, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 5333 

Kind regards. B. 1893. (H 89578, Jan. 
19, 1907.) 5334 

B. 1900. (H 89582, Jan. 19, 1907.) 

5335 
Kiss me quick. B. 1888. (H 89592, 
Jan. 19, 1907.) 5336 

2 c. each Jan. 19, 1907. 

Mr. Barne's residence, Lenox, Mass. 
56508. (H 88539, Jan. 3, 1907.) 5337 

Mr. M. K. Jessup's residence, Lenox, 
Mass. 56505. (H 88535. Jan. 3, 1907. ) 

5338 
2 c. each Jan. 3, 1907. 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Rotograph company, New 

York, N. Y. 

My pet. B. 1907. (H 89587, Jan. 19, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907.) 5339 

One of the arch bridges in Erskine park, 

Lenox, Mass. 56520. (H 88536, Jan. 

3, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1907. 5340 

Presbyterian church, Southold, L. I. R. 

93. (H 88172, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 

28, 1906. ) 5341 

Sent in all sincerity. B. 1901. (H 

89588, Jan. 19, 1907'.) 5342 

Should auld acquaintance be forgot. B. 

1902. (H 89583, Jan. 19, 1907.) 5343 
Sincerely yours. B. 1903. (H 89579, 

Jan. 19, 1907. ) 5344 

2 c. each Jan. 19, 1907. 

View at lake Onota, Pittsfield, Mass. 

56551. (H 88543, Jan. 3,1907; 2c. Jan. 

3, 1907. ) 5345 

Wishing you a happy easier. B. 1875. 

(H 89151, Jan. 9, 1907.) 5346 

B. 1876. (H 89168, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5347 

B. 1877. (H 89179, Jan. 9,1907.) 

* 5348 

With best easter wishes. B. 1750. (H 
89164, Jan. 9, 1907.) 5349 

2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 

With best wishes. B. 1895. ( H 89580, 
Jan. 19, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907.) 

5350 
With best wishes for a happy birthday. 
B. 1591. (H 89139, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5351 

B. 1592. (H 89134, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5352 

B. 1593. (H 89128, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5353 

B. 1599. (H 89138, Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5354 
2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 

Yokum; Mr. Richard Goodman's estate, 
Lenox, Mass. 56514. (H 88540, Jan. 
3, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1907.) 5355 

Rowe (Alfred), Kearsarge, 

Mich. 

Rowe ( Wilton). (H 87483, Dec. 20, 1906; 

1 c. Dec. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 

5356 

Ru egge (Carl), Milwaukee, 

Wis. 

Gypsy. (H 88224, Dec. 29, 1906.) 5357 

Lilies. (H 88223, Dec. 29, 1906.) 5358 

Study (A) (H 88222, Dec, 29. 1906.) 

5359 
2 c. each Dec. 18, 1906. 

Sayastano (Andrew R.), 

New York, N. Y. 

Look pleasant. (H 88173, Dec. 28, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 5360 



Schloss bros. & co., Balti- 
more, Md. 
Between dances. (H 89396, Jan. 15, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1907.) 5361 

Meditation. (H 88652, Jan. 5, 1907. ) 

5362 
Why don't he come. (H 88653, Jan. 5, 
1907.) 5363 

2 c. each Jan. 5, 1907. 

Schmidt (John Robert), 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Santa Claus rounded up. (H 88779, 
Jan. 4, 1907: 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 5364 

Schouler ( Robert E.), North 
Adams, Mass. 
View of Adams, Mass. (H 88678, Jan. 
5, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1907.) 5365 

Schriever (J. B. ), Scranton, 
Pa. 
Notencephalus-Cele. (H 80243, July 7, 
1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 5366 

Schwemberger (Simeon), 

St. Michaels, Ariz. 

Clay smeared cheeks. (H 89387, Jan. 

14, 1907.) 5367 

i Hashke Yazhe. (H 89381, Jan. 14, 

1907.) 5368 

| Jake. (H 89383, Jan. 14, 1907. ) 5369 

Litsoi (Hastin). (H 89385, Jan. 14, 

1907. ) 5370 

Profile. (H 89386, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

5371 

Mitchell (Charlie). (B. 89384, Jan. 14, 

1907.) 5372 

Navajo boy. (H 89382, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

5373 
2 c. each Jan. 15, 1907. 



Patient (The) coming out of the sweat- 
house. (H 70208, "Dec. 18, 1905: 2 c. 
Dec. 18, 1905. 5374 

Seeley (O. Gilbert), Lexing- 
ton, Mass. 
Professor Bull, Grape Vine Cottage, and 
the original mother vine of the Concord 
grape. (H 89417, Jan. 15, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 15, 1907.) 5375 

Shadle (Edwin J. ), Latrobe, 
Pa. 
Chamber's island. (H 89229, Jan. 11, 
1907.) 5376 

Main from Alexandria street, Latrobe, 
Pa. (H 89230, Jan. 11, 1907.) 5377 
1 c. each Dec. 31, 1906; 1 c. each Jan. 
11, 1907. 

Shattuck (L. E.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Tallest structures in America compared 
with Eiffel tower. (H 89626, Jan. 21, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 5378 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



141 



Shaw (W. T.), Corvallis, 

Oreg. 

China pheasant hen. ~ (H 89232. Jan. 12, 

1907.;) 5379 

Golden eagle. (H 89233, Jan. 12, 1907.) 

5380 
2 c. each Jan. 12, 1907. 

Sheldon (S. L.), Ithaca, 
N. Y. 
North east portion of Cornell campus 
from library tower. (H 83086, Sept. ] 
26, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 5381 

i View of Renwick park from Cayuga i 
Heights. (H 81416, Julv 20, 1906;' 2 c. 
Sept. 14, 1906.) 5382 

Short {Mrs. G. R.), Tacoma, 
Wash . 

Washington mother. (H 88525, Jan. 3, i 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1907.) 5383 ! 

Slade (George F.) jr., Chel- 
sea, Mass. 
Soo Nipi park lodge, New London, N. H. 
(H 88799, Jan. 7, 1907. ) 5384 

Reflection scene. (H 88800, Jan. 7, 

1907.) 5385 

2 c. each Jan. 7, 1907. 

Smith (W. S.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Burro (A) train bringing gold from the 
mines, near Ourav, Col. 1535. (H 
87987, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 5386 

Looking from Portsmouth square at the 
ruined city, San Francisco, Cal. 1572. 
(H 87988," Dec. 26, 1906.) 5387 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

Spratt £ Niceley, Blooming- 
ton, Ind. 
Bryan ( W. L. ), Pres. Indiana university. 
(H 88775, Jan. 4, 1907.) 5388 

i Indiana. The champions. 1906. (H 
88774, Jan. 4, 1907.) 5389 

2 c. each Nov. 28, 1906. 

Springer (Chas. S. ), Chicago, 
111. 
I Nicholas bathing beach, 76th street, Chi- 
cago. (H 87707. Dec. 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Doc. 12, 1906.) 5390 

Standard scenic company, 

Meadville, Pa. 

} Receiving congratulations. (H 87993, , 

Dec. 26, 1906.) 5391 

Review of Japanese cavalry brigade, mili- 

Itarv drill and grounds, Tokio, Japan. 
539. (H 86971 ; Dec. 19, 1906.) 5392 
Shoulder arms. Inspection of Japanese 
infantry by commanding general and 
staff. Japan. 538. (H 86970, Dec. 19, 
1906. ) 5393 

Wedding iThe). (H 87992, Dec. 26. 
1906.) 5394 



Standard scenic company. 
Meadville, Pa. 

Wedding march. (H 87991, Dec. 26, 
1906. ) 5395 

When Jones comes home late he must be 
prepared for a storm. 1666. (H 
89226, Dec. 27, 1906. ) 5396 

When the frost is on the pumkin and 
the fodder's in the shock. 1678. (H 
89228, Dec. 27, 1906.) 5397 

You go first Mary; they wouldn't hurt 

a good woman, and good men are 

scarce. 1670. (H 89227, Dec. 27, 

1906.) 5398 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

Stebbins (Nathaniel L.), 
Somerville, Mass. 
U. S. S. Kansas. 17581-17583. (H 87501- 
87503, Dec. 21, 1906.) 5399 

U. S. S. Kansas. 17575-17579. (H 87496- 
87500, Dec. 21, 1906.) 5400 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

Stiff (C. W.), Colorado 
Springs, Colo. 
Grandpa. (H 88163, Dec. 27, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 27, 1906.) 5401 

Storck (Ferd.), Butler, N. J. 
St. Anthony's church, monastery and 
school, Butler, N. J. (H 83078, Sept. 
25, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 5402 

Strauss ( J. C. ), St. Louis, Mo. 
Boogher (Miss Elise). B. (H 84593, 

Nov. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 5403 
Pollard (W. J. ). A. (H 85698, Nov. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1906.) 5404 

Strobhart (Jas. A.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
First of the season. (H 88272, Dec. 31, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 5405 

Studebaker (Lyman J.), 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Disappointed. (H 86856, Nov. 31, 1906; 
2 c. Nov. 31, 1906.) 5406 

Sturtevant (A.), Santa Bar- 
bara, Cal. 
Pacific squadron. 1. 2. (H 88648-88649, 
Jan. 4, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 4, 1907.) 

5407 
Toles(H. L.), Seattle, Wash. 
Mongolian pheasant. (H 87305, Dec. 18, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906. ) 5408 

Townsend (Chas. F. ), Des 
Moines, Iowa. 
Summer girl. A-E. (H 84173-84177, 
Oct, 22, 1906: 2 c. each Oct. 10, 1906.) 

5409 
Troth ( Harrv W.). Camden. 
N. J. 
At eventide. (H 89418, Jan. 1*'., 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 16. 1907.) 5410 



142 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 

U 27766; IT 27985; U 28130; U 28146 
U 28152; U 28210; U 28215; U 28217 
U 28225; U 28233; U 28245; U 28246 
U 28251; U 28264; U 28290; U 28291 
U 28303; U 28309; U 28310; U 28389 
U 28414; U 28459; U 28476; U 28491 
U 28510; U 28614; U 28680; U 28693 
U 28697; U 28787; U 28825; U 28863 
U 28981; U 29107; U 29161; U 29250 
U 29260; U 29306; U 93852. (H 
88801-88839, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 
7,1907.) 5411 

U 45329; U 85116; IT 96502; U 96629. 
(H 89622-89625, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. each 
Jan. 21, 1907.) 5412 

U 47615; U 48971. (H 89009-89010, 
Jan. 8, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907.) 

5413 

17 57494; U 95833-3; U 96610; U 96620; 
U 96642. (H 89559-89563, Jan. 19, 
1907; 2 c. each Jan. 21, 1907.) 5414 

U 57773-2; U 57782; U 57785. (H 
89197-89199, Jan. 10, 1907; 2 c. each 
Jan. 10, 1907.) 5415 

U 59062; U 59074; U 59084; U 59098; U 
59125; U 59184; U 59187; U 59203; U 
59241; U 59262; U 59270; U 59272; U 
59278; U 59306; U 59317; U 59319; U 
59334; U 59337; U 59527; U 59588; U 
59622-2; IT 59636; U 59668: U 59669; U 
59729; U 59734; U 59738; IT 59753; U 
87195; V 88844-2; U 90725; U 90731; 
U 90733; U 90735; U 90742; U 90744; 
IT 90746: U 90747; U 90748; U 90752; 
U 90761; U 90762; U 907H7; IT 90780; 
U 90787; U 90795; U 90820; U 90821; 
U 90823; U 90848; U 90862; U 90865; 
U 90885; U 90893; U 90894; U 90897; 
U 90904; U 90911; U 90914; IT 91182; 
U 91184; U 91191; U 91197; U 91271; 
U 91278; U 91309; U 91310; U 92152; 
IT 92515; IT 92529; U 94758; U 94758-2; 
U 94762; U 94882-2; U 95077; U 95054, 
U 96362 ; U 96363 ; U 96364. ( H 88566- 
88644, Jan. 4, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 5, 
1907.) 5416-5417 

U 60304; U 60349: U 60365; U 60365-2: 
U 60387; U 60398; U 60398-2; IT 95813. 
(H 88670-88677, Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c each 
Jan. 5, 1907.) 5418 

U 85071; U 85860; U 93817; IT 93833; IT 
93836; IT 93841; IT 93855; U 93859; U 
93891; U 93903; U 93903-2; U 96208. 
(H 89527-89538, Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. 
each Jan. 19, 1907.) 5419 

U 88955-2; U 89084-2; U 89220. (H 
88252-88254, Dec. 31, 1906: 2 c. each 
Dec. 31, 1906.) 5420 

IT 89286-2; U 92910: U 95984-2. (H 
88200-88202, Dec. 29, 1906; 2 c. each 
Dec. 29, 1906.) 5421 



Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 

U 91841; U 91879; U 91890; U 91894; U 

91907; U 91909; IT 91915; U 91965; U 

91972; U 91977; U 92003; U 92049; U 

92072; U 92091; U 92220; U 92235; U 

92246; U 92251; U 92264; U 92301; U 

92303; U 92336; U 92348; U 92378; U 

92389; U 92391; U 92405; IT 92554; U 

92598-2; U 92648 ;,U 92652; U 92677; U 

92705; U 92725; U 92730; IT 92741; U 

92753; U 92893; U 92906; U 93003; IT 

93046; U 93076; U 93132; U 93133; U 

93135; U 93165; U 93184; U 93214; U 

93240-2; U 93266; U 93352; IT 93392; U 

93407; U 93427; IT 93467; U 93482; U 

93503; IT 93576; U 93597; U 93636; IT 
93639; U 92656; U 95833. (H 89029- 

89091, Jan. 9, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 9, 
1907. ) 5422-5423 

U 94188; U 94237; U 94279; U 94335; U 
95833-2; U 96372. (H 89217-89222, 
Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 15, 1907.) 

5424 

U 95270. (H 84018, Oct. 18, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 18, 1906.) 5425 

U 95983; U 95984. (H 88157-88158, Dec. 
27, 1906; 2 c. each Dec. 27, 1906.) 

5426 
Vitagraph Company of Amer- 
ica, New York, N. Y. 
Bad (The) man; a tale of the West. (H 
89461, Jan. 17, 1907.) 5427 

Mechanical statue and the ingenious 
servant, (H 89462, Jan. 17, 1907.) 

5428 
2 c. each Jan. 17, 1907. 

Walter (Herbert F.), Wash- 
ington, N. C. 
Confederate ram Merrimac or Virginia 
engaging the federal monitor, Yankee 
Cheese Box, off Sewells point. (H 
89603, Jan. 14, 1907.) 5429 

Confederate ram Virginia or Merrimac 
engaging the federal fleet off Sewells 
point, Va. (H 89602, Jan. 14, 1907.) 

5430 
2 c. each Jan. 8, 1907. 

Webster (Frank Wolcott), 
Des Moines, Iowa. 
1907. (H 87704, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 
17, 1906.) 5431 

Welles (F. J.), Greenwood 
Lake, N. Y. 
Out of the mouths of babes and sucklings 
has God perfected His praise. (H 
88154, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 

5432 
Wendelboe (N. K.), War- 
ren, Pa. 
Warren saving bank building. ( H 84806, 
Nov. 7, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12. 1906. ) 5433 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



143 



White (H. C. ) company. 
North Bennington, Vt. 

All in free. 5265. (H 89270, Jan. 12, 
1907.) 5434 

Along the piazza of the great Tampa bay 
hotel, Tampa, Fla., U. S. A. 831. ( H 
89250, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5435 

And auntie raises Ned. 5612. (H 89284. 
Jan. 12, 1907. 5436 

And don't be so glum, aru't you enjoy- 
ing if? 5623. (H 89287, Jan. 12, 1907'.) 

5437 

Arms and hearts full. 5290. (H 89275, 
Jan. 12, 1907.) 5438 

And the goblins will get you if you dont 
watch out. 5289. (H 89274/ Jan. 12, 
1907. ) 5439 

Baby's wake up coo. 5234. | H 89258, 
Jan. 12, 1907.) 5440 

Bed time. Happy Christmas eve in the 
nursery. 5237." iH 89260. Jan. 12, 
1907.) 5441 

Bethesada fountain and the lake, from 
the terrace, Central park, N. Y. U. S. A . 
64. ( H 89243, Jan. 12, 1907.; 5442 

Boating scene. May day parties in Cen- 
tral park, New York, CJ. S. A. 65. 
(H 89244, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5443 

Busy West street showing Hudson river 
and docks of ocean liners and Sound 
steamers. New York. U. S. A. 55. 
(H 89237, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5444 

Capitol from the southeast, Washington, 
CJ. S. A. 109. ( H 89246, Jan. 12. 
1907. ) 5445 

Celery patch in the hammock land near 
Manatee, Florida, U. S. A. 852. (H 
89255, Jan. 12, 1907. i 5446 

Counting out. Eeny, meeny, minv, mo. 
5262. (H 89268, Jan. 12, 1907.)' 5447 

Dangerous position. 11. C. White co., 
photographer working on column of 
new building, 250 ft. above ground, 
New York. 49. (H 89234. Jan. 12, 
1907. ) 5448 

Date palm in the Tampa bay park, 
Tampa, Florida, U. S. A. 833. (H 
89252, Jan. 12, 1907. ) 5449 

Dear old grandpa. 5291. ( H 89276, Jan. 
12, 1907. ) 5450 

Exposure of inside troubles. 5258. (H 
89265, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5451 

Evening crowds on Park Row flocking to 
the Brooklyn bridge, New York, 
U. S. A. 53. f H 89236, Jan. 12. 1907. ) 

5452 

Fall creek, waterfall and power house. 
Ithaca. N. Y., CJ. S. A. 561. (H 
89219. Jan. 12, 1907. . 5453 

Get up freshie. we've come for a visit. 
5621. I H 89285, Jan. 12, 1907. i 5454 



White (H. C. ) company. 

North Bennington, Vt. 

Good night, grandpa. 5292. (H 89277, 

Jan. 12, 1907.) 5455 

Good times with grandpa. 5288. (H 

- 89273, Jan. 12, 1907. ) 5456 

Half a mile of troops. 15th U. S. on 300 

mile march, southern Vermont. 6519. 

(H 89292, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5457 

Love goes out the window. 5610. (H 

89282, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5458 
Lower New York as seen from new sky- 
scraper on West side. U. 8. express 
b'ld'g. on left, harbor in distance. 52. 
(H 89235, Jan. 12. 1907.) 5459 

Luscious grape fruit in the trees, Mana- 
tee, Florida. U. S. A. 843. (H 89254, 
Jan. 12, 1907. | 5460 

Madison square garden and tower, the 
huge amusement and show palace, 
New York. U. S. A. 58. iH 89240, 
Jan. 12, 1907. ) 5461 

May dav party entering Central park, 
New York, U. S. A. 66. (H 89245. 
Jan. 12, 1907.) 5462 

Microbes. Mike robes. 5601. (H 89279, 
Jan. 12, 1907. ) 5463 

Moonlight row will be very jolly. 5622. 
(H 89286, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5464 

Xed raises the ante. Auntie. 5611. (H 

89283, Jan. 12, 1907. I 5465 
Nest and eggs of the Florida galhnule, 

gallinule galeata. Above to right is 

nest of a red- winged blackbird. 6280. 

( U 89290, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5466 

Nefst and eggs of Wilson thrush. 6281. 

(H 89291, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5467 

New York herald building, copy of an 

Italian palace. Broadway 34th St., 

New York, U. S. A. 60. ' (H 89241, 

Jan. 12, 1907.) 5468 

Now catch me, in a date palm, Tampa, 

bay park. Tampa. Florida, CJ. S. A. 

838. (H 89253, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5469 
Xow ride the goat and do it pretty. 5624. 

(H 89288, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5470 

Oh. for a girl, be she fair or dark. 5598. 

(H 89278. Jan. 12, 1907.) 5471 

Old fashioned maple sugar making. 

Boiling down sap, Vermont. CJ. S. A. 

424. (H 89247. Jan. 12, 1907.) 5472 
Pillowfight. Firstdown. 5259. (H89266, 

Jan. 12, 1907.) 5473 

Pillowfight. Second down. 5260. (H 

89267, Jan. 12, 1907. ) 5474 

Private investigations lead to . 5257. 

(H 89264, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5475 

Sailors on land, agile construction men 

on a suspended iron section, 200 ft. 

above ground, New York. -*>* 5. (H 

89238. Jan. 12, 1907. 5476 



144 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



White (H. C), company, 

North Benington, Vt. 

Slow ease. Some people need special 

treatment. 5603. (H 89280. Jan. 12, 

1907.) 5477 

Sunday noonday crowd on Fifth ave., 

looking north from 53rd st., New 

York, U. S. A. 63. (H 89242. Jan. 

12, 1907.) 5478 

Sweet spot. Packing room in a maple 

sugar factory, Vermont, U. S. A. 425. 

(H 89248, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5479 

Tearing down Dr. Parkhurst's Madison 

square church. Steeplejacks at work 

on spire, New York. TJ. S. A. 57. 

(H 89239, Jan. 12, 1907. ) 5480 

True southern scene. Outdoor life in a 

live oak tree, Manatee, Florida, TJ. S. A. 

853. (H 89256, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5481 
Under the bamboo tree, Tampa, Florida, 

U.S.A. 832. (H 89251, Jan. 12,1907.) 

5482 
We mus' det dollv's dresses done for Eas- 
ter. 5236. (H 89259, Jan. 12, 1907.) 

5483 
We'll s' prise grandpa. 5286. (H 89272, 

Jan. 12, 1907.) 5484 

When papa comes in the door. 5609. 

(H 89281, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5485 

When wife is away. 5600. (H 89289, 

Jan. 12, 1907.) 5486 

Where are my pets? 5285. (H 89271, 

Jan. 12, 1907.) 5487 

Where is that tick? 5239. (H 89262, 
• Jan. 12, 1907.) 5488 

White staghorn coral, Florida, U. S. A. 

862. (H 89257, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5489 
Young house keeper's trials. 5238. (H 

89261, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5490 

You're it. 5263. (U 89269, Jan. 12, 
1907.) 5491 

15th. U. S. cavalry passing along a high- 
way in southern Vermont. 6520. (H 
892*93, Jan. 12, 1907.) 5492 

2 c. each Jan. 12, 1907. 

Whiting brothers, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. 
Hunting the beautiful Mongolian pheas- 
ants, Oregon. 7053. (H 87985, Dec. 
26, 1906. ) 5493 

Santa Claus gathering up christmas pres- 
ents for his little "friends. 4055. (H 
87984, Dec. 26, 1906. ) 5494 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 



Whitney (Frank J. ), Boston, 
Mass. 
Bunch of smelt on birch bark. ( H 86648, 
Dec. 15, 1906.) 5495 

Pigeons on birch bark. (H 86650, Dec. 
15, 1906.) 5496 

Smelt on birch bark. ( H 86652, Dec. 15, 
1906.) 5497 

Squirrels on birch bark. ( H 86649, Dec. 
15, 1906.) 5498 

Squirrel and pigeons on birch bark. (H 
86651, Dec. 15, 1906.) 5499 

2 c. each Dec. 15, 1906. 

Willard (S. L.), Wilmette, 

111. 

In the wilderness. (H 89519, Jan. 18, 

1907.) 5500 

Keith (William), the man. (H 89517, 

Jan. 18, 1907.) 5501 

the painter. (H 89516, Jan. 18, 

1907.) 5502 

the poet. (H 89518, Jan. 18, 1907.) 

5503 
2 c. each Jan. 18, 1907. 

Winthrop press, New York, 
N. Y. 
Vanclerbilt cup race. ( R 89028, Jan. 9, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 5504 

Woodhead (W. H.), Fitch- 
burg, Mass. 
Birdseve view of Ashburnham, Mass. 
from Willard Hill. ( H 88288, Dec. 31, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906. ) 5505 

St. Bernard's church and parochial resi- 
dence, Fitchburg, Mass. (H 89329, 
Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 5506 
St. Bernard's church and rectory, Fitch- 
burg, Mass. (H 88287, Dec. 31, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 5507 

W T oods (Sam. ), Akron, Ohio. 
Mildred. (H 88305, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 13, 1906.) 5508 

Wootten ( Bayard ) , New 
Bern, N. C. 
Springtime. (H 89443, Jan. 16, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 16, 1907.) 5509 

Y. M. C. A., Worcester, 
Mass. 
Y. M. C. A. building, Worcester, Mass. 
(H 88441, Jan. 2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1906.) 5510 

Youman (T. L. ), Columbus, 
Ohio. 
Melodv. (H 88778, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. 
Dec* 26, 1906.) 5511 



Number of entries of Photographs completed bv the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1907 3702 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 



Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors: with a subalphabet of titles under 

• proprietor. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, " Copvright bv Ravmond Francis Almirall, New York, N. Y. 
Class I, XXc, no. 20308, Dec. 19, 1906; 1 photograph received Dec. 19, 1906." 



Almirall (Raymond Fran- 
cis), New York, N. Y. 
Sketch for the monumental embellish- 
ment of the plaza in front of Prospect 
Dark, city of New York, borough of 
Rrooklvn. 1 . (1 20308, Dec. 1 9, 1906. ) 

5512 

2. (I 20309, Dec. 19, 1906.) 5513 

3. (I 20310, Dec. 19, 1906.) 5514 

1 photo, each Dec. 19, 1906. 

American lithographic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
As- of old. v. 22. Old man wearing a 
deep, white, ruffled collar, a cloak. 
(I 20102, Nov. 28, 1906.) 5515 

Fresh pickings, v. 25. Half length fig- 
ure of a little giil. (I 20103, Nov. 28, 
1906.) 5516 

1 photo, each Nov. 28, 1906. 

Violets. Full face, bust portrait of 
beautiful young woman wearing a black 
hat and an automobile veil knotted 
under her chin. She wears in her cor- 
sage a bouquet of violets. ( I 20386, 
Dec. 31, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 31, 1906.) 

5517 

American show print com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Count and the convict. Now, chevalier, 
I am avenged. Two men are combat- 
ing with rapiers. One of them is being 
stuck in the breast bv the other. (I 
20508, Jan. 17, 1907.) " 5518 

Cowboy and cowgirl. Cowboy and a girl 
in saddle, mounted on two ponies. 
Cowboy is pointing his right hand to 
some place in the distance. (I 20504, 
Jan. 17, 1907.) 5519 

Lyman twins, the rustlers. Lyman twins; 
are pictured as bell hops. They are 
driving eight chorus girls, who are at- 
tired in white, each having a large pic- 
ture hat. (I 20505, Jan. 17, 1907.) 

5520 



American show print com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Lyman twins, the rustlers. Lyman twins 
dressed in white outing suits. Both 
have their left arms extended, with hats 
in their hands. Directly back of them 
are eight chorus girls. (I 20506, Jan. 
17, 1907.) 5521 

Wonder if that is what they call a pesky 
street car. Eube standing on the corner 
of a large city with carpet bag in hand 
and waving his handkerchief at an 
electric car which is approaching. (I 
20507, Jan. 17, 1907.) 5522 

1 photo, each Jan. 17, 1907. 

Artigue (Emile), Paris, 
France. 
Jeunesse s' amuse. Number of young 
women grouped on and about the steps 
of an Italian garden with a background 
of spring foliage. Several of the group 
are dancing at the top of the steps on 
the terrace. (I 20285, Dec. 17, 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 17, 1906.) 5523 

Barnes - Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 

Pen drawing in the form of a square 
showing figures of two men three- 
quarters front view, and a lady, front 
view, all standing. One man is help- 
ing the other put on his overcoat, and 
the lady stands in front of them, hold- 
ing a bunch of roses. (I 20555. Jan. 
19, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 19, 1907.) 5524 

of a man standing front view hold- 

a cane under one arm. He wears over- 
coat, gloves, and telescope hat. (I 
20298, Dec. 17, 1906. ) 5525 

of a man's head and shoulders en- 
closed within a circle. (I 20299, Dec. 
17, 1906.) 5526 

of a man's head and shoulders, 

nearlv front view. He wears a derby 
hat, tie, collar, etc.. and has a muffler 
around his neck. (I 20297. Dec. 17, 
1906. i 5527 

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146 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTKIEf 



Barnes - Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing of three-fourths figure of a 
lady standing front view arranging her 
hair with one hand. (I 20301, Dec. 
17, 1906.) 5528 

1 photo, each Dec. 17, 1906. 

showing a boy about 10 years old 

seated, profile view, reading a paper 
held in one hand. (I 20552, Jan. 19, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 19, 1907.) 5529 

showing a boy seated, profile view, 

on a tree stump. He is putting on 
skates. (I 20409, Jan. 2, 1907; 1 photo. 
Jan. 2, 1907. ) 5530 

showing a boy seated three-quarters 

front view on a bench, reading an open 
book. (I 20587, Jan. 21, 1907; 1 photo. 
Jan. 21, 1907.) 5531 

showing a boy standing nearly front 

view. Wears a long overcoat, shoes 
and stockings and holds one hand to 
the side of his face. Holds a pair of 
skates in the other hand. (I 20440, 
Jan. 7, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 7, 1907.) 

5532 

■ showing a boy standing, profile 

view. He holds a rabbit in one hand 
and a small riiie in the other. (I 
20441, Jan. 7, 1907; 1 photo, each Jan. 
7, 1907.) 5533 

showing a lady seated among a 

number of sofa pillows. She is leaning 
forward on one elbow and holds a 
small mirror before her face. ( I 20561, 
Jan. 19, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 19, 1907.) 

5534 

showing a lady seated behind a 

table. She holds a long piece of lace 
in both hands. She wears a robe with 
loose, short sleeves. (I 20406, Jan. 2, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 2, 1907.) 5535 

• showing a lady seated front view on 

a stool. She wears a low-neck cos- 
tume, long gloves, and hat trimmed 
with plumes. (I 20293, Dec. 17, 1906; 
1 photo. Dec. 17, 1906.) 5536 

sho wing a lady seated front view. 

She wears fur boa, broad- brimmed hat 
with plumes and holds a muff in her 
hands. In the background is a wreath 
of pine twigs with leaves and cones. 
(I 20557, Jan. 19, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
19,1907.) 5537 

showing a lady seated in an uphol- 
stered chair reading a paper. In the 
center of the room is a square table on 
which are books and writing material. 
The room contains a book case, por- 
tierres, and fireplace besides several S 
rugs, pictures, etc. (I 20584, Jan. 21, | 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 21, 1907.) 5538 j 



Barnes - Crosby company. 
Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing showing a lady seated nearly 
front view holding a mirror in one hand, 
a powder puff in the other. In the back- 
ground is a vertical panel picture. (I 

20350, Dec. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 24, 
1906.) 5539 

showing a lady seated on a chair, 

front view, one arm resting on a desk 
beside her, and the other at her side. 
(I 20434, Jan. 7, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 7, 
1907.) 5540 

showing a lady seated, profile view, 

beside a table on which is a linen table 
cover. A small child is on a chair be- 
side her. (I 20347, Dec. 24, 1906. 

5541 

showing a lady seated, profile view, 

on a chair. The background shows a 
small panel picture. (1 20353, Dec. 24, 
1906.) 5542 

1 photo, each Dec. 24, 1906. 

showing a lady seated, profile view, 

on a chair with her face turned to front. 
She wears low-necked costume with 
short sleeves. (I 20431, Jan. 7, 1907.) 

5543 

showing a lady standing back view, 

face in profile, winding a clock. A 
large rug is on the floor in the fore- 
ground, and another in the background. 
(120432, Jan. 7, 1907.) 5544 

showing a lady standing between 

lace curtains which she holds aside 
with her hands. She wears low-necked 
costome having short sleeves. (1 20437, 
Jan. 7, 1907. ) 5545 

(1 photo, each Jan. 7, 1907. 

showing a lady standing front view. 

She holds a parasol with one hand and 
rests the other on window ledge. She 
wears a street costume including hat. 
(I 20582, Jan. 21, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
21, 1907.) 5546 

showing a lady standing, front view. 

She wears street costume, hat with 
plume, and gloves. (I 20400, Jan. 2, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 2, 1907.) 5547 

showing a lady standing nearly front 

view, resting one arm on a shelf and 
holding a rose in her hand. She wears 
evening costume and long gloves. (I 

20351, Dec. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 24, 
1906.) 5548 

showing a lady standing profile 

view. She holds her underskirt slight- 
ly elevated in front, (I 20302, Dec. 
17, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 17, 1906. ) 5549 

showing a lady standing profile view. 

She wears a street costume, hat, and 
veil, and carries her purse in one hand. 
(I 20435, Jan. 7, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
7,1907.) 5550 



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147 



Barnes - Crosby company, 
Chicago. 111. 

Pen drawing showing a lad}- standing 
three-quarters front view. She wear- a 
street costume, hat with large plumes. 
and fur boa. She also carries a muff. I 
20401, Jan. 2. 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 2, 
1907.) 5551 

showing a lady's head and shoul- 
ders. She wears a hat trimmed with 
plumes, velvet, and has a boa of light 
fluffv material about her shoulders. 
I 20436. Jan. 7, 1907: 1 photo. Jan. 
7, 1907.) 5552 

showing a maid standing at the 

corner of a table holding a bunch of 
napkins. Another bunch lies on the 
table, which is covered with a linen 
cover, i I 20404, Jan. 2. 1907: 1 photo. 
Jan. 2, 1907. I 5553 

showing a man standing beside a 

counter, one hand resting on a pile of 
magazines and the other in his coat 
pocket. In the right background is 
shown the half figure of a second man, 
profile view, reading: a magazine. I 
20553, Jan. 19, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 19, 
1907. 5554 

showing a man standing, front view, 

fastening his suspender. He wears a 
<:heck shirt, striped trousers. shoe>, 
collars, and tie. (I 2040s. Jan. 2. 1907; 
1 photo. Jan. 2. 1907.) 5555 

showing a man standing, front view. 

h o 1 d i n g- a b o o k in one h and. He w ea rs 
a tuxedo coat with lew vest, shoes, col- 
lar, tie. (I 20585, Jan. 21. 1907; 1 
photu. Jan. 21, 1907.) 5556 

showing a man standing, profile 

view. He holds a pipe and tobacco 
bag in his hands. He wears a double- 
breasted sack suit, shoes, collar, and 
tie. and has his head bent forward. (I 

20438. Jan. 7, 1907.) 5557 
showing a man standing, profile 

view, with his face front view. He 
wears derby hat. overcoat, gloves. (I 

20439. Jan. '7. 1907. 5558 
1 photo, each Jan. 7, 1907. 

showing a man. standing- three quar- 
ters front view. He wears a sack suit, 
telescope hat. has on one glove, and 
carries one in the other hand. I 
20407. Jan. 2. 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 2, 
1907.) 5559 

showing a man's bead in profile. 

He wears a hat with the crown crushed 
in, and collar and tie. (I 20586, Jan. 
21, 1^07: 1 photo. Jan. 21, 1907. I 5560 

showing a man's head in profile, 

outlined upon a circular back ground. 
(I 20345, Dec. 24. 1906; 1 photo. Dec 
24. 1906. 5561 



Barnes - Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing -bowing a man's head three- 
quarters front view. He wears a fedora 
hat, tie, collar. (I 20554, Jan. 19, 1907; 1 
photo. Jan. 19, 1907.) 5562 

showing a .-mail boy standing, pro- 
file view. He wears a Russian suit, 
Tarn' o Shanter cap. and is holding a 
string s U? pended in front of a kitten. 
(120296, Dec. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 
17, 1906.) 5563 

showing a small girl and her doll in 

bed and a lady arranging the cover over 
them. (I 20348, Dec. 24. 1906; 1 photo. 
Dec. 24, 1906.) 5564 

showing a young lady, seated, pro- 
file view, holding a table cover in one 
hand and a bundle of napkins in the 
other. (I 20303, Dec. 17, 1906.) 5565 

showing a young lady, standing be- 
hind a desk, upon which is a large as- 
sortment of lace. She is holding one 
piece with both ban: Is. 1 1 20295, De :. 
17, 1906.) 5566 
1 photo, each Dec. 17. 1906. 

showing five ladie> standing in a 

semi-circle. The one at extreme right 
holds a lorgnette in one hand. (I 
20550, Jan. 19, 1607: 1 photo. Jan. 19, 
1907. I 5567 

showing four ladies standing in a 

row, three approximately front view, 
and the fonith in profile. All wear 
waist^ and skirrs of different materials. 
(I 20430. Jan. 7. 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 7, 
1907. 5568 

showing full figures of four ladies in 

a row. Two are front view, one in pro- 
file, and one back view with face in 
profile. ( I 205S1 . Jan. 21.1 907 ; 1 photo. 
Jan. 21, 1907.) 5569 

showing half figure of a lady, front 

view, face in profile. In the back- 
ground is a long transverse panel over 
whi h are drawn a number of shoes. 
(120551, Jan. 19. 1907.) 5570 

showing half figure of a lady, seated 

on a chair, and resting her hands on 
the chair's back. A pair of gloves are 
shown at right angles forming a corner 
piece at u per lfft corner of drawing. 
a 20558, Jan. 1U, 1907 5571 

1 photo, each Jan. 19, 1907. 

-bowing half figure of a man stand- 
ing behind a table. A number of bhirts 
are arrange! in a semi-circle on the 
table before him. I 20346, Dec. 24. 
1906; 1 photo. Dec. 24. 1906. I 5572 



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Barnes - Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 

Pen drawing showing half figures of three | 
ladies in a semi-circle (I 20405, Jan. i 
2, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 2, 1907.) 5573 ; 

showing half length figures of four J 

ladies. Three are shown front view, 
and one back view, facing them. (I > 
20583, Jan. 21, 1907. ) 5574 

showing head and shoulders of a 

lady, front view. She wears a flat 
crowned hat, trimmed with flowers, j 
and a low necked costume. ( I 20578, j 
Jan. 21, 1907.) 5575 

1 photo, each Jan. 21, 1907. 

showing head and shoulders of a 

lady, front view. She wears a street 
costume, and hat having plumes and 
flowers. ( I 20403, Jan. 2, 1907 ; 1 photo. 
Jan. 2, 1907.) 5576 

showing head and shoulders of a j 

lady nearly front view. She wears a | 
boa over her shoulders, and a large hat 
with plumes. A semicircle of twigs 
and blossoms partly encloses the lady's 
head. (I 20577, Jan. 21, 1907; 1 photo. 
Jan. 21, 1907.) 5577 

showing section of a bath room with 

towel rack and towels. Two small 
children stand in front of a bath tub. 
The larger is in the act of holding a 
towel about the form of the smaller 
child. ( I 20294, Dec. 1 7, 1 906 ; 1 photo. 
Dec. 17, 1906.) ~ 5578 

showing the figure of a man, stand- 
ing, front view, one hand in his coat 
pocket and the other holding his hat 
and overcoat. (I 20343, Dec. 24, 1906. ) 

5579 

-s showing the figures of eight ladies, 

standing, in a row. In the back- 
ground is a long panel about the height 
of the figures, the surface of which is 
dotted. ( I 20352, Dec. 24, 1906. ) 5580 
1 photo, each Dec. 24, 1906. 

showing three-fourths figure of a 

lady, nearly front view, adjusting her 
belt. In the background is a horizon- 

■ tal panel and a number of belts. (I 
20556, Jan. 19, 1907.) 5581 

showing three fourths figure of a 

lady, profile view, putting on her 
gloves. She wears a short cloak and 
fur boa and hat. (I 20560, Jan. 19, 
1907.) 5582 

1 photo, each Jan. 19, 1907. 

showing three-fourths figure of a 

lady, standing front view, her head 
turned to one side. She is arranging 
her hair with one hand and holds mir- 
ror in the other. (I 20402, Jan. 2, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 2. 1907. 5583 



Barnes - Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Pen drawing showing three ladies in a 

semi-circle, one of them seated in an 

arm chair. (I 20349, Dec. 24, 1906; 1 

photo. Dec. 24, 1906.) 5584 

showing three ladies, standing in a 

row, approximately front view. All 
wear street costume, hats with feathers, 
and carry muffs. (I 20399, Jan. 2, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 2, 1907.) 5585 

showing three ladies, standing in 

a row 7 , two front and one profile view. 
The one in the center holds an 
umbiella in both hands. All wear 
street costume. (I 20580, Jan. 21, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 21, 1907.) 5586 

showing two ladies in a room full of 

various pieces of furniture. One lady 
is seated on an arm chair and the other 
stands in the background. (I 20433, 
Jan. 7, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 7, 1907.) 

5587 

showing two ladies, one seated, and 

the other standing behind the first. 
(120292, Dec. 17, 1906.) 5588 

showing two ladies, one seated, and 

the other standing beside her. Both 
are dressed in street costume including 
hats, and carry muffs. (I 20300, Dec. 
17, 1906.) 5589 

1 photo, each Dec. 17, 1906. 

showing two ladies standing, profile 

view, one at either side. In the back- 
ground is a man bringing forward a 
roll of carpet, partly unrolled. (I 
20559, Jan. 19, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 19, 
1907.) 5590 

showing two men before some book 

shelves, one three quarters back view, 
and the other three quarters front 
view leaning against an arm chair. (I 
20588, Jan. 21, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 21, 
1907.) 5591 

showing two men standing, facing 

each other; one three quarters front, 
the other three quarters back view. 
(I 20344, Dec. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 
24, 1906.) 5592 

showing two-thirds figure of a man, 

standing, front view. He wears a 
double breasted fancy vest, trousers 
and no coat. He is smoking a pipe. 
(1 20410, Jan. 2, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 2, 
1907.) 5593 

showing two thirds figures of three 

ladies, front view. All wear waists of 
elaborate design and plain skirts. (I 
20579, Jan. 21, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 21, 
1907. i 5594 



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119 



Beattie ( Herbert W. ), Quin- 
cy, Mass. 

Laurel wreath. The laurel wreath is cir- 
cular in general design and is in relief 
upon a rectangular background. (I 
20448, Jan. 8, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 8, 
1907.) 5595 

Wreath of oak. Is circular, in relief 
upon a rectangular background. (I 
20427, Jan. 7. 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 7, 
1907.) 5596 

Behrens (Geo. A. I.Chicago, 

111. 

Waiting for Santa Clans. Two children 

on old fashioned settee watching open 

grate fire place. (120307, Dec. 19, 

1906; 1 photo. Dec. 19, 1906.) 5597 

Blotcky (Abraham G.), Des 
Moines, Iowa. 
Arrow (The). An arrow, a bow, an 
Indian. The Indian is arranged in 
side elevation and wears a conventional 
war bonnet. (120500, Oct. 31, 1906; 
1 photo. Sow 24, 1906.) 5598 

Boston art silver plate com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
Almond or fruit dish. 7] inches wide, 9 
inches long. Flowers, leaves and scroll 
design. (I 20396. Nov. 21. 1906.) 

5599 

Bon-bon dish. 4h inches wide, 7 inches 

long. Morning glorv design in bottom. 

(I 20393, Nov. 21, 1906.) 5600 

Cake or bread tray, 8 inches wide, 12 
inches long. The design is roses, other 
flowers, leaves and scroll. (I 20394, 
Nov. 21, 1906.) 5601 

Crumb scraper. 3] inches v\ ide, 6i inches 
long. Fluted and scroll .design. (I 

20391, Nov. 21, 1906.) 5602 

Crumb scraper. 3jf inches wide, 6 J inches 
long. Forget-me-not and ribbon de- 
sign. (I 20390, Nov. 21, 1906.) 5603 

Crumb tray. 5| inches wide, 8 inches 
long. Fluted and scroll design. (I 

20392. Nov. 21, 1906.) ~ 5604 
1 photo, each Nov. 21, 1906. 

Crumb tray. 5| inches wide, 8 inches 
long. Forget-me-not and ribbon de- 
sign. (I 20389, Nov. 21, 1906; 1 photo. 
Nov. 7. 1906.) 5605 

Fish tray. 9J inches wide, 15 inches 
long. Two fishes in bottom of tray. 
(One large, one small.) Bottom sup- 
posed to be water. (I 20398, Nov. 21, 
1906.) 5606 

Grape or fruit dish. 9 inches wide, 12 
inches long. Grape vine running 
around the outer edge. (I 20397, Nov. 
21, 1906.) 5607 



Boston art silver plate com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
Small almond or bon-bon dish, 4.] in. 
wide, 6 in Ions-. Flowers, leaves and 
scroll design.' (I 20395, Nov. 21, 
« 1906.) 5608 

1 photo, each Nov. 21, 1906. 

Breante (Albert), Paris, 

France. 

La manucure. Interior of a woman's 

boudoir. In a white Louis XIV chair 

a woman is sitting. (I 20286, Dec. 17, 

1906; 1 photo. Dec. 17, 1906.) 5609 

Caproni (P. P.) & bro., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Spirit of '76. A plaster relief showing 
three male figures with fife and drums, 
leading a company of cheering soldiers. 
(I 20455, Jan. 9, 1907: 1 photo. Jan. 9, 
1907. I 5610 

Carpenter (Louise M. ), 

Berkeley, Cal. 

Contented puppies. Oil painting, 22 by 

24 in. Two St. Bernard puppies placed 

in a wooden fruit basket, (I 20499, 

Jan. 14, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 14, 1907.) 

5611 

Cleveland &.WhitehiU com- 
pany, Newbnrgh, N. Y. 
"Where are you going my pretty maid? 
A little boy wearing overalls, and a 
little girl wearing bloomers. ( I 20322, 
Dec. 20. 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 20, 1906.) 

5612 

Cockcroft (Edward T. ). New 
York, N. Y. 
Roman pedestal. Drum pedestal made 
from models of Italian workmanship, 
consisting of square base on which 
rests a drum. (I 20367, Dec. 27, 1906; 
1 photo. Dec. 27, 1906.) 5613 

Collier (P. F.) & son. New 
York, N. Y. 
Arabian nights entertainments. Y. The 
search for the Singing Tree. ( I 20104, 
Nov. 28, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 28, 1906.) 

5614 

Coaching. Party composed of five men 

, and one woman on top of an old time 

coach. (120306, Dec. 18, 1906; 1 photo. 

Dec. 18, 1906.) 5615 

Flying Dutchman of to-day. A number 

of men working at the pumps of a ship 

evidentlv in distress. (I 20364, Dec. 

27, 1906/) 5616 

German band. Short stout musician 

blowing a horn to which is attached a 

small stand for holding the music. His 

beard is long and white. He wears 

spectacles and a soft broad brimmed 

hat. (I 20363, Dec. 27, 1906.) 5617 

1 photo, each Dec. 27, 1906. 



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Collier (P. F.) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
New Years. Old year represented by 
father Time welcoming in the New 
Year represented by a small boy carry- 
ing in his left hand a large green um- 
brella with a curved handle. (I 20415, 
Jan. 3, 1907.) 5618 

Revival that failed. Smiling gentleman 
in a silk hat and a fur collared over- 
coat starting out to make New Year's 
calls. (I 20416, Jan. 3, 1907.) 5619 
1 photo each Jan. 3, 1907. 

Tragedy (The) of the trees — Hauling 
logs to the river. Painting by Fred- 
eric Remington, showing a team of 
horses hauling a load of logs to the 
river. (I 20442, Jan. 7, 1907.) 5620 

Where to, sir? Painting by F. X. Ley- 
endecker, showing a hansom, bowling 
along. Inside are a young man and a 
young woman. ( I 20443, Jan. 7, 1907. ) 

5621 
1 photo, each Jan. 7, 1907. 

Cook (Robert L. ), Spring- 
field, Mass. 
Arnold memorial. 10 ft. long 1 ft, thick 
and 2 ft. 8 in. high. Name of family 
inscribed and top counter sunk so as to 
drain rain water. (I 20462, Jan. 10. 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 10, 1907.) 5622 

Coulon (Geo. A.), sr., New 
Orleans, La, 
Dr. Quitman Kohnke, pres. of board of 
health of New Orleans, La., visiting a 
yellow fever patient during epidemic 
of 1905. Interior of poor house. Doc- 
tor and nurse are around a low bed on 
which the patient lies. (I 20358, Dec. 
28. 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 26, 1906.) 5623 

Crowell publishing com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. 
Valentine beauty. Head and bust of a 
young woman enclosed in a decorated 
frame of heart shape. (I 20425, Jan. 
7, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 7, 1907.) 5624 

Cox (Kenyon), New York, 
N. Y. 
P>eneficence of law. Decorative painting 
for the supreme court room of the Es- 
sex co. courthouse, Newark, N. J. 
Central figure is Law, crowned and 
sceptred. (I 20337, Dec. 22, 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 22, 1906. ) 5625 

Cox (Louise), United States. 

Anne. Picture of a bright eyed baby 

seated on a fur rug, legs sprawled out 

baby fashion, plaving with a toy in 

front of her. (I 20339, Dec. 24, 1906.) 

5626 



Cox (Louise) United States. 

Little Miss M. Front view of little girl 

seated on a bench both hands resting 

on bench and feet crossed over each 

other. (I 20338, Dec. 24, 1906.) 5627 

1 photo, each Dec. 24, 1906. 

Crane (J. W.), New York, 
N. Y. 

Beach girl. Three quarter length figure 
of young girl, dressed in white sailor 
suit, (I 20320, Dec. 20, 1906; 1 photo. 
Dec, 20, 1906.) 5628 

May 29th. Civil war veteran seated in 
room threading a needle. He is re- 
pairing an American flag which lies 
across his knees. (I 20377, Dec. 29, 
1906; 1 photo. Dec. 29, 1906.) 5629 

Daprato statuary company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Altar in Roman style. The distinguish- 
ing feature of the altar is a monogram 
S. T. A., a representation of grapes and 
wheat, (120260, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

5630 
Altar pedestal with group. Descent from 
the Cross. In the lower part of the 
pedestal is a monogram V. M. (I 
20259, Dec. 15, 1906. ) 5631 

1 photo, each Dec. 15, 1906. 
Darragh (Mrs. L. Hart), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Nesbit's (Evelyn) first pose. Cloak of 
brown thrown over the shoulder. Size 
of painting 26 by 36 inches. (I 20413, 
Dec. 26, 1906. ) " 5632 

1 photo. Dec. 26, 1906. 

Deakin (Edwin), Berkeley, 
. Cal. 
Busy corner. View of the Crocker bldg., 
corner of Market and Post streets, San 
Francisco, Cal. (I 20329, Dec. 20, 
1906.) 5633 

December day in San Francisco. Picture 
of Call bldg. located at corner of Mar- 
ket and Third streets, San Francisco, 
Cal. (I 20327, Dec. 20, 1906.) 5634 
Passing of the storm. View of the 
Chronicle bldg. in San Francisco cor- 
ner of Market and Kearney streets. In 
foreground street cars, and pedestrians 
holding umbrellas. (I 20328, Dec. 20, 
1906.)" 5635 

1 photo, each Dec. 20, 1906. 
Dean (Walter L. ), Boston, 
Mass. 
U. S. gunboat Gloucester at Santiago. 
Oil painting on canvas six feet long by 
four feet wide. The U. S. gunboat 
Gloucester on right steaming towards 
the spectator and firing at two Spanish 
torpedo boats in left side of picture. 
(I 20447. Jan. 8. 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
8, 1907. 5636 



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151 



Peine (Gabriel;, Paris. 
France. 
Intimite. Six young girls in a drawing- 
room. One of them is sitting at the 
piano accompanying the singing of 
another, who is standing to the right 
of the picture. (T 20283, Dec. 17, 1906; 
1 photo. Dec. 17, 1906.) 5637 

Detchon (Adelaide), Spring- 
field, Mass. 
Morning (The) glory. Water color 
drawing, 9 bv 15 inches of morning 
dories. (I 20262, Dec. 15, 1906; 1 
Dec. photo. 15, 1906.) 5638 

Egli (Alfred), West Orange, 
X. J. 
' Return from the tournament. Painting- 
showing in the right foreground two 
knights partially armored, each 
mounted upon a white charger and 
carrying a lance in an upright position 
in his right hand. (I 20365, Dec. 28, 
1906.) 5639 

Siegfried's return from the hunt. Centre 
figure is in full armor, mounted upon 
a rearing white charger. Another 
horseman accompanies him on his 
right, carrying; a standard extended by 
the breeze". (I 20366, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

5640 
1 photo, each Dec. 28, 1906. 

Fairbanks (E. & T.) & co., 

St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Builders plan. Drawing of 22 ft. 15-ton 

wagon scale. Plan is numbered 11-27- 

06 F. sheet 1. drawer 61. (I 20372, 

Dec. 29, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 29, 1906.) 

5641 

Drawing of a 46 ft. 100 ton, 5 sec- 
tions iron frame railway track scale. 
The figures show respectively plan, 
side eleyation, cross sections, and view 
of main scale leverage. (I 20276, Dec. 
17, 1906.) 5642 

First detail plan. Drawing of a 46 ft., 
100 ton, 5 sections iron frame railway 
track scale. This drawing gives details 
of some of the structural steel. (I 
20278, Dec. 17, 1906. ) 5643 

1 photo, each Dec. 17, 1906. 

Foundation plan. Drawing of a 22 ft. 15- 
ton wagon scale. Drawing is numbered 
11-27-06 F. sheet 2. drawer 61. (I 
20373, Dec. 29. 1906: 1 photo. Dec. 29, 
1906. ) 5644 

Drawing of a 46 ft. 100 ton, 5 

sections iron frame railway track scale. 
Figures show respectively plan, side 
elevation, and cross sections. (I 20277, 
Dec. 17. 1906: 1 photo. Dec. 17, 1906.) 

5645 



Fairbanks (E. £ T. ) & co., 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Second detail plan. Drawing of a 22 ft. 
15-ton wagon scale. Drawing is num- 
bered 11-27-06 F. drawer 61. sheet 4. 
.,(1 20374, Dec. 29, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 
29, 1906. ) 5646 

Drawing of a 46 ft., 100 ton, 5 



section, iron trame railway track scale. 
This drawing shows details of some of 
the structural steel. (I 20279, Dec. 17, 
1906. ) 5647 

; Third detail plan. Drawing of a 46 ft. 
100 ton, 5 sections iron frame railway 
track scale. This drawing shows de- 
tails of some of the structural steel, 
also details of rail clips. ( I 20280, Dec. 
17, 1906.) 5648 

1 photo, each Dec. 17, 1906. 

Fairchild {Mrs. John C), 
Hyde Park, Mass. 
: Barry more (Ethel). Sitting in a chair 
with hands together and head turned 
nearly | around. Painting. (I 20261, 
Dec. 15, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 15, 1906. 

5649 
Feist (Julien), Minneapolis, 
Minn. 
| Refuge (The). The size is 26 by 18 
inches. A woman and a child em- 
braced lovingly, and sitting on a couch 
in a corner of a room, lit by two op- 
posite windows. (I 20444, Jan. 7, 
1907.) 5650 

Sewing by lamplight. The size is 26 by 
18 inches. A young woman sits near 
a table where a gas lamp stands with 
green shade. (I 20445, Jan. 7, 1907.) 

5651 
1 photo each Jan. 7, 1907. 

Ferry (D. M. ) & co., De- 
troit, Mich. 
I Sweet peas. Bunch of sweet peas of 
several varieties in a low shaped vase. 
(120523, Jan. 18, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
18,1907.) 5652 

Fitler (W. C), New York. 
N. Y. 
Golden hour. Summer landscape just 
after sunset. (I 20321, Dec. 20, 1906; 
1 photo. Dec. 20, 1906.) 5653 

Flood & Conklin company. 
Newark, N. J. 
Girl in blue. Bust portrait of a young- 
woman wearing a kind of a chiffon 
head dress, puffed at the ears, and 
haying long strings. (I 20498, Jan. 
14. 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 14, 1907.) 5654 



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French ( Ransford M . ) , 
Weehawken, N. J. 
Architectural design and construction. 
A eulogium. 2 flanking pier elements 
joined by a central connecting element. 
On one of the pedestrals stands a 
figure. (I 20426, Jan. 7, 1907: 1 photo. 
Jan. 7, 1907.) 5655 

Frost and Reed, Bristol, 
England. 
Play. It represents a forest scene with 
two leopards at play around a tree- 
trunk. (I 20494, Jan. 14, 1907.) 5656 
Thro' the crisp air. It represents a 
snowy landscape with sheep and trees 
and hills in the foreground and dis- 
tance. (I 20495, Jan. 14, 1907.) 5657 
1 photo each Jan. 14, 1907. 

Gargoyles (The), New York, 
N. Y. 
Seal of the Gargoyles. A tracery of 
leaves between straight lines, acting as 
a rectangular frame with the words 
"New York" at the bottom and at the 
top a scroll covers most of the frame. 
(I 20571, Jan. 19, 1907; 1 photo, Jan. 19, 
1907.) 5658 

George (Richard Fox), 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Johnson (Hon. Tom L. ). Portrait bust. 
Head slightly raised and turned to the 
left, collar low and turned down with 
bow tie. (I 20453, Jan. 9, 1907; 1 
photo. Jan. 9, 1907.) 5659 

German American Coffee Co., 
New York, N. Y. 

Laughing boy. A boy in a seated posi- 
tion probably at a table upon which 
both his elbows are rested. He is 
shown in a laughing mood. ( I 20502, 
Jan. 16, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 16, 1907.) 

5660 
Goetz (Ludwig E. ) & co., 
New York, N. Y. 

Holbein E. 1768. Conventionalized 
representation of a plant with a central 
stalk and over hanging leaves at the 
too of the stalk. (I 20525, Oct. 27, 
1906.) 5661 I 

Holbein E. 1769. An oblong rectangu- ' 
lar field with a wide double border of 
embroidery work. (I 20530, Oct. 27, 
1906.) 5662 

Holbein E. 1770. Lady in flowing gown 
standing between two tall flowering 
plants with one hand extended toward 
one of the plants. (I 20531, Oct. 27, 
1906.) 5663 

Holbein E. 1771. Shield checkerwise, 
with griffins rampant as supporters in 
a field between upper & lower em- 
broidery work. Borders of octagonal 
figures. (I 20528, Oct. 27, 1906. ) 5664 



Goetz (Ludwig E. ) & co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Holbein E. 1772. A peacock with tail 
spread, standing between two conven- 
tionalized plants in ornamental pots. 
(I 20529, Oct. 27, 1906.) 5665 

Holbein E. 1774. A griffin rampant on 
a square field, enclosed in a wide em- 
broidery work border. (I 20526, Oct. 
27,1906.) 5666 

Holbein E. 1776. Lady & gentleman 

in armor having hands clasped within 

space border, with embroidery work. 

(120527, Oct, 27, 1906.) 5667 

1 photo, each Jan. 16, 1907. 

Goet's (Jacob) sons, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Washington as a free mason. A statue 
of about 6 inch, in height, including 
base & figure, which later represents 
George Washington, clothed as the 
worshipful master of the Masonic 
Lodge. (I 20496, Jan. 14, 1907; 1 
photo. Jan. 14, 1907. 5668 

Gotham lithograph com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Girl dressed in uniform on deck of man- 
of-war. (I 20424, Jan. 5, 1907; 1 photo. 
Jan. 5, 1907. 5669 

Grosset ( Edouard Leon) , 
Paris, France. 
Group vache et laitiere. A cow standing, 
looking to the left. A woman in 
peasant's costume is sitting and milk- 
ing the cow. (I 20452, Jan. 9. 1907.) 

5670 
Groupe vache et veau. Group of one 
cow and a little calf. The two stand- 
ing. (I 20451, Jan. 9, 1907.) 5671 

Groupe deux vaches. Group of two cows, 
ra 52 cent, in length. 39 cent. high. 
One standing on the ground, the other 
on a little hillock. (I 20450, Jan. 9, 
1907.) 5672 

1 photo, each Jan. 9, 1907. 

Gude (O. J.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Man in high hat and long light colored 
coat holding glass in right hand. (I 
20332, Dec. 22, 1906. ) 5673 

Old man in evening dress, white hair, 
partly bald, sitting in chair by table. 
(I 20334, Dec. 22, 1906.) 5674 

1 photo, each Dec. 22, 1906. 

Statue of Liberty stooping to pick up ob- 
ject. It represents the statue of Liberty 
in New-York harbor, stooping to pick 
up something. (I 20570, Jan. 8, 1907; 
1 photo. Jan. 8, 1907.) 5675 



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Gnde (0. J.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Young man sitting in chair by low table, 

on which are whisky bottle, syphon and 

glass. (I 20333, Dec. 22, 1906; 1 photo. 

Dec. 22, 1906.) 5676 

Halm (James E. ), New 

York, N. Y. 

Karuso monkeys. Three monkeys seated 

together; the first holds his hands over 

his mouth, the second over his ears, the 

. third over his eyes. (I 20305, Dec. 18, 

1906; 1 photo. Dec. 18, 1906.) 5677 

Hamblett (Nellie F.), Fitch- 
burg, Mass. 
Mary Baker G. Eddy. A circular bas 
relief showing profile view of Mary 
Baker G. Eddy. (I 20428, Jan. 7, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 7, 1907.) 5678 

Hartlev (Jonathan Scott). 
New York, N. Y. 
Nature's sun dial. A young faun tick- 
ling a toad, which is perched on a toad 
stool, with a twig. (I 20304, Dec. 18. 
1906; 1 photo. Dec. 18, 1906. ) 5679 

Harvev (Eli), New York, 
N. Y. 
Paper cutter which consists of a crouch- 
ing or sleeping leopard, which rests 
upon one end of the blade or cutter 
and forms the handle. (I 20288, Dec. 
5, 1906.) 5680 

Stationery cabinet. Rectangular octa- 
gon, 17| in. long by 9 in. wide by 3J 
in. high. There are six puma heads 
with rings in their mouths, on panels 
of cabinet. (I 20289, Dec. 5, 1906.) 

5681 
1 photo, each Dec. 5, 1906. 

Haskin (B. E. ), Chicago, III. 
Friends. Boy and white rabbit in door- 
way. Rabbit partial lv in boy's lap, j 
who is feeding him. (I 20589, Jan. 21, I 
1907.) 5682 

Heavy load. Three children in fore- 
ground, two of them carrying the third j 
in a large basket. Some apples in bas- 
ket. (I 20590, Jan. 21, 1907.) 5683 
1 photo, each Jan. 21, 1907. 

Hazard (Margaret Kellogg), 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

Girl. Figure, three quarter length. Po- ! 

sition, head turned to right, hands 

behind her. (120532, Jan. 18, 1907; 

1 photo. Jan. 18, 1907.) 5684 

Herrera (Leonardo), New 

York, N. Y. 

Apotheosis of Porfirio Diaz. A circle 

representing Aztec calendar, Mexican 

eagle on top. (I 20483, Jan. 11, 1907; 

1 photo. Jan. 11, 1907.) 5685 



Huntington (Charles R.), 
New York city, N. Y. 
Abraham Lincoln. Oil painting 40 by 50 
inches. Portrait of Abraham Lincoln, 
three quarter length, sitting figure, 
•facing a little to the right. (I 20492, 
Jan. 10. 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 2, 1907.) 

5686 
International harvester com- 
panv of America, Chicago, 
111. 
Harvester. A little girl with laughing 
face and curling hair holding in her 
left hand an ear of corn. (I 20385, 
Dec. 31, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 31, 1906.) 

5687 
Jobert(Paul), Paris, France. 
Une lecon de barre. Old fisherman and 
young girl in the stern of a large Trou- 
ville fishing smack. The old fisherman 
is teaching the voung girl how to steer. 
(I 20281, Dec. 17, 1906: 1 photo. Dec. 
17, 1906.) 5688 

Kaufmann & Strauss com- 
pany. 
Puzzles. Half figure of man with puz- 
zled expression of face. On one hand 
he is holding a book; the other hand 
pushes back his hair. (120485, Jan. 
11, 1907.) 5689 

Riddles. Baby girl, curly hair, brown 
eyes, rosy complexion, holding a doll 
in her left arm and showing contents 
of a book. (I 20484, Jan. 11, 1907.) 

5690 
1 photo, each Jan. 11, 1907. 

Kellv (James E.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Portrait relief of Oscar Wilde. Profile 
portrait of Oscar Wilde, in bas relief 
facing to left, signed by Oscar Wilde on 
coat; seal in upper right corner. (I 
20290, Dec. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 17, 
1906.) 5691 

Kendall (Sergeant), United 
States. 
Intent. Showing back view of a lady, 
standing in a doorway, watching tw^o 
children at plav on stairs leading up to 
a veranda, (I 20340, Dec. 24, 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 24, 1906.) 5692 

Ker (Win. Balfour), New 

York, N. Y. ) 

Castles in Spain. Young couple sitting 

hand in hand in orchard, watching 

spirit cupids building cottage. (I 20489, 

Jan. 11, 1907.) 5693 

New (the) home. Alone at last. Young 

couple sitting in window with view of 

city behind them. (I 20488, Jan. 11, 

1907.) 5694 

1 photo, each Jan. 11, 1907. 



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King (Paul), New York, 
N. Y. 
At dusk, Katiwijk. Two horses in fore- 
ground, one white, other bay, man on 
back of bay horse. In trie middle 
ground Katiwijk fishing boat with lamp 
lit. (I 20388, Jan. 2, 1907.) 5695 

Hauling up the boat. Two horses in 

foreground; one white, one dark bay. 

In the middle ground a mass of horses. 

(120387, Jan. 2, 1907.) 5696 

1 photo, each Jan. 2, 1907. 

Knight (William), Worces- 
ter, Mass. 
Wayside ( A) shrine. A monastery and 
trees with foliage in back ground, with 
sky at left and over monastery ; a large 
tree at right in foreground with shrine 
nailed thereon. ( I 20457, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 

5697 

A pasture in the country. Several 

sheep grazing. Shepherd dog with 
fore-feet on a wall. Large pine tree in 
the center on which a shrine is nailed. 
(120458, Jan. 9, 1907.) 5698 

A scene in a forest with trees and 

foliage in back ground. A large cross 
in center of said forest on w T hich a shrine 
is nailed. ( I 20456, Jan. 9, 1907. ) 
1 photo, each Jan. 9, 1907.) 5699 

Kohn & bros., Chicago, Ills. 

Cliff scene, representing two gentlemen 

on a cliff. One wears a light single 

breasted suit; the other a black double 

breasted suit, ( I 20479, Jan. 10, 1907. ) 

5700 

Field scene. Two young gentlemen on a 
walk overlooking a field. One is facing 
forward and wears black sack suit, the 
other is gazing over the field. (I 20477, 
Jan. 10, 1907. ) 5701 

Deck scene. Two gentlemen on the deck 
of a ship. One wears a long overcoat. 
(I 20478, Jan. 10, 1907.) 5702 

Garden scene. Young lady & gentleman 
strolling through a garden. The lady 
wears white dress. (I 20482, Jan. 10, 
1907. ) 5703 

Park scene. Showing two gentlemen in 
the section of the park containing 
animals. One clad in light suit, the 
other in dark. (I 20481, Jan. 10, 1907. ) 

5704 

Rail scene. Two gentlemen in sack suits 
looking over some plans. One gentle- 
man holds the plans with outstretched 
right hand. (I 20474, Jan. 10, 1907.) 

5705 



Kohn & bros., Chicago, 111. 

Seashore scene. A young lady & gentle- 
man resting at the seashore. The 
young lady attired in white dress, 
black & white hat, black sleeve garters, 
and is seated holding an upraised um- 
brella over her head. (I 20473, Jan. 
10, 1907.) 5706 

Standing (The) gentleman wears full 
dress, opera hat,, white tie, gloves & 
oxfords, holds cigar in his left, right 
hand rests on his hip and is gazing to 
the right. (I 20475, Jan. 10, 1907. ) 

5707 

Street scene. Representing two gentle- 
men near the edge of walk conversing 
with young lady on horseback. The 
young ladv rides on a black and white 
horse. (I 20480, Jan. 10, 1907.) 5708 

Walk scene. Two gentlemen buying 
flowers from a boy. One gentleman 
wears Prince Albert, opera hat, white 
tie, gloves and oxfords. (1 20476, Jan. 
10, 1907.) 5709 

1 photo, each Jan. 10, 1907. 

Kuppenheimer (B.), & co., 
Chicago, 111. 
) Figure of man, both hands in overcoat 
pockets, pipe in mouth, and trousers 
turned up at bottom ; figure of boy and 
girl in background, with umbrella 
above them. (I 20545, Jan. 19, 1907.) 

5710 
! Man and woman. Man seated in arm 
chair looking at woman, card in right 
hand. Woman seated at left of man, 
behind table, holding deck of cards. 
(120542, Jan. 19, 1907.) 5711 

Three figures. One man, back view, with 
hat in right hand, wearing light col- 
ored suit: other man, center figure, has 
both hands in coat pockets, front view, 
standing at left of young girl seated in 
large arm chair with book. (I 20549, 
Jan. 19. 1907.) 5712 

Three figures, two men, one woman. 
Man on right has right hand on hip 
and cane in left hand, coat thrown 
back slightly. Woman in center has 
long boa around neck, face front view. 
Other man, back view, with cane under 
left arm. (I 20548, Jan. 19. 1907.) 

5713 

Two figures of men; One man leaning on 
chair, other man standing and reading 
book.' (I 20538, Jan. 19, 1907.) 5714 

Two men and woman. One man has right 
hand in outside coat pocket and cane in 
left hand. Other man has left hand in 
trouser pocket with coat thrown back. 
Woman has purse held on left arm, and 
coat on right arm. (I 20546, Jan. 19, 
1907.) 5715 



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Kuppenheimer (B. ), & co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Two men, front view. One man has right 
hand in trousers pocket, cane in left 
hand. Other man has both hands in I 
coat pockets and pipe in mouth. (I 
20540, Jan. 19, 1907.) 5716 

Two men. One man leaning on counter 
and using telephone instrument. Other 
figure, back view, has both hands in 
pockets. (I 20541. Jan. 19, 1907.) 

5717 

Two men. One man with cane under 
right arm, putting glove on left hand, 
side view. Other man has right hand 
on hip with glove on left hand, holding 
right glove. (I 20547, Jan. 19, 1907.) 

5718 

Two men. One man with right arm back 
of body with cane in right hand. Other 
figure standing at the left with cane in 
right hand, putting glove on right hand. 
(I 20543, Jan. 19, 1907. ) 5719 

Two men. One with right hand on hip, 
cigarette in left hand. Other man, 
front view, with both hands in trouser 
pockets. (I 20544, Jan. 19. 1907.) 

5720 

Two men with woman. Woman hold- 
ing up right hand, golf stick in left 
hand. One man with golf bag over 
right shoulder. Other man has right 
hand on right hip. (I 20539, Jan. 19, 
1907.) 5721 

1 photo, each Jan. 19, 1907. 

Lambert (John), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Chevalier (Albert) as 'Awkins. Oil 
painting 40 by 58 inches, on canvas. 
Three-fourths length figure, life size. 
Brown background. Brownish gray 
coat, black velvet lapels, grav trousers. 
(I 20575, Jan. 12, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
12, 1907.) 5722 

Langholff ( Oscar L. F.) , Fort 
Atkinson, Wis. 
Langholff cats. Drawing in ink of three 
cats with a dark background, semicir- 
cular in shape and extending a short 
distance above the cats. (1 20537, Jan. 
18. 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 18,1907.) 5723 

Lawrence & Jellicoe ltd., 
London, England. 
Getting the lead into the wrong hand. 
Showing four figures in hunting cos- 
tume, the leading man has brought his 
horse to a standstill. (I 20359, Dec. 
27. 1906.) 5724 



Lawrence & Jellicoe, ltd., 
London, England. 
Good suit in diamonds. Scene in the 
hunting field. In the foreground is a 
man of strongly marked Jewish fea- 
tures, wearing a check suit of clothes 
of rather loud pattern,, and seated on a 
white horse. (I 20360. Dec. 27, 1906.) 

5725 

Grand slam. Huntsman on horseback 

who has run full tilt into a hayrick. 

(I 20361, Dec. 27, 1906.) ' 5726 

1 photo, each Dec. 27, 1906. 

Little Bo Peep. Showing a young girl 
standing on an elevated part of a field, 
holding her right hand to shade her 
eyes. (120569, Jan. 21, 1907.) 5727 

Little Boy Blue. Showing a boy in 
quaint attire, blowing a peculiarly 
shaped horn which he holds in his 
left hand. (I 20568, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

5728 

Little Jack Horner. Draw ing showing a 
small boy in quaint attire seated on a 
stool in the corner of a room, with his 
fingers dipping into a pie. (I 20566, 
Jan. 21, 1907.) 5729 

Little Tom Tucker. Showing a boy in 
doublet and hose in the act of singing. 
(I 20567, Jan. 21, 1907.) 5730 

Matthew, Mark, Luke & John, guard the 
the bed that I lay on. Drawing show- 
ing four bovs' heads, each with halo. 
(I 20565, Jan. 21, 1907.1 5731 

Morning. Drawing showing a young- 
child sitting up in bed, eyes wide open, 
evidentlv just awoke. (I 20562, Jan. 
21, 19070 5732 

Night. Drawing showing a young child 
in bed, eyes wide open, her hands 
clasped in the attitude of praver. (I 
20564, Jan. 21, 1907.) 5733 

Noon. Drawing showing a young child 
seated at table, a basin before her. 
(1 20563, Jan. 21. 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
21, 1907.) 5734 

Spades the refuge of the destitute. Hunt- 
ing scene on a wet day, two figures on 
horseback with collars up and hands 
in coat pocket, (I 20362. Dec. 27. 1906; 
1 photo. Dec. 27, 1906.) 5735 

Leigh (Wm. R. ), New York, 

N. Y. 

Indian shepherd. An Acoma Indian 

squatting on the ground; his arms 

hanging over knees. (I 20421. Jan. 5, 

1907.) 5736 



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Leigh (Win. R.) , New York 
City. 
Zum water carrier. An Indian girl 
wrapped in a blanket, holding a jug on 
her head with her right hand. (I 
20422, Jan. 5, 1907. ) 5737 

1 photo, each Jan. 5, 1907. 

Le More (Paul), Paris, 
France. 
En foret. Autumn scene. In the fore- 
ground a huntsman galloping on a bay 
horse, preceded by two hounds. (I 
20282, Dec. 17, 1606; 1 photo. Dec. 17, 
1906.) 5738 

Life publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Life receives a few Christmas gifts. Fig- 
ure of Life dressed in his pajamas, but 
barefooted, facing a Christmas tree 
containing presents from his various 
subscribers. (I 20330, Dec. 21, 1906; 
1 photo. Dec. 21, 1906.) 5739 

Through different eyes. Young man and 
young woman, also an elderly couple, 
looking through different eyes at a 
youngster who has just arrived in a 
basket, labelled, the New Year. (I 
20420, Jan. 4, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 4, 
1907.) 5740 

Wrong house but let it go. Santa Clans, 
pipe in mouth, and with his pack al- 
most emptv just leaving a miserable 
room. (I 20331, Dec. 21, 1906; 1 photo. 
Dec. 21, 1906.) 5741 

Lincoln club, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 
Abraham Lincoln. Dimensions of can- 
vas, 48 by 58. The subject is seated 
on a plain mahogany chair with a red 
velvet or plush seat. (I 20454, Jan. 9, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 9, 1907.) 5742 

McAuliffe (Florence Joseph), 
Worcester, Mass. 
Princeton plaque. Tiger modeled in low 
relief with the name Princeton mod- 
eled above it. (I 20341, Dec. 24, 1906. ) 

5743 

Y.ale plaque. Name, Yale, modeled in 

; low relief with a back ground of elm 

leaves. (I 20342, Dec. 24, 1906.) 5744 

1 photo, each Dec. 24, 1906. 

McCampbell (Marjorie E.), 
Dante, Tenn. 
Behind the fan. Figure of a Japanese ! 
man and figure of a Japanese woman, i 
and an open fan covering their faces. J 
(I 20311, Dec. 19, 1906.) 5745 

Holly basket. Basket containing holly j 
leaves and hollv berries. (1 20312, i 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 5746 ! 



McCampbell (Marjorie E. ), 
Dante, Tenn. 
Mountain holly. Hollv leaves and holly 
berries. (I 20313, Dec. 19,1906. ) 5747 
1 photo, each Dec. 19, 1906. 

MacDonald (Angus Peter), 
Chicago, 111. 
Blacksmith (The). Stands at his forge 
with his back turned; holds a pair of 
tongs in one hand and the handle of 
the bellows in the other. (120429, 
Dec. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 24, 1906.) 

5748 

McKoon (Fannie M. ), San 

Diego, Cal. 

The 49er. Is seated in his cabin leaning 

against his bunk reading letters from 

home. (120243, Dec. 13, 1906; 1 photo. 

Dec. 13, 1906. 5749 

McLoughlin brothers, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Mother Goose in her automobile. Mother 
Goose driving an automobile with the 
goose standing in front. ( I 20380, Dec. 
29, 1906. ) 5750 

Mother Goose and her goose. A goose 
dressed up, sitting in an automobile, 
and Mother Goose looking through a 
half door. (I 20379, Dec. 29, 1906.) 

5751 

Santa Clans takes a slide. Santa with his 

sack of tovs sliding down hill on a sled. 

(I 20378, Dec. 29, 1906. ) 5752 

1 photo, each Dec. 29, 1906. 

Manoline company, York, 
Pa. 
Maud. Bust portrait, side view of a 
beautiful young woman with dark hair, 
stylishly arranged and having her 
bodice cut low and without sleeves. ( I 
20316, Dec. 19, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 19, 
1906.) 5753 

Manzi, Joyant & co., Paris, 
France. 
Le Baiser devine ( playing forfeits ) . Group 
of ladies & gentlemen dressed in cos- 
tumes of the eighteenth century, play- 
ing the game of forfeits in a park. (I 
20464, Jan. 10, 1907.) 5754 

Les quatre coins (puss in the corner). A 
group of ladies, dressed in costume of 
the eighteenth century, playing the 
game of puss in the corner in a park. 
(120465, Jan. 10, 1907.) 5755 

1 photo, each Jan. 10, 1907. 

Marcusy (Floral, New York, 

N. Y. 

Berlin market woman. Old woman who 

is selling oranges and holds them in a 

basket in her left hand. ( I 20354, Dec. 

5, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 5, 1906.) 5756 



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Marqua (William A.), Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
Manjua's universe. Representation of 
the earth showing land and water sur- 
face in colors of varying shades. (I 
20487, Jan. 11, 1907: 1 photo. Jan. 11, 
1907.) 5757 

Melchers (Gari), New York, 
N.Y. 
Last supper. Thirteen figures seated at a 
long table. Centre figure is of Christ, 
on the opposite side of table. On the 
near side two figures, one standing with 
hands behind his back. (I 20576, Jan. 
21. 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 21, 1907.) 

5758 
Moller (Ludwig), Liibeck, 
Germany. 
Birken. Painting by L. Fischbeck, rep- 
resenting a broad, flat landscape with 
a long line of birch trees lining one side 
of the path. (I 20467, Jan. 10, 1907. ) 

5759 
Eichen. Painting by L. Fishbeck, rep- 
resenting a broad landscape with a brook 
running through the center. A bridge 
of short planks cross the brook. Tall 
i oaks grow alongside water. (I 20466, 
Jan. 10, 1907.) 5760 

Fegender buck. Painting by Carl Zim- 
mermann, representing a buck in the 
forest, rubbing the skin from his ant- 
lers against the trunk of a tree. (I 
20471, Jan. 10, 1907.) 5761 

Gemsbock. Painting by Carl Zirnmer- 
mann, representing a gemsbock, stand- 
ing among the brush. (I 20470. Jan. 
10, 1907.) 5762 

Sichernder bock. Painting by Carl Zim- 
mermann, representing a buck, care- 
fully making his way through the for- 
est on the alert for enemies. ( I 20472, 
Jan. 10, 1907.) 5763 

Vor der alten stadtmauer. Painting by 
Max Merker representing a garden with 
several houses and a church visible in 
the background. (I 20469, Jan. 10, 
1907.) 5764 

Winter's end. Paiting by F. Muller 
Landeck, representing a hilly land- 
scape, lightly covered with snow. (I 
20468, Jan. iO, 1907.) 5765 

1 photo, each Jan. 10, 1907. 

Mueller brothers, art and man- 
ufacturing company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Hanging of the crane. Man and lady 
sitting at a table close to a fireplace. 
Man holding lady's hand. (I 20501. 
Jan. 16, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 16, 1907.) 

5766 



Naegele (C. F.),New York, 
N. Y. 
i Eveiyn. Oil painting 12 by 16 inches. 
A child's head with flowing curls and 
a wreath of leaves encircling the head. 
(I 20411, Jan. 2, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 2, 
1907.) 5767 

Newell (G. Glenn), New 
York, N. Y. 
Washing the sheep. Summer landscape. 
Under a large tree there is a flock of 
sheep. Two men at left are standing in 
small stream washing two sheep. (I 
20319, Dec. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 20, 
1906.) 5768 

Niehaus ( Charles Henry ) , 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 
Sculptural group for pediment of Ken- 
tucky State House. Central female fig- 
ure renresenting Kentucky. (I 20275, 
Dec. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 17, 1906.) 

5769 

Pacific coast china com- 
pany, Seattle, Wash. 
Mount Rainier with secondary peak. 
View from north showing foothills & 
lake Washington, with timber covered 
banks. (I 20573, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

5770 
| Mount Tacoma (Rainier). View from 
the westward with foreground of water 
and forest. In foreground is branch of 
rhododendron. 2. (I 20574, Jan. 21, 
1907.) 5771 

1 photo, each Jan. 21, 1907. 

Paris, Murton company, 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
j American (An) beauty. Water color 
painting of a full length figure of a fe- 
male in a ball gown. (I 20512, Jan. 
18,1907.) 5772 

Flower (The) of Norway. Water color 
painting of a full length figure of a fe- 
male in Norwegian costume. ( I 20514, 
Jan. 18, 1907. ) 5773 

Geisha (The). Water color painting of 
the head of a Japanese girl with three 
chrysanthemums in her hands. (I 
20515, Jan. 18, 1907.) 5774 

Lotus (The) of the Nile. Water color 
painting of the head of an Egyptian 
female." (I 20516, Jan. 18, 1907.) 5775 

Paris (A) sweet. Water color painting 
of the head & shoulders of a French 
female. Rose in hair. (120511, Jan. 
18,1907.) 5776 

Spanish (The) dancer. Water color 
painting of a female figure in the cos- 
tume of a Spanish dancer. (1 20513, 
Jan. 18, 1907.) 5777 

1 photo, each Jan. 18, 1907. 



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Pennucci (Andrea), Boston, 
Mass. 
Second station of Christ. Invocation of 
the Father. Group of eight figures on 
the ground, and one mounted on horse 
at right. Christ in center with hands 
outstretched. (120368, Dec. 28, 1906; 
1 photo. Dec. 28, 1906.) 5778 

Perron (Charles Theodore), 
Paris, France. 
Dignite. Statue of a woman represent- 
ing France. The woman is dressed in 
the costume of a peasant, is standing 
with her risjht foot forward, and her 
head slightly thrown back. (I 20284, 
Dec. 17, 1906: 1 photo. Dec. 17, 1906.) 

5779 
Pyle (HowardJ, Wilming- 
ton, Del. 
Landing of Carteret. Painting, 6i by 1 6 
feet, of the arrival of the first governor 
of New Jersey, Sir Philip Carteret. (I 
20375, Dec. 29, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 29, 
1906.) 5780 

Richemont (A. de), Paris, 
France. 
Maris Stella. Small fishing smack of 
Brittany. The Virgin and Holy Child 
appear to the three sailors whose boat 
is being tossed by the storm swept sea. 
(I 20287. Dec. 17, 1906: 1 photo. Dec. 
17, 1906.) 5781 

Rouland (Orlando), New 
York, N. Y. 
Roosevelt (President Theodore). Life 
size figure, f length, in a grey coat 
suit, whitish grey linen vest, seated on 
his desk chair: (1 20517. Jan. 18, 1907; 
1 photo. Jan. 18, 1907.) 5782 

Rungius (Carl), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 
Alaskan moose. Bull moose, very large 
in picture, standing downhill in heavy 
underbrush on a timber covered side- 
hill. (I 20336, Dec. 22, 1906; 1 photo. 
Dec. 22, 1906.) 5783 

At the waterhole. A spike-elk, broad- 
side, with forelegs in the water, looking 
up startled, water dripping from his 
mouth. (120518, Jan. 18, 1907.) 5784 

Under Coal Creek camp. A grizzly bear 
going up a grass}' slope, a cub at her 
heels. Snowbanks on the sides of 
canon in background & tops of moun- 
tains disappearing in mist. (I 20519, 
Jan. 18, 1907.) 5785 

1 photo, each Jan. 18, 1907. 

Woodland stag. A bull caribou standing 
alert in foreground among heavy low 
bushes in red fall color. (I 20335, Dec. 
22, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 22, 1906. ) 5786 



Schall (Fred P.), Chicago, 
111. 
Night owl. Night scene on country road. 
Automobile in distance coming down 
the road with glaring searchlight; fore- 
ground representing an owl flying away 
from the glaring light. (I 20446, Jan. 
7, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 7, 1907. ) 5787 

Schoenhofen brewing com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Edelweiss girl. Girl in Alpine costume 
seated on crag jutting out of snow- 
capped mountains. (I 20524, Jan. 18, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 18, 1907.) 5788 

Scribner's (Charles) sons. 
New York, N. Y. 
Everybody loves me. Little girl sitting 
on the garden step with box of candy 
on lap; kitten by her side, and a dog- 
sitting up in front of her. (I 20376, 
Dec. 29, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 29, 1906.) 

5789 

Skarbina (Franz), Berlin, 
Germany. 
Professor von Bergmann im Kreise seiner 
Assistenten und Horer. Professor von 
Bergmann, surrounded by three female 
and six male assistants, performing an 
operation upon a man lying upon the 
table. (120536, Jan. 19, 1907; 1 photo. 
Jan. 19, 1907.) 5790 

Sloan (J. V.) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Battle (The). On the right side is a cat, 
hunched back, open mouth and one 
paw raised, ready to spring at the op- 
ponent, a dog at the left, in a crouch- 
ing position, opened mouth, showing 
teeth. (I 20460, Jan. 9, 1907; 1 photo. 
Jan. 9, 1907. ) 5791 

Dancers. Drawing of the figures of a 
man and woman. The woman is of 
the French type and has on a large 
picture hat and a decollete dancing 
dress with short skirt. The man 
wears the conventional evening clothes. 
(I 20315, Dec. 19, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 
19, 1906. ) 5792 

Last sprint, To the right are the oars- 
men in the shell, with oars in position 
ready for the last sprint. On the shore 
are two large trees. (I 20503, Jan. 16, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 16, 1907. ) 5793 

Waiting. Drawing of a girl seated in a 
window seat. Her head is turned 
sidewavs showing her profile. (I 
20314, Dec. 19, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 19, 
1906. ) 5794 



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159 



Stone Van Dresser company. 
New York, N. Y. 
Black feather. Head of a very modern 
young woman in profile. On her head 
is a millinery creation of turban effect 
with a bunch of black tips at the side. 
(I 20357, Nov. 23, 1906.) 5795 

Picture hat, Head and shoulders of a 
young, pretty woman; brown fluffy 
hair in pompadour style with curl on 
neck. On her head is a huge black hat, 
- (I 20355, Nov. 23, 1906.) 5796 

Vanity of Virginia. Occupying the fore- 
ground is my lad}' of fashion, a young 
beautiful woman of the south about the 
time of the Civil war. (I 20356, Nov. 
23. 1906. I 5797 

1 photo, each Nov. 23, 1906. 
Smidth (F. L.) & co., New 
York, X. Y. 
Davidsen tubemill in the South African 
veldt. Veldt scene. In foreground a 
company of men are surrounding a 
string of oxen drawing a large metal 
tube. I I 20318, Dec. 20, 19U6; 1 photo. 
Dec. 20, 1906. ) 5798 

Straker (J. E. ), Attleboro, 
Mass. 
Flora of currants. A pictorial represen- 
tation of the foliage and fruit. In de- 
tail the design consists of stems upon 
which are several leaves and clusters of 
mature fruit. (I 20119, Jan. 4, 1907. ) 

5799 
Flora of the orange tree. A pictorial 
representation of the foliage and fruit. 
In detail the design consists of stems, 
leaves, and three oranges. (120417, 
Jan. 4. 1907. ) 5800 

Flora of the strawberry plant. A picto- 
rial representation of the foliage and 
fruit. In detail it consists of a stem 
upon which are several leaves, flowers, 
and mature fruit. (I 2041 S. Jan 4. 
1907. 5801 

1 photo, each Jan. 4, 1907. 
Swenning ( Rebecca T. ), Los 
Angeles, Cal. 
Bunch of crimson poinsettias, leaves and 
buds. (I 20325, Dec. 21, 1906.) 5802 
Bunch of double roses, leaves and buds. 
(I 20324, Dec. 21, 1906.) 5803 

Spray of yellow California poppies, leaves 
and buds, with a spider web in the 
background having a spider suspended 
from said web and an insect caught in 
the web. ( I 20323, Dec. 21, 1906. ) 

5804 
Spray of wild roses, leaves and buds, 
with a spider web in the background 
having a spider suspended from said 
web and an insect caught in the web. 
(I 20326, Dec. 21 , 1906. ) 5805 

1 photo, each Dec. 21, 1906. 



Swift & co., Chicago, 111. 
Alice. Head and shoulders of figure of 
young woman. Three quarter view. 
Face turned toward right of picture, 
wearing large picture hat. 1 1 20520, 
-Jan. 18, 1907.) 5806 

Mabel. Head & shoulders of young 
woman with large flaring hat. Face 
front view with eves turned slightly to 
the right. (I 20522, Jan. 18. 19U7.') 

5807 

Maud. Head & shoulders of young 
woman. Hat contains large feathers 
above full pompadour hair. Face 
turned toward the left of picture. Head 
bending slightly forward. Drapery & 
dress very low in the neck. (I 20521, 
Jan. 18, 1907.) 5808 

1 photo, each Jan. 18, 1907. 

Tower (A. J.) company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Farmer (The.i . An old man coming dur- 
ing a rain shower, carrying a hoe in 
one hand and a basket in the other. 
(I 20459, Jan. 9, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 9, 
1907.) 5809 

United States playing card 
c< tmpany, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
Fancy dress card party. Illustrates in 
the foreground a table at which are 
seated two men and two women in fan- 
ciful costume, playingcards. Painting. 
(I 20258, Dec. 15, 1906: 1 photo. Dec. 
15, 1906. i 5810 

Literary card party. In the foreground, 
a table at which are seated two men 
and two women in conventional even- 
ing dress, playing cards. ( I 20497, Jan. 
14, 1907: 1 photo. Jan. 14, 1907. ) 5811 

Vereinigte kunstinstitute 
A. G. vorm. Otto 
Troitzsch, Berlin. 
Taking leave. A young officer in naval 
uniform taking leave of his sweetheart, 
whose sister is talking to her. i I 20509, 
Jan. 16, 1907.) 5812 

Praying Madonna. Figure of a Madonna 

in a blue dress with a white veil on her 

head holiing her hands on her breast. 

(120510, Jan. 16, 1907.) 5813 

1 photo, each Jan. 16, 1907. 

Wolcott (Harry M. i, Ruth- 
erford, X. J. 
Cotillion. Circular compo-ition of chil- 
dren dancing, enclosed in an oblong 25 
by 46 inches. The room in the fore- 
groun I contain.- >even couples or parts 
of couples visible. (I 20291, Dec. 17, 
1906: 1 photo. Dec. 17, 1906. 5814 



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Walter ( W i lliam George ) , 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

Pencil sketch of birds eye view of the 

H. J. Heinz co. manufacturing plant in 

Allegheny City, Pa. (I 20412, Jan. 2, 

1907; 1 photo. Jan. 2, 1907.) 5815 

Ward (B. E.), England. 
Beauty triumphant. In center foreground 
is young woman in dress of tiger skin 
and blue gauze, with right arm resting 
on head of tiger. (I 20317, Dec. 20, 
1906; 1 photo. Dec. 20, 1906.) 5816 

Weisgerber (Charles H.), 
Philadelphia, Pa, 
Group of wax statuary representing four 
individuals present at the making of 
the first American flag, to-wit: George 
Washington, Robert Morris, George 
Ross, and Betsy Ross; and showing an 
accurate representation of the actual 
room in w 7 hich the flag was made in 
1776. (120449, Jan. 8, 1907; 1 photo. 
Jan. 8, 1907.) 5817 

Wiechmann (M. H.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Sea lion. Represents a sea lion, basking 

on a shelving rock, as executed in 

bronze to be used as an ornament or 

paper weight. (I 20572, Jan. 18, 1907; 

" 1 photo. Jan. 18, 1907.) 5818 

Willet stained glass com- 
pany, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Lead kindly light. Design for a window 
representing a female figure walking on 
flowing grass. Flowering trees above. 
(I 20493, Jan. 12, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
12, 1907.) 5819 

Wilson (Frederick), Briar- 
cliff Manor, N. Y. 
Christ and the sparrow r . Drawing in 
black and white, showing full length 
standing figure of Christ, with dead 
sparrow in his hands, (t 20533, Jan. 
19, 1907.) 5820 



Wilson (Frederick), Briar- 
cliff Manor, N. Y. 
Resurrection morn. Seven panel draw- 
ing in black and white, showing the 
three Marys at the tomb. (I 20535, 
Jan. 19, 1907.) 5821 

St. John the Baptist. Drawing in black 
and white of full length figure of St. 
John the Baptist, with shell in left 
hand and staff resting against shoulder. 
(I 20534, Jan. 19, 1907.) 5822 

1 photo, each Jan. 19, 1907. 

Wright (May Eloise), Los 
Angeles, Cal. 
Illustration of the lazy man's desire. 
Represents a marshy pool. On the 
water are three pond lilly leaves, on 
two of which are perched a large frog 
each. (I 20463, Jan. 10, 1907; 1 photo. 
Jan. 10, 1907.) 5823 

Young (Anna Eliza), Ho- 
quiam, Wash. 
Copalis rock. Ocean scene consisting of 
five rocks, supposed to be located in 
the surf, with some accompanying wa- 
ter scenery. (I 20371, Dec. 28, 1906.) 

5824 

Good luck. Landscape view as seen 

through a horseshoe. Horseshoe is 

draped with timothy and four leaf 

clover. (I 20370, Dec. 28, 1906. ) 5825 

No danger. Dog house, some trees, a dog 
and a cat. The cat is up the tree on 
the right, looking down on the black 
and white dog. ( 1 20369, Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

5826 
1 photo, each Dec. 28, 1906. 
Zogbaum (Rufus Fairchild), 
New York, N. Y. 
Charge of the first Minnesota infantry at 
Gettysburg. Size of canvass: 6 feet 5 
inch by 8 ft. 2 inch. In the principal 
group the color bearer is shot by Con- 
federate officer and falls, but colors are 
caught bv color guard. (I 20423, Jan. 
5, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 5, 1907.) 5827 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 



505 



LIBEAEY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
51ST CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION, CHAP. 565, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 2 

Nos. 10-13 

IfrTAJRCH, 1907 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1907 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS: CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS: PHOTOGRAPHS: FINE ARTS 



CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS, 



AND PRINTS 



The Catalogue of Coypright Entries appears each week. As the issue of Fart 4 would necessitate the 
printing of a number of small alphabets for the different subject-matters contained in this Part — 
namely, Engravings, Cuts, Prints, Chromos, Lithographs. Photographs, and works of the Fine Arts- 
it has been suggested that to avoid the inconvenience of searching~such a number of small alphabets 
this Part of the Catalogue be made to include all the titles entered during each month instead of 
each week for Engravings. Cuts, Prints. Chromos, Lithograph*. Photographs, and works of the Fine 
Arts. Instead, therefore, of a possible examination of 52 indexes in the case of each subject-matter, 
it will now be necessary to examine only 12 indexes during the year. 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright bv American art news co., New York, N. Y. Class 
F, XXc. no. 48995, Dec. 31, 1906: 2 copies received 'Dec. 31, 1906." 



American art news company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Portrait of the Rev. W. Pennicott bv Sir 
Thomas Lawrence. (F 48995, Dec. 31, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 5828 

American-journal-examiner, 
Boston, Mass. 

First photograph of the Kingston ruins. 
(F 50153, Jan. 26, 1907.) 5829 

Harbor street, Kingston, showing earth- 
quake wreckage the dav after the dis- 
aster. (F 50151, Jan. 26, 1907.) 5830 

Only open street after quake in Kingston 
business centre; negro pillagers shown. 
(F 50150, Jan. 26, 1907.) 5831 

Scene in Port Royal street, Kingston, 
showing earthquake chaos. (F 50152, 
Jan. 26, 1907.) 5832 

Section of Church street, Kingston, after 
disaster, showing wreckage of the Cath- 
olic church. (F 50151, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

5833 

Wreck of Kingston's chief hotel and ruins 
of an open trolley car. (F 50155, Jan. 

26, 1907.) 5834 
Wrecked power house at Kingston and 

living rooms in open air. (F 50149, 
Jan. 26, 1907. ) 5835 

2 c. each Jan. 22, 1907. 

American-journal-examiner, 

New Y^ork, N. Y. 

Ah, her honorable name was Maud. Jan. 

27, 1907. (F 50200, Jan. 29, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 29, 1907.) 5836 



American-journal-examiner, 
Xew York, N. Y. 
Ah, yes! Her name was Maud. Jan. 20, 
1907. ( F 49861 . Jan. 21 , 1907 ; 2 c. Jan. 
21. 1907.) 5837 

And her grand old name was Maud. Feb. 
3, 1907. (F 50441, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907.) 5838 

Another Salome. ( F 50275, Feb. 1 , 1907 ; 
2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 5839 

Boo-o-o-o-o-o-o. Are vou scared? (F 
50203, Jan. 29, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1907. ) 

5840 

Boosters' club. For uncivil diplomats 
and little politicians. (F 50196, Jan. 
29, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1907.) 5841 

Bow wow. Feb. 10, 1907. ( F 50644, Feb. 
12, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1907.) 5842 

Bovs will be bo vs. ( F 50442, Feb. 4, 1907 ; 
2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 5843 

Braggo the monk. He can't keep from 
bragging. (F 50554, Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1907.) 5844 

He demonstrates that he really 

does cut some ice. (F 50148, Jan. 28, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 5845 

He discusses snow shoveling while 

his w^ife does the work. (F 50763, 
Feb. 16, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1907. ) 5846 

He does some fine carpenter work. 

(F 50627, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1907.) 5847 

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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Braggo the monk. He does some jug- 
gling. (F 50233, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1907.) 5848 

He doesn't have to make the 

kitchen fire. (F 50711, Feb. 14, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 14, 1907.) 5849 

He fixed the furnace. (F 50836, 

Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1907. ) 5850 

He joins a volunteer fire companv. 

(F 50874, Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1907.) 5851 

He laughs at his friends. (F 50926, 

Feb. 23, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907. ) 5852 

He said he would find the leak in 

the gas pipes. (F 50197, Jan. 29, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 29, 1907.) 5853 

He shows the voungsters. ( F 50497, 

Feb. 5, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1907.) 5854 

He undertakes to put, (F 50353, 

Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 5855 

What's the use of hiring a glazier. 

(F 49889, Jan. 22, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1907.) 5856 

But Tige, oh where was he? (F 50820, 
Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 5857 

Charity. (F 50641, Feb. 12, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 12, 1907. ) 5858 

Charlie and George. Jan. 27, 1907. (F 
50198, Jan. 29, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1907. ) 

5859 

Feb. 3, 1907. (F 50439, F«b. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 4, 1907. ) 5860 

Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50646, Feb. 12, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1907.) 5861 

Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50824, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 5862 

Comic valentine season is around again. 
(F 50745, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. Feb! 15, 
1907.) 5863 

Diary of Ananias. I see by the papers 
that Piatt, Depew, and Bailey have re- 
signed from the Senate. (F 50857, 
Feb. 20, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1907.) 

5864 

Dippy! (F 50443, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 
4, 1907.) 5865 

Do you know this face? (F 50712, Feb. 
14, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1907.) 5866 

E. Z. Mark makes angrv protest. (F 
50194, Jan. 29, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1907. ) 

5867 

Educated monk. (F 50019, Jan. 25, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 5868 

False alarm. (F 50225, Jan. 30, 1907; 

5869 



American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Fashion notes. The merchant tailors' 
mutual protective association. (F 
50626, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1907.) 5871 

Frozen in the dod gasted ice. Jan. 27, 



190 ) 



(F 50202, Jan. 29, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 



2 c. Jan. 30, 1907.) 

Farthest North and getting worse. (F 
50819, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1907.) 5870 



29,1907.) 5872 

Gentle sex. Hear about Brown? (F 
49950, Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 

5873 

Just wait till John comes home. 

(F 49868, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1907.) 5874 

Hall room bovs. It was a phonv camera. 
(F 50273, Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c." Feb. 1, 
1907.) 5875 

Of course G. Whatawad had to hap- 
pen along. (F 50223, Jan. 30, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 30, 1907.) 5876 

Scheme would have worked. (F 

50437, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

5877 

Their first appearance on the vaude- 
ville stage. (F 50855, Feb. 20, 1907: 
2 c. Feb. 20, 1907. ) 5878 

Their storv of suddenlv acquired 

wealth. (F 50042, Jan. 26," 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 26, 1907.) 5879 

Thev buy some roses. (F 50520, 

Feb. 6/ 1907; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1907. ) 5880 

They do it on $9.50 per. They at- 
tend a masquerade ball and meet some 
old friends. (F 50640, Feb. 12, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 12, 1907.) 5881 

Thev fail to see. ( F 50743, Feb. 15, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 5882 

Thev find that snow-shoeing is not 

so easy- (F 50558, Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1907. ) 5883 

Thev hear the opera. (F 49923, 

Jan. 23*, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 5884 

Thev try to bolster up their credit, 

(F 49866, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c, Jan. 21, 
1907.) 5885 

Thev try to make an impression on 

the new boarder. (F 50922, Feb. 23, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 5886 

They visit the dog show, and, of 

course, thev meet G. Whatawad. (F 
50825, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 

5887 

i Thev wanted to see Senator Ducats. 

(F 50145, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1907. ) 5888 

Happv Hooligan goes out into the cold 
world again! (F 50647, Feb. 12, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 12, 1907.) 5889 

Happv Hooligan is out again and Gus is 
in again. Feb. 3, 1907. (F 50440, Feb. 
4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 5890 



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163 



American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Happy Hooligan is out in the cold world 

again. Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50821, Feb. 

18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 5891 

He won't be happy till he gets 'em. (F 

50826, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907. ) 

5892 
Her busv day. (F 50765, Feb. 16, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 16, 1907. ) 5893 

Impressions of the Thaw trial. ( F 50592, 

Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 5894 
In the dod gasted frozen north. ( F 49863, 

Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 5895 
It was a cold day for Gloomv Gus. Jan. 

27, 1907. (F 00199, Jan. 29, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 29, 1907. ) 5896 

Jungle bowling club. (F 50045, Jan. 26, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 5897 

Jungle jester. What are you trying to 

do, Bill? (F 49892, Jan.*22, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 22, 1907.) 5898 

Jungle music master. (F 50920, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 5899 

Jungle novelist. (F 50276, Feb. 1, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 5900 

Just kids Are dey rich? (F 50500, Feb. 

5, 1907; 2 c. Feb." 5, 1907. ) 5901 
Dat coat's too big. (F 50559, Feb. 

8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 5902 
Don't be frightened, little bo v. (F 

50858, Feb 20, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 20,1907. ) 

5903 
For heayen's sake, ain't yer got no 

more sense. (F 50924,' Feb. 23, 1907; 



2 c. Feb. 23, 1907. ) 



5904 



I bet I kin eat more apples dan you. 

(F 50523, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 6, 
1907.) 5905 

Now, Harry, todeder and loud. (F 

50919, Feb. 23, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1907.) 5906 

Now remember. (F 50355, Feb. 2, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 5907 

Oh lady, would you mind if I 

brought my steady around. (F 50234, 
Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c.'Jan. 31, 1907.) 5908 

What are you grinning at° ( F 50555, 

Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 5909 

What yer lookin' in the etiquette 

book for," Liza. (F 49890, Jan. 22, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1907.) 5910 

Yer makes a fine looking horse Reg- 
gie. (F 50146, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 
28,1907.) 5911 

King's jester. Get busy, now. (F 50433, 
Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 5912 

Lad that loved a lady. Jan. 20, 1907. 
(F 49862, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1907.) 5913 



American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Lad that loved a lady. Jan. 27, 1907. 

(F 50201, Jan. 29, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 

1907.) 5914 
Feb. 3, 1907. ( F 50438, Feb. 4, 1 907 ; 

2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 5915 
Feb. 10, 1907. ( F 50645, Feb. 12, 

1907; 2 c. Fep. 12, 1907.) 5916 
Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50822, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) ' 5917 

Latest in lemons. (F 50016, Jan. 25, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 5918 

Little surprised party. (F 49865, Jan. 

21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 5919 

Man with a grouch. Ah, fiddle-sticks. 

(F 49924, Jan. 23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 

1907.) 5920 

Maud! Sure! Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50823, 

Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907. ) 5921 
Monopoly lodge entertainments. Five 

senses of the common people. (F 

50875, Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 

5922 
Happy Hooligan's dream. (F 50499, 

Feb. 5, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1907. ) 5923 
Salome, or What happened to John. 

(F 50018, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1907.) 5924 
Salomydora sextette. (F 50435, 

Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 5925 
See my Teddy bears. (F 50556, 

Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 5926 
Trusteroodle Kennel's entries. (F 

50658, Feb. 13, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1907. ) 

5927 
Mr. E. Z. Mark as a tester. (F 50521, 

Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1907.) 5928 
Mr. E. Z. Mark buys half interest. (F 

50856, Feb. 20, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1907. ) 

5929 
Mr. E. Z. Mark changes his mind. (F 

50591, Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 

5930 
Mr. E. Z. Mark enters 'politics. (F 50274, 

Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 5931 
Mr. E. Z. Mark furnishes the keys. (F 

50923, Feb. 23, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907. ) 

5932 
Mr. E. Z. Mark gets a fond embrace. (F 

50017, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907. ) 

5933 
Mr. E. Z. Mark has his pride aroused. 

(F 50434, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 

1907.) 5934 

Mr. E. Z. Mark is connected with the 
nobility. (F 50498, Feb. 5, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 5," 1907.) 5935 

Mr. E. Z. Mark joins a new atfociation 
(F 50557, Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1907.) 5936 



164 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



American-journal-examiner, 

New Nork, K. Y. 
Mr. E. Z. Mark receive.* conscience money. 
(F 50235, Jan. 31, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1907. ) 5937 

Mr. E. Z. Mark resents an imputation. 
(F 50561, Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1907. ) 5938 

Mr. E. Z. Mark rewards the finder. (F 

49948, Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 

5939 
Mr. E. Z. Mark takes a lesson in sleight of 

hand. (F 50043, Jan. 26, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 26, 1907. ) 5940 

New coins of the realm. ( F 50876, Feb. 

21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 5941 

'Nother pie dinner. (F 50921, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 5942 

Now, what d'ye think of that? It's fifteen 

miles. ( F 50657, Feb. 1 3, 1907 ; 2 c. Feb. 
13, 1907.) 5943 

Now, what d'ye think of that. Said Mr. 
Montmorency Binks: Methinks I hear a 
lynx, b' jinks. (F 50195, Jan. 29, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 29, 1907.) 5944 

Off to the provinces. (F 50354, Feb. 2, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 5945 

Our antedeluvian ancestors. The streets 
are pretty crowded, ain't thev? (F 
49891, Jan. 22, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 22,"l907.) 

5946 

Our Senatorial minstrels. Piatt and De- 
pew in their livelv song and dance. (F 
50224, Jan. 30, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 30, 1907. ) 

5947 

Senator Bailey case. With explanatory 
diagram. (F 49949, Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 24, 1907. ) 5948 

Senatorial minstrels. (F 50044, Jan. 26, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 5949 

Short history of the average Russian po- 
lice official. (F 50642, Feb. 12, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 12, 1907.) 5950 

Sorrows of Satan. He visits his friend 
Ryan. (F 50560, Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1907.) 5951 

Valentines. (F 50744, Feb. 15, 1907: 2 c. 
Feb. 15, 1907. ) 5952 

Washington's birthdav. 1907. (F 50925, 
Feb. 23, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 5953 

What goes on at the North Pole. (F 
50643, Feb. 12, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1907. ) 

5954 

What ho! 'Tis Baron Doodlespeck. Jan. 
20, 1907. (F 49864, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 21, 1907.) 5955 

When papa comes home on the Erie. 
(F 50835, Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1907.) 5956 



American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
When Washington goes drv. (F 50827, 
Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 

5957 

Will the day ever come? Oh, happv 

day! (F 50764, Feb. 16, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 

16,1907.) 5958 

Wouldn't it make a Monte Cristo mad? 
(F 50713, Feb. 14, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1907.) 5959 

i Wouldn't it make a scarecrow mad. (F 
50522, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1907.) 

5960 

Wouldn't it make you mad? After you 

had gone to the rescue. ( F 49925, Jan. 

23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 5961 

American steel plate engrav- 
ing companv, New York, 
| N. Y. 

Facing the enemy. (F 50392, Feb. 4, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 5962 

Anderson publishing com- 
pany, New York, 
N. Y. 
i Ain't babies rough. (F 49874, Jan. 16, 
1907.) 5963 

Alwavs leave them smiling when you sav 
goodbye. (F 49873, Jan. 16, 1907.) 

5964 

Between one and two in the morning. 

(F 49875, Jan. 16, 1907.) 5965 

Can't get away to marry vou to-day, me 

ma won't let me. (F 49880, Jan. 16, 

1907.) 5966 

I ain't going to eat no worms. (F 49877, 

Jan. 16, 1907.) 5967 

j Life sentence. (F 49876, Jan. 16, 1907.) 

5968 

Nice gift for a man. (F 49881, Jan. 16, 

1907. ) 5969 

I Oh look who's here. (F 49872, Jan. 16, 

1907.) 5970 

Phonetic method — kist with the t. (F 

49882, Jan. 16, 1907.) 5971 

i Willie's nightmare. (F 49878, Jan. 16, 

1907.) 5972 

2 c. each Jan. 21, 1907. 

Art and color company, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Buffalo. 64. (F 49914, Dec. 29, 1906.) 

5973 
New York. 62. ( F 49916, Dec. 29, 1907. ) 

5974 

Philadelpha. 61. (F 49915, Dec. 29, 

1906.) 5975 

Pittsburg. 63. (F 49913, Dec. 29, 1906.) 

5976 
2 c. each Dec. 29, 1906. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND FEINTS 



165 



Barrie (George) & sons, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Aspasia. After the painting by Henry 

Holiday. (F 50722, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 15, 1907.) 5977 

Atrium of a Roman palatial home. From 

a water color by M. Hoffbauer, after a 

restoration bv Paul Benard. (F 49975, 

Jan. 25, 1907"; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 5978 
Beautiful maidens presented to the Span- I 

iards. Reproduced from the Lienzo de ! 

Tlaxcala. (F 50010, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 25, 1907.) 5979 

Charles II and Lady Castlemaine, Duchess 

of Cleveland. After the painting by : 

W. P. Frith, R. A. (F 49992, Jan. 25, [ 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 5980 

Chief vestal. After the painting by Henri J 

P. Motte. (F 50721, Feb. 15, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 5981 

Christ and the daughter of Jairus. After | 

the painting bv Albert Keller. (F 

49989, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907. ) 

5982 
Circe. After the painting by Henri P. 

Motte. (F 50720, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 15, 1907. ) 5983 

Cleopatra. After the painting by Alex- j 

dre Cabanel. (F 50003, Jan. 25, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 5984 

Cornelia, wife of Gracchus. After the j 

painting by R. Sorbi. (F 50726, Feb. | 

15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 5985 

Convert. After the painting by G. R. C. ] 

Boulanger. (F 49993, Jan. 25, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 25, 1907. ) 5986 

Degeneration and regeneration. After 

the painting bv Jan Styka. (F 50002, I 

Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 5987 
Domestic interior in France. 12th cen- ! 

tury. From a water-color by S. Baron 

after a description bv Viollet-le-Duc. 

(F 49979, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, : ; 

1907.) 5988 

Edith finding the body of Harold. After i 

the painting by Francois Schommer. 

(F 49986, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1907.) 5989 I 

Egyptian Saint Mary. After the paint- i 

ing by R. H. Ravaut. (F 49995, Jan. 

25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 5990 

Emma carrying her lover. After the 

painting bv G. L. P. Saint- Ange. (F ! 

49981, Jan.* 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907. ) 

5991 
Fredegond watching the marriage of 
Chilperic and Galswintha. After the I 
painting by L. Alma-Tadema. (F 

49982, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 

5992 

Ghawazi. After the painting by C. L. 

Muller. (F 49991, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 25, 1907. ) 5993 



Barrie (George) & Sons, 
Philadelphia, Pa, 

Grecian toilette. From an antique vase. 
(F 50005, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1907.) 5994 

Hetaerae. After the painting by M. F. H. 
Lucas. (F 50000, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 25, 1907.) 5995 

Home of a rich Athenian woman. From 
a water-color by M. Sabatier, after a 
restoration by P. Benard. (F 50004, 
Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 5996 

Honi soit qui mal y pense. After the 
painting by A. Chevalier Tayler. (F 
49985, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 

5997 

Huemac II meets Xochitl. After the 
painting by I. Obregon. (F 50001, Jan. 
25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 5998 

Interior court of a zenana. From an 
Indo-Persian painting. (F 49977, Jan. 
25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 5999 

Jeanne Hachette defending Beauvais. 
After the painting by D. U. N. Mail- 
lart. ( F 49980, Jan. 25, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 
25, 1907.) 6000 

Leading away the bride. After the 
painting by Adolph Hirschl. (F 
50723, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 

6001 

Legend of the roses. After the painting 
by J. Nogales. ( F 49987, Jan. 25, 1907 ; 
2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6002 

Marguerite d'Angouleme, queen of Na- 
varre, reading the Heptameron to her 
brother, Francis I. After the painting 
by Leon Olivie. (F 49984, Jan. 25, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6003 

Marguerite of Yalois at the coronation of 
Marie de Medici. After a portion of 
the painting by P. P. Rubens. (F 
49978, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907. ) 

6004 

Maria Padilla. After the painting by 
Paul Gervais. (F 49998, Jan. 25. 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6005 

Mutes. After the painting by P. L. Bou- 
chard. (F 49997, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 25, 1907.) 6006 

New woman in Rome. After the paint- 
ing bv G. R. C. Boulanger. (F 49994, 
Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6007 

Phryne. After the painting bv Henry T. 
Siemiradskv. (F 50719, Feb. 15, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 6008 

Princess Clemence and the ambassadors 
of Louis le Hutin. After the painting 
by L. F. F. Dupont, (F 19996, Jan. 25, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6009 

Private chapel of Catherine de Medici. 
After an enamel in the Clunv museum. 
(F 49976, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1907.) 6010 



166 



CATALOGUE OF COPY EIGHT ENTRIES 



Barrie (George) & sons, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Kebekah and Isaac' s agent, Eliezer. After 
the painting bv A. Cabanel. ( F 49988, 
Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907. ) 

6011 

Right of the seignior. After the painting 

bv Jules Gamier. (F 49983, Jan. 25, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6012 

Roman banquet. After the painting bv 
Albert Baur. (F 50724, Feb. 15, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 6013 

Sacrifice to Venus. After the painting 
bv P. J. Jamin. (F 49999, Jan. 25, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6014 

Sappho in her school of poetry in Lesbos. 
After the painting by Hector Leroux. 
(F 50718, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1907.) 6015 

Teutonic alliance. After the painting by 
Ferdinand Leeke. (F 49990, Jan. 25, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6016 

Tullia, daughter of Servius. After the 
painting by E. Hildebrand. (F 50725, 
Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 6017 

Book news monthly, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Seesaw (The). (F 49887, Jan. 22, 1907; : 
2 c. Jan. 22, 1907.) 6018 

Bowles (Joseph B.), Chica- 

go, in. 

Adventures of Peck's bad bov. Bad boy 
gets a big rat, (F 49936, Jan. 14, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 6019 

Bad bov gets the wrong tooth pulled. (F 
50549. Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 

6020 

Cousin Cynthy gets even. (F 50671, Feb. | 
13, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1907.) 6021 

Peck family have a taffy pulling. (F 
49935, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1907.) 6022 

Pa going to the Eagles' ball. (F 49769, 
Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 6023 

Bragg (Robert E.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Greater Washington hatchet. (F 46032, 
Oct. 3, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 6024 

Brown (D. D.) drug com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Little Brownie. (F 48446, Dec. 21, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 21, 1906.) 6025 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 
Minn. 
American girl. 2*bv3^. (F 50781, Feb. ': 
18, 1907.) 6026 

8 bv 12. (F 50780, Feb. 18, 1907. ) 

6027 



Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Anxious, moment. 5 by 4. (F 50775, Feb. 
18, 1907.) 6028 

i Autumn sunset. U- by 6. (F 50793, Feb. 
18, 1907.) 6029 

Blossoms. 2£by3. (F 50791, Feb. 18, 
1907.) 6030 

Catch. 2i by 3. (F 50801, Feb. 18, 
1907.) 6031 

1 Central park. 6 by 8. (F 50789, Feb. 
18, 1907. ) 6032 

! Chauffeur. 2$ by 3. (F 50787, Feb. 18, 
1907.) • 6033 

Christmastide. 2\ by 3. (F 50799, Feb. 

18, 1907. ) 6034 

Dan. 2by2f. (F 50797, Feb. 18, 1907.) 

6035 
| English girl. 3 by 3*. (F 50783, Feb. 

18, 1907.) 6036 

8 bv 12. (F 50782, Feb. 18, 1907.) 

6037 
First lesson. 2 by 2f. (F 50774, Feb. 

18, 1907.) 6038 

Irish girl. 2\ by 3*. (F 50779, Feb. 18, 

1907. ) 6039 

8 bv 12. (F 50778, Feb. 18, 1907.) 

6040 
Madelaine. 2 by 2f. (F 50800, Feb. 18, 

1907.) 6041 

Maple leaf girl. 6 bv 13. (F 50792, Feb. 

18, 1907.) 6042 

Matinee girl. 2\ bv 3. (F 50798, Feb. 

18, 1907.) 6043 

On the Rhine. 3f by 3. (F 50803, Feb. 

18, 1907.) 6044 

Scotch girl. 2\ by %\. (F 50777, Feb. 

18, 1907.) 6045 

8 bv 13. (F 50776, Feb. 18, 1907.) 

6046 
Sheltered. 4* by 6. (F 50788, Feb. 18, 

1907.) 6047 

Sleighing. 21 bv 3. (F 50784, Feb. 18, 

1907.) 6048 

Society girl. 2\ by 3. ( F 50796, Feb. 18, 

1907. ) 6049 

6h bv 13. (F 50795, Feb. 18, 1907. ) 

6050 
Sundown. 5 bv 4. (F 50804, Feb. 18, 

1907.) 6051 

Tuning up. 6 by 8. (F 50790, Feb. 18, 

1907.) 6052 

Waiting. 2h by 3. (F 50785, Feb. 18, 

1907.) 6053 

Washington (General) at Yorktown. 2 

by 2|. (F 50794, Feb. 18, 1907.) 6054 
Will he come. 2h by 3. (F 50786, Feb. 

18,1907.) 6055 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



167 



Brown <fc Bigelpw, St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Winter sport. 2% by 3. (F 50802, Feb. 
18, 1907.) 6056 

2 c. each Feb. 18, 1907. 

Carroll (J. B.), Oak Park, 111. 
American girl. (F 50139, Jan. 28, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 6057 

Daisv. (F 50136, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 
28^ 1907. ) 6058 

Dorothy. (F 50407. Feb. 4, 1907: 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907.) 6059 

Teasing. (F 50137, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 28, 1907. ) 6060 

Village maid. (F 50138, Jan. 28, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 6061 

Carstens (J. Carter), St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Knowledge is your shield. (F 50941, 
Feb. 2, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1906. ) 6062 
Clark (C. M.) publishing 
company, Boston, Mass. 
Asis. (F 50390; Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 
4, 1907.) 6063 

Clayton (Thomas W.J, Spo- 
kane. Wash. 
Emblematic card, Order of Eagles. (F 
49931, Jan. 23, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907. ) 

6064 

Conklin (Day id Bruce), 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

If her husband knew. (F 50228, Jan. 

31, 1907.) 6065 

If his wife knew. (F 50229, Jan. 31, 1907. ) 

6066 
2 c. each Jan. 31, 1907. 

Cook (Harry T.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Sailor's dream. (F 49530, Jan. 9, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 9, 1907. ) 6067 

Coolidge (Cassius M.), Xew 

York. N. Y. 

Bold bluff. (F 50266, Feb. 1, 1907. ) 

6068 
Waterloo. (F 50267, Feb. 1, 1907.) 

6069 
2 c. each Feb. 1, 1907. 

Crall (Leander Ff. ), Xew 
York, N. Y. 
Asfordby pedigree issued in 1562. (F 
50501, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1907.) 

6070 
Cusick (Davis E. ), Dan- 
ville, 111. 
Speaker Cannon & his residence. (F 
49904, Jan. 21, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 9. 1907.) 

6071 
Davis (J.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
Along the canal. ( F 49841, Jan. 21, 1907. ) 

6072 

American beautv. (F 49796, Jan. 21, 

1907.) 6073 



Davis ( J.) , Philadelphia, Pa- 
American products. (F 49845, Jan. 21, 
1907.) 6074 

Anxious to please. (F 49834, Jan. 21, 
1907. ) 6075 

Appreciative customer. (F 49827, Jan. 
•21,1907.) 6076 

At the helm. (F 49790, Jan 21, 1907.) 

6077 

Beauties of the laundrv. (F 49833, Jan. 

21, 1907.) 6078 

Captain's pet. (F 49805, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6079 
Comrades. (F 49848, Jan. 21, 1907. ) 6080 
Cool retreat. (F 49816, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6081 

i Dorothy. (F 49797, Jan. 21, 1907. ) 6082 

Edna. " (F 49812, Jan. 21, 1907.) 6083 

Favorite. (F 49819, Jan. 21, 1907. ) 6084 

Feeding the lambs. (F 49842, Jan. 21, 

1907.) 6085 

Follow the leader. (F 49809, Jan. 21, 

1907.) 6086 

; Future ham-lets. (F 49836, Jan. 21, 

1907.) 6087 

Gertrude. (F 49793. Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6088 

Glad to meet you. (F 49821, Jan. 21, 

1907.) 6089 

Good beefers. (F 49815, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6090 
Good friends. (F 49847, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6091 
Good morning. (F 49799, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6092 
| Grazing. (F 49837, Jan. 21, 1907. ) 6093 
Harvesting. ( F 49828, Jan. 21, 1907. ) 

6094 
Hello. (F 49802, Jan. 21, 1907.) 6095 
Her mascot. (F 49787, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6096 
Home comforts. (F 49795, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6097 
In the pasture. ( F 49844, Jan. 21 , 1907. ) 

6098 

King of the forest. (F 49798, Jan. 21, 

1907. ) 6099 

Life's pleasures. (F 49824, Jan. 21, 1907. ) 

6100 
Looking for game. (F 49788, Jan. 21, 
1907.) 6101 

Mail orders. (F 49839, Jan. 21 , 1907. ) 

6102 

Mamma's little tootsiewootsie. (F 49800, 

Jan. 21,1907.) 6103 

Mid winter charms. (F 49825, Jan. 21, 

1907.) 6104 

Morning ran. (F 49818, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6105 



168 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Davis (J.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mother and son. (F 49850, Jan. 21, 
1907.) 6108 

Mutual helpers. (F 49831, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6107 

Old canal. (F 49804, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6108 

Our best friend. (F 49811, Jan. 21, 1907. ) 

6109 

Paddle your own canoe. (F 49789, Jan. 
21, 1907.) ' 6110 

President' s home, Oyster Bay. ( F 49846, 
Jan. 21, 1907.) 6111 

Proud of his products. (F 49830, Jan. 

21, 1907.) 6112 

Eeady for a canter. (F 49822, Jan. 21, 

1907.) 6113 

Read v for a canter. ( Color ) ( F 49791 , 

Jan. 21, 1907.) 6114 

Readv for the market, (F 49814, Jan. 

21, 1907.) 6115 

Ready to serve. ( F 49803, Jan. 21, 1907. ) 

6118 
Receiving orders. (F 49801, Jan. 21, 
1907.) 6117 

Recreation. (F 49817, Jan. 21, 1907. ) 

6118 
Recreation. (F 49835, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6119 
Refreshments. (F 49826, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6120 
Reliable. (F 49794, Jan. 21, 1907.) 6121 

Robbing the male. (F 49829, Jan. 21, 

1907.) 6122 

Sportsman's delight, (F 49813, Jan. 21, 

1907.) 6123 

Sweet Marie. (F 49843, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6124 

This pig went to market. ( F 49823, Jan. 

21, 1907.) 6125 

Thoroughbreds. ( F 49806, Jan. 21, 1907. ) 

6126 

To Cupid's rescue. (F 49807, Jan. 21, 

1907.) 6127 

Trustworthy. (F 49792, Jan. 21,1907.) 

6128 
Trvsting place. (F 49810, Jan. 21. 1907. ) 

6129 
Up to date. (F 49849, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6130 
Very fine. (F 49840, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6131 

Weighing the babv. (F 49808, Jan. 21, 

1907.) 8132 

Well matched. (F 49832, Jan. 21, 1907. ) 

6133 
Who's there? (F 49838, Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6134 
Wonder where Lily is? (F 49820, Jan. 
21, 1907.) 6135 

2 c. each Jan. 21, 1907. 



Decker, (W. S.), Plainfieid, 
N. J. 
Irish flag and harp. (F 50052, Jan. 26, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 6136 

Doherty (Mrs. Lillian Cook), 
Washington, D. C. 
Reading. (F 49464, Jan. 9, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 22, 1907.) 6137 

Doty (James M.), Kibbie, 
Mich. 
Christ's bodv, the church, house of God. 
(F 46525, Oct. 20, 1906.) 6138 

City of confusion, sect Babylon, carnal 
religions. (F 46526, Oct. 20, 1906.) 

6139 
2 c. each Jan. 10, 1907. 

Drexelius (H. C), Coving- 
ton, Kv. 
And her name was Mud. (F 50649, Feb. 
11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 6140 

Eastman (A. H.), Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Piano duets. (F 50597, Feb. 11, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 6141 

Eckert (Thomas T.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Estimated electoral vote of November 
1864 made by President Lincoln Octo- 
ber 13. (F 50502, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 6, 1907.) 6142 

Egelhof (F. L.), Dubuque, 
Iowa. 
Hotel Julien, Dubuque, Iowa. (F 50142, 
Jan. 28, 1907.) 6143 

Masonic Temple, Dubuque, Iowa. (F 
50141, Jan. 28, 1907.) 6144 

St. Joseph's academy, Dubuque, Iowa. 
(F 50140, Jan. 23, 1907. ) 6145 

2 c. each Feb. 7, 1907. 

Ewart (Wm. Earl), Topeka, 
Kans. 
Hamline universitv, St, Paul, Minn. 142. 
(F 50033, Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1907.) 6148 

Northwest Missouri normal school, Mary- 
ville,Mo. 148. (F 50397, Feb. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 4, 1907. ) 6147 

Oskaloosa high school, Oskaloosa, Iowa, 
147. (F 50034, Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 
17, 1907.) 6148 

Rose polytechnic institute, Terre Haute, 
Ind. 149. (F 50398, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907.) 6149 

Tulane university of Louisiana, New Or- 
leans, La. 143. (F 50035, Jan. 17, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1907.) 6150 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



169 



Fairclough ( Wm . Arthur ) , 
Gardner. Mass. 
Church of the Holv Rosary, Gardner, 
Mass. (F 50654, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 2, 1907.) 6151 

Franklin (John H. ), Omaha, 
Nebr. 
Bryan (William Jennings). The great 
commoner. (F 49246, Jan. 2, 1907; lc. 
Oct. 20, 1906; 1 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 6152 

Franklin company, Chicago, 

111. 

Be the judge. (F 50239, Jan. 31, 1907.) 

6153 

Bv starting right. (F 50238, Jan. 31, 
1907.) 6154 

Get in front. (F 50241, Jan. 31, 1907.) 

6155 
Good catch. (F 50237, Jan. 31, 1907.) 

6156 
Reach out. (F 50236, Jan. 31, 1907.) 

6157 
Up in the air. (F 50240, Jan. 31, 1907. ) 

6158 
2 c. each Jan. 31, 1907. 

Frink of Boston, Boston, 
Mass. 

Chips do more good in the fire than on 
men's shoulders. (F 50545, Feb. 7, 
1907.) 6159 

It was a great come-down for the pro- 
fessor when the balloon burst. (F 
50544, Feb. 7, 1907.) 6160 

It's a poor man who hasn't his own 
troubles — forget yours. (F 50546, Feb. 

7, 1907.) 6161 
Midsummer night's dream. (F 50541, 

Feb. 7, 1907. ) 6162 

There's always something coming for the 
man with the pay day gait, ( F 50542, 
Feb. 7, 1907.) 6163 

Trust in God and keep vour powder dry. | 
(F 50543, Feb. 7, 1907. ) 6184 

2 c. each Feb. 7, 1907. 

Garden (James), Tincup, 
Colo. 
Match scratched. (F 50729, Jan. 28, 
1907.) 6165 

Striking chauffeur. (F 50730, Jan. 28, 
1907.) 6166 

2 c. each Jan. 28, 1907. 

Grubbe (Emil H.), Chicago, 

111. 

X-rays, before and after. (F 47938, Dec. 

8, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 8167 

Hardy (William F.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Book-plate of William F. Hardy, U. S. A. 
(F 50598, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1907.) 6168 



Hart, Schaffner & Marx, 

Chicago, 111. 

Afternoon in July. (F 50366, Feb. 4, 

1907.) - 6189 

Architect's office. (F 50381, Feb. 4, 

1907.) 6170 

Artist at work. (F 50383, Feb. 4, 1907.) 

6171 

At the haberdashers. ( F 50385, Feb. 4, 

1907.) 6172 

Banker's daughter. (F 50367, Feb. 4, 

1907.) 6173 

Between the acts. (F 50379, Feb. 4, 

1907.) 6174 

Bridle path. (F 50372. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

6175 
British museum . ( F 50386, Feb. 4, 1907. ) 

6176 
Day in May. (F 50362, Feb. 4, 1907.) 

6177 
Dictation. (F 50384, Feb. 4. 1907. ) 6178 
Fishing tackle. (F 50373, Feb. 4, 1907.) 

6179 
Grant's tomb. (F 50375, Feb. 4, 1907.) 

6180 
Haryard club. (F 50378. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

6181 

In the machine shop. ( F 50382, Feb. 4, 

1907.) 6182 

Keeping score. (F 50371, Feb. 4, 1907.) 

6183 
Kitchen table. (F 50363, Feb. 4, 1907.) 

6184 

Letter from home. (F 50365, Feb. 4, 

1907.) 6185 

Mingling with Nature. (F 50374, Feb. 4, 

1907.) 6188 

On the board walk. (F 50380, Feb. 4, 

1907.) 6187 

On the steps. ( F 50376, Feb. 4, 1907. ) 

6188 
On the veranda. (F 50368, Feb. 4, 1907. ) 

6189 

Story of the rain coat. (F 50364, Feb. 4, 

1907.) 6190 

Stroll in Central park. (F 50377, Feb. 4, 

1907.) 6191 

Two sons. (F 50370, Feb. 4, 1907. ) 6192 

When Greek meets Greek. (F 50369, 
Feb. 4, 1907.) 6193 

2 c. each Feb. 4, 1907. 

Harvey (Fred), Kansas Citv, 
Mo. 
Corner (A) in the Indian building. Al- 
buquerque, X. M. 9990. (F 50851, 
Feb. 20, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1907.) 

8194 

Corner of dining room, Hotel El Tovar, 

Grand Canyon, Arizona. 9923. (F 

50518, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1907.) 

6195 



170 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Harvey ( Fred ) , Kansas Citv, 

Mo. 

Entrance to Navajo blanket collection, 

Indian bids., Albuquerque, N. M. 

9901. (F 50512, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 6, 1907. ) 6196 

Group of Navajos, Albuquerque, N. M. 

7945. (F 50506, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 6, 1907.) 6197 

Hopi house, Grand Canyon, Arizona. 

8798. (F 50426, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 

4, 1907.) 6198 

Hopi house, Grand Canyon, Arizona. 

8798. (F 50511, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 

6,1907.) 6199 

Hotel El Tovar, Grand Canyon, Arizona. 

8797. (F 50510, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 

6, 1907.) 6200 

Hotel El Tovar, Grand Can von, Arizona. : 

8797. (F 50425, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. ! 

4, 1907.) 6201 

Indian & Mexican bldg., Albuquerque, 

N. M. 7946. (F 50507, Feb. 6, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 6, 1907. ) 6202 

Indian and Mexican building, Albu- 
querque, N. M. 7946. (F 50424, Feb. 

4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6203 

Indian b'ldg., Albuquerque, N. M. 9902, 

9903, 9904. (F 50513-50515, Feb. 6, 

1907; 2 c. each Feb. 6, 1907.) 6204 
9921. (F 50516, Feb. 6, 1907: 2 c. 

Feb. 6, 1907. ) 6205 

Ladies' lounging room, Hotel El Tovar, 

Grand Canyon, Arizona. 9924. (F 

50519, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1907.) 

6206 
Looking toward old blanket room, Indian 

building, Albuquerque, N. M. 9991. 

(F 50852, Feb. 20, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 20, 

1907.) 6207 

Navajo mother and- child weaving. In- 
dian bldg. Albuquerque, N. M. 7994. 

(F 50509, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 6, 

1907. ) 6208 

North wing, hotel El Tovar, Grand Can- 
yon, Arizona, 9925. ( F 50427, Feb. 4. 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6209 

Old Mexican carreta, Albuquerque Indian 

building. 10918. (F 50428, Feb. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6210 

Private dining room, Hotel El Tovar, 

Grand Canvon, Arizona. 9922. (F 

50517, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1907.) i 

6211 
Tsonsi-Pah. Navajo weaver, aged six ; 

years. Indian b'ldg. Alouquerque, ! 

N. M. 7992. (F 50508, Feb. 6, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 6, 1907.) 6212 

Hazen (J. E. ) , Topeka, 
Kans. 
Panama canal. Uncle Sam's favorite 

son. (F 50547, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

28, 1907.) 6213 



Heal (W. S.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Faint heart, (F 50538, Feb. 7, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 7, 1907.) 6214 

Friday. (F 50842, Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 19, 1907.) 8215 

Girl with the peek-a-boo waist, ( F 50572, 
Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c, Feb. 9, 1907.) 6216 

Here's to the bride. (F 50537, Feb. 7. 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 7„1907.) 6217 

Home sweet home. (F 50880, Feb. 21. 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 6218 

I love you. (F 50536, Feb. 7, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 7, 1907.) 6219 

I'm on the water wagon now. (F 50577, 

Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6220 
Jumbo & Monk. (F 50534, Feb. 7, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 7, 1907.) 6221 

Love at first sight. (F 50533, Feb. 7, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1907.) 6222 

Love will find a way. (F 50879, Feb. 21, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 6223 

Man who is worried and blue. (F 50575, 

Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6224 
Monday. (F 50838, Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 19, 1907.) 6225 

My wife won't let me. (F 50573, Feb. 9, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6226 

Not vet but soon. (F 50878, Feb. 21, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 6227 

Saturday. (F 50843, Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 19, 1907.) 6228 

So doth the little busy bee. (F 50881, 

Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 

6229 
Some say bears do not scratch. ( F 50877, 

Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 

6230 
Sunday. (F 50837, Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb." 19, 1907.) 6231 

Thursday. (F 50841, Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 19, 1907. ) 6232 

To my wife. (F 50574, Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 9, 1907.) 6233 

What love will do. (F 50576, Feb. 9, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6234 

Tuesday. (F 50839, Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 19, 1907. ) 6235 

Wednesday. (F 50840, Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 19, 1907.) 6236 

Woman's weapons. (F 49712, Jan. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 6237 

You can expect me soon. (F 50535, Feb. 
7, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1907.) 6238 

Henrich (H. C), Chicago, 
111. 
Money in mv pocket. ( F 49768, Dec. 14, 
1906: 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 6239 



171 



Hickok (Albert E..), New 
^ork, N. Y. 
Example in division. (F 50529, Feb. 1, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 6240 

Hill (R.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

Antotaph, 1-8. (F 498 3-49900, Jan. 

22, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1907.) 6241 

Doctor (The). F 4993:}, Jan. 24, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 31, 1907. ) 6242 
Good morning. (F 49942, Jan. 24, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 24; 1907. ) 6243 

Good night. (F 49944, Jan. 24, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 24, 1907. ) 6244 

How-d'e-do? (F 49946. Jan. 24, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 6245 

I feel so bad. (F 49945, Jan. 24, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 24, 1907. ) 6246 

Just a little shy. ( F 49943, Jan. 24, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 24, 1907. ) 6247 

Trne love never runs smooth. (F 49941, 

Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907. ) 6248 

Hirshfield (Eli A.), Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 
Whazzer mazzer with the monument. 
(F 50316, Feb. 2. 1907; 2 c. Oct. 27, 
1906.) 6249 

Holmes manufacturing com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Girl with the dog. (F 50569, Feb. 9, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6250 

Holston national bank, 
Knoxviile, Tenn. 
Holston treaty. (F 50652, Feb. 13, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 13, 1907.) 6251 

Hulsizer company, Des 
Moines, Iowa. 
We're open for business. (F 50272, Feb. 
1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 6252 

Inland press, New York, 
X. Y. 
Fast mail. (F 49742, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 7, 1907.) 6253 

Life is hell if von can't take it easy. (F 
49528, Jan. 12, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 12,"l907.) 

6254 

Well, what are you grinning at. (F 

50315, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 

6255 
International text-book com- 
pany, Scranton, Pa. 
International correspondence schools, 
Scranton, Pa. 463. Practice sheet 101. 
(F 49974, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1907.) 6256 

464. Masonry and timber. (F 

50527, Feb. 7, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1907.) 

6257 

465. Structural standards. (F 50528, 

Feb. 7, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1907.) 6258 



Jansson (A. L. ) ^Yest Somer- 

ville, Mass. 

Ye chimnev-sweepe. (F 50345, Feb. 2, 

1907.) 6259 

Ye cunstable. (F 50351, Feb. 2, 1907.) 

6260 
Ye dressmaker. ( F 50339, Feb. 2, 1907. ) 

6261 
Ye ferrymaid. (F 50341, Feb. 2, 1907.) 

6262 
Ye goose-maid. (F 50352. Feb. 2, 1907.) 

6263 
Ye miller. (F 50338, Feb. 2, 1907.) 

6264 
Ye pedagogue. (F 50344, Feb. 2, 1907.) 

6265 
Ye pyrate. (F 50342, Feb. 2, 1907. ) 

6266 
Ye quack. (F 50348, Feb. 2, 1907. ) 

6267 
Ye selectman. (F 50349, Feb. 2, 1907.) 

6268 
Ye shepherdess. ( F 50343, Feb. 2, 1907. ) 

6269 
Ye slave. ( F 50347, Feb. 2, 1907. ) 6270 
Ye spynnstere. (F 50346, Feb. 2, 1907.) 

6271 
Ye stocks. (F 50350, Feb. 2, 1907.) 

6272 
Ye witch finder. (F 50340, Feb. 2, 1907. ) 

6273 
2 c. each Feb. 2, 1907. 

Jens (F. E.), Milwaukee, Wis. 
Dragon fly. (F 50653, Feb. 13, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 13, 1907. ) 6274 

Jewelers' circular publishing 

company, New York, 

N. Y, 

Odalisk. (F 50290, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 2, 1907.) 6275 

Jones (George Ripley), Brook- 
line, Mass. 
Powers (The) that rule. (F 44522, Aug. 
8, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907.) 6276 

Kaufman publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Eternal answer. (F 50650. Feb. 1, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 6277 

Keely & Hockey, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Little widow is a dangerous thing. (F 
49757, Jan. 19, 1907. ) 6278 

Skidoo's no longer 23 for it's now 37. 
(F 49758, Jan. 19, 1907.) 6279 

2 c. each Jan. 28, 1907. 

Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York, X. Y. 

His station — and four aces. (F 49553, 

Jan. 12, 1907. ) 6280 

Love in the jungle. (F 49550, Jan. 12, 

1907.) 6281 



172 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York, N. Y. 
Only five minutes walk to the station. 
(F 49552, Jan. 12, 1907.) 6282 

Whew! (F 49551, Jan. 12, 1907.) 6283 
2 c. each Jan. 28, 1907. 

Kimball (W. V\ T .) company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Home pleasures. (F 49766, Jan. 21, 1907; 
2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 6284 

Kingsley ( Geo. S.), Chicago, 
111. 
Practical farm barn. (F 50027, Jan. 26, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1907.) 6285 

Knight (Thomas A.) & co., 

Lexington, Ky. 

Moko. (F 49703, Dec. 24, 1906; 1 c. Dec. 

24, 1906. ) 6286 

My old Kentucky home. (F 49704, Dec. 

23, 1906; 1 c. Dec. 24, 1906; 1 c. Jan. 17, 

1907.) 6287 

Koehler (Joseph), New 
York. N. Y. 
Waiting at the church. (F 49740, Jan. 
14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1907.) 6288 

Leszynsky (Arlita), New 
York; N. Y. 
What she got waiting at the church. (F 
47981, Dec. 10, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1907.) 6289 

Leusch (George), Michigan 
City, Inch 
Country village. Birds eye view. (F 
50655, Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 

6290 

Levy & damage, Denver, 
Colo. 
Consumer gets his. (F 49759, Jan. 19, 
1907; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 6291 

Life publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Power of the press. (F 50449, Feb. 5, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1907.) 6292 

Livingston (Arthur), New 

York, N. Y. 

Actor (The). 1139. (F 48597, Dec. 27, 

1906. ) 6293 

Athletic woman. 1137. (F 48595, Dec. 

27, 1906.) 6294 

Automobile fiend. 1140. ( F 48598, Dec. 



27, 1906.) 






6295 


Boozer (The). 

1906. ) 
Bowler (The). 

1906. ) 


1143. 

1131. 


(F 48601, 

(F 48589, 


Dec. 27, 
6296 

Dec. 27, 
6297 


Doctor (The). 

1906. ) 
Lemon (The). 

1906. ) 


1141. 

1132. 


( F 48599, 
(F 48590, 


Dec. 27, 
6298 

Dec. 27, 
6299 



Livingston (Arthur), New 

York, N. Y. 

Manicurist (The). 1128. (F. 485S6, 

Dec. 27, 1906.) 6300 

Masher (The). 1138. (F 48596, Dec. 27, 

1906. ) 6301 

Old maid. 1135. (F 48593, Dec. 27, 
1906.) 6302 

Overdressed woman (The). 1133. (F 

48591, Dec. 27, 1906. ) 6303 

Sales lady. 1134/ (F 48592, Dec, 27, 

1906. ) 6304 

School teacher. 1128. (F 48587, Dec. 27, 

1906.) 6305 

Smoker (The). 1136. (F 48594, Dec. 27, 

1906.) 6306 

Sport (The). (F 48588, Dec. 27, 1906.) 

6307 
Typewriter (The). 1142. (F48600, Dec. 

"27, 1906.) 6308 

1 c. each Dec. 27, 1906; 1 c. each 
Jan. 8, 1907. 

Long (Daniel B.), Buffalo, 
N. Y. 
Carnations and panel. Large, wide. 
(F 49937, Jan. 17, 1907; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1907; 1 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) (Newed.) 

6309 

Small, wide. (F 49934, Dec. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1907.) 6310 

Lounsbury (Fred C), Plain- 
field, N. J. 
An^el at tomb. (F 50053, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

6311 

Choir bovs singing. (F 50054, Jan. 26, 

1907.) " 6312 

Easter girl with flowers. (F 50055. Jan. 

26, 1907.) 6313 

Easter girl with praver book. (F 50056, 
Jan. 26, 1907. ) 6314 

2 c. each Jan. 26, 1907. 

Maas (William J.), Chicago, 
111. 
Western argument. (F 50231, Jan. 31, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907. 6315 

McClure (Robert Lee), Lex- 
ington, Kv. 
Youthful trainer. (F 49917, Jan. 14, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 6316 

McDougall ( Walt) , Absecon, 

N. J. 

Mr. Makepeace. For a minute he is 

really charmed. (F 49860, Jan. 21, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 6317 

Mr. Makepeace. He arrives just in the 

nick of time. (F 49858, Jan. 21, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 6318 

Mr. Makepeace. Fie gets blown off. (F 

49859, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907. ) 

6319 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



173 



McDougall (Walt), Absecon, 

N. J. 

Mr. Makepeace. He gets needlessly 

alarmed. (F 49852, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 21, 1907.) 6320 

Mr. Makepeace. . He happens upon a 

real quarrel at last. (F 49857, Jan. 21, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 6321 

Mr. Makepeace. He makes a hasty exit. 

(F 50318, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 

1907.) 6322 

Mr. Makepeace. He really makes the 

train. (F 50319, Feb. 2. 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 2, 1907.) 6323 

Mr. Makepeace. He tries to cure a case 

of stammering. (F 49856, Jan. 21, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 21, 1907. ) 6324 

1 Mr. Makepeace. He tries to do good. ( F 

49853, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907. ) 

6325 

Mr. Makepeace. His misdirected kind- 
ness only hurts him. ( F 49855, Jan. 21, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 6326 

Luck of Ivanovich. It's almost too good. 
(F 49854, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1907.) 6327 

Mr. Makepeace. Too near the monkey 

cage. ( F 50317, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 

{ 2, 1907.) 6328 

Macoy publishing and Ma- 
sonic supply company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Masonic-record-certificate. ( F 50226, Dec. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Oct, 23, 1906.) 6329 

Mariner ( Geo. E. ) , La Crosse, 

Wis. 

Lake Como Hokah, Minn. (F 50050, Jan. 

26, 1907.) 6330 

Mississippi river, La Crosse, Wis. (F 

50049, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 6331 

Oehler's cave, La Crosse, Wis. (F 50048, 

Jan. 26, 1907. ) 6332 

Oehler' s creek, La Crosse, Wis. ( F 50046, 

Jan. 26, 1907.) 6333 

Oehler's mill dam, La Crosse, Wis. (F 
50047, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 6334 

Smith's Coulee, La Crosse, Wis. (F 
50051, Jan. 26, 1907.) 6335 

2 c. each Jan. 26, 1907. 

Mason & Hanson, New York, 
N. Y. 
One of the old school. (F 47773, Dec. 1, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 1, 1906.) 6336 

Meredith (George M.), Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Jamestown lilly or Jamestown weed. 
(F 50227, Jan. 22, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1907.) 6337 



Michel (George A.), Balti- 
more, Md. 
Posure. (F 49905, Jan. 23, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 23, 1907.) 6338 

Miller (R. Ambrose), New 
York, N. Y. 
Metropolitan life insurance building, 
Madison square, New York city. (F 
50747, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 6,'l907.) 

6339 
Minnich (Ira), Wichita, 
Kans. 
First house in Wichita. (F 49932, Jan. 
10, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1907.) 6340 

Mitchell (Jno. J. ) company, 

New York, N. Y. 

American fashions. Supplement, The 

Sartorial art journal, February, 1907. 

A. B. and C. (F 50304-50306,' Feb. 2, 

1907; 2 c. each Feb. 20, 1907.) 6341 

Moffat, Yard & co., New- 
York, N. Y. 
Lemon (The). (F 50526, Feb. 7, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 7, 1907.) 6342 

Man (The) of sorrows. (F 50748, Feb. 
16, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 6343 

Muirhead (Lewis P.), Attin, 
British Columbia. 
Placer mountain, Yukon Territory. (F 
44829, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. May 31, 
1906. ) 6344 

Nachmias (Raphael M.), 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Two and a lobster. Find the lobster. 
(F 50391, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 
1907.) 6345 

New York evening telegram 
(New York herald com- 
pany). Jersey Citv, 
' N. J. 
Book taught Bilkins. Feb. 20, 1967. (F 

50872, Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 

1907.) 6346 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. Jan. 19, 

1907. (F 49871, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 21, 1907.) 6347 
Jan. 24, 1907. (F 50020, Jan. 25, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6348 
Jan. 26, 1907. (F 50143, Jan. 28, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 6349 
Jan. 31. 1907. (F 50289, Feb. 1, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 6350 
Feb. 2, 1907. (F 50430, Feb. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6351 
Feb. 7, 1907. (F 50589, Feb. 9, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6352 
Feb. 9, 1907. (F 50629, Feb. 11, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 6353 
Feb. 14, 1907. (F 50742, Feb. 15, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 6354 



174 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



New York evening telegram 
(New York herald com- 
pany), Jersey Citv, 
" N. J.' 
Dream of the rarebit fiend. Feb. 16, 1907. 
(F 50830, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1907. ) 6355 

Feb. 21, 1907. (F 50939, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 6356 

Epitaphs for live ones. E. H. Harriman. 

(F 50429, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 

1907.) 6357 

James Bryce. (F 50937, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 6358 

Monkey shines of Marseleen. Feb. 1, 
1907/ (F 50431, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 
4, 1907.) 6359 

Feb. 6, 1907. (F 50531, Feb. 7, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1907.) 6360 

Feb. 15, 1907. (F 50829, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6361 

Pa Puddinhead. Jan. 18, 1907. (F 49870, 
Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 

6382 

Jan. 23, 1907. (F 49972, Jan. 24, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907. ) 6363 

Jan. 25, 1907. (F 50144, Jan. 28, 



1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 



6364 



Jan. 30, 1907. (F 50288, Feb. 1, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 6365 
Feb. 8, 1907. (F 50590, Feb. 9, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6366 
Feb. 13, 1907. (F 50741, Feb. 15, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 6367 
Feb. 22. 1907. (F 50938, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 6368 

Pilgrim's progress. Jan. 22, 1907. (F 

49926, Jan. 22, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907. ) 

6369 
Jan. 29, 1907. (F 50222, Jan. 30, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1907. ) 6370 
Feb. 5, 1907. (F 50530, Feb. 7. 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 7, 1907.) 6371 
Feb. 12, 1907. (F 50670, Feb. 13, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1907.) 6372 
Feb. 19, 1907. (F 50853, Feb. 20, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1907.) 6373 

Ventriloquial vag. Jan. 21, 1907. (F 

49888, Jan. 22, 1707; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1907.) 

6374 
Jan. 28, 1907. (F 50204, Jan. 29, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1907.) 6375 
Feb. 4, 1907. (F 50524, Feb. 6, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1907.) 6376 
Feb. 11, 1907. (F 50648, Feb. 12, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1907.) 6377 
Feb. 18, 1907. (F 50854, Feb. 20, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1907.) 6378 
What we want is a picture of the 

Thaw trial. (F 50221, Jan. 30, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 30, 1907.) 6379 



New York herald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Adventures of lovely Lillv. Jan. 20, 
1907. (F 50022, Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 19, 1907.) 6380 

Jan. 27, 1907. (F 50021, Jan. 25, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6381 

All that remains of King street. (F 

49955, Jan. 24, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 24. 1907. ) 

6382 

Arrival of Rear Admiral Davis' ships. ( F 

49960, Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 

6383 

Brick buildings suffered most. ( F 49965, 

Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 6384 

Buster Brown. Jan. 27, 1907. (F 49588, 

Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6385 

Feb. 3. 1907. (F 50278, Feb. 1, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 6386 

Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50283, Feb. 1, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6387 

Feb. 24, 1907. (F 50669, Feb. 13, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6388 

Carrying away the wounded. (F 49958, 
Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 6389 

Fluffy ruffles. Feb. 3, 1907. (F 50277, 
Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 6390 

Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50532, Feb. 7, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9,. 1907.) 6391 

Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50660, Feb. 13, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6392 

Feb. 24, 1907. (F 50873, Feb. 21, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 6393 

Hamburg American docks. (F 49963, 
Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 6394 

Harbor street, (F 49969, Jan. 24, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 24, 1907. ) 6395 

Little Nemo in Slumberland, Jan. 27, 

1907. (F 49589, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 25, 1907.) 6396 
Feb. 3, 1907. (F 50279, Feb. 1, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 1, 1907. ) 6397 
Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50284, Feb. 1, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6398 

Feb. 24, 1907. (F 50668, Feb. 13, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6399 

Little Sammy Sneeze. Jan. 27, 1907. (F 

49591, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 

6400 
Feb. 3, 1907. (F 50281, Feb. 1, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 6401 
Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50286, Feb. 1, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6402 
Feb. 24, 1907. (F 50667, Feb. 13, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6403 
Myrtle Bank hotel. (F 49961, Jan. 24, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 6404 

Natives among the ruins. (F 49956, Jan. 
24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 6405 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



175 



New York herald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Post office. (F 49962, Jan. 24, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 24, 1907. ) 6406 

Prinz Waldemar ashore near the wrecked 
Prinzessin Victoria Luise. (F 49967, I 
Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907. ) 6407 

Refugees in camp. (F 49964, Jan. 24, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 6408 

Removing bodies. F 49954, Jan. 24, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 24, 1907. ) 6409 

Ruins in Orange street, ( F 49953, Jan. 
24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 6410 : 

Ruins of Kino- street residences. (F 
49971, Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907. ) 

6411 
S. D. A. mission. ( F 49951 . Jan. 24, 1907; j 



2 c. Jan. 24, 190/ 



6412 



Searching the ruins. (F 49957, Jan. 24, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 6413 

Showing how buildings left standing, are 
damaged by earthquake. (F 49952, 
Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 8414 

Terrors of the tint tads. Jan. 27, 1907. 
(F 49592, Jan. 14, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1907.) 6415 

Feb. 3, 1907. (F 50282. Feb. 1, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 6418 

Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50287, Feb. 1, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6417 

Feb. 24, 1907. (F 50665, Feb. 13, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6418 

U. S. S. Missouri. Palisadoes in back- 
ground. (F 49966, Jan. 24. 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 24, 1907.) 6419 

View from the bay of Kingston in ruins 
and burning after the earthquake. ( F 
49968, Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 

6420 

West tower of the Constant Spring hotel. 
(F 49959, Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1907. ) 6421 

What is left of the Roman Catholic 
church in Duke street. (F 49970, Jan. 
24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 6422 

Wish twins and Aladdin's lamp. Jan. 
27, 1907. (F 49590, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 25, 1907. ) 6423 

Feb. 3, 1907. (F 50280, Feb. 1, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 6424 

Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50285, Feb. 1, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6425 

Feb. 24, 1907. (F 50666, Feb. 13, 

1907; 2 c. Feb 18, 1907.) 6426 

New York times, New York, 
N. Y. 
Arly in life he showed traits that marked 
him for a diplomatic career. ( F 50334, 
Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 6427 
3595— pt 4, xos 10-13—07 2 



New York times, New York, 
N. Y. 
Dhrink? said Mr. Flennessv, I'm against 
it. (F 50124, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 
28, 1907.) 6428 

I can't get annvthing sthronger without 
desertin'. (F 50127, Jan. 28. 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 6429 

Impending trouble on Mount Olvmpus. 

(F 50126, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1907.) 6430 

In Paris doolin' in th' parks has become 

unsafe. 1. (F 50751, Feb. 16, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 16, 1907.) 6431 

Ladies' comitv wint down to Wash'nton. 

(F 50125, Jan. 28. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1907.) 6432 

Man iv iron, cold an' hard. (F 50336, 

Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 6433 
Memoranda on the opera. Feb. 3, 1907. 

(F 50432, Feb. 4. 1907; 2 c. Feb. 5, 

1907.) 6434 

Mr. Doolev and Mr. Hennessy on their 

wav to work. 3. (F 50753, Feb. 16, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1907.) 6435 

Pro-fissor Mudsre solves th' problem. 2. 

(F 50752, Feb. 16, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 16, 

1907.) 6436 

Sir Aleck writes an effusive dispatch. 

(F 50333, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 

1907.) 6437 

Some impressions of the passing show. 

Jan. 20. 1907. (F 49869, Jan. 21, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 22, 1907.) 6438 
Jan. 27, 1907. ( F 50205, Jan. 29, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 6439 
Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50628, Feb. 11, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1907 J 6440 

Th' Santos-Dumont flyin' machine laid 

an egg. 4. (F 50754, Feb. 16, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 16, 1907.) 6441 

Ye knightlv hospitality of Sir Arthur. 

(F 50335," Feb. 2. 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 

1907. ) 6442 

Nevvcomb (Theo. ), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Broadway. Union square, south 14th 
street. University place. (F 50326, 
Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907. ) 6443 

Delmonico's. 5th avenue looking south 
from 45th street. Sherry's. ( F 5032 1 , 
Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 6444 

Herald square looking north. (F 50330, 
Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 6445 

Herald square looking south from 36th 
street. (F 50325, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 2, 1907.) 6446 

Madison square looking north from Ful- 
ler b'ldg. (F 50328, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 2, 1907.) 6447 



176 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Newcomb (Theo.), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Madison square looking south from 
Brunswick b'ldg. (F 50329, Feb. 2, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 6448 

Misty night on Broadway looking south 
from 42nd st. (F 50505, Feb. 6, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 6, 1907. ) 6449 

Night in New York. (F 50503, Feb. 6, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1907.) 6450 

Part of sky line. From East river bridge 
tower. (F 50324, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 2, 1907.) 6451 

Sky line from North river. (F 50323, 
Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 6452 
Times square looking north from Times 
b'ldg. (F 50332, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 2, 1907. ) 6453 

Waldorf-Astoria hotel. 5th ave. & 34th 
st. (F 50504, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 6, 
1907.) 6454 

6th avenue looking north from 42nd 
street. (F 50322, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 2, 1907. ) 6455 

23rd street at Broadway & Fifth ave. (F 
50327, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 

6456 
42nd street looking west from near 6th 
avenue. (F 50331, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 2, 1907.) 6457 

Newman (Clara V.), Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Norfolk, Va., Mav to December, 1907. 
(F 50637, Feb. 12, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1907.) 6458 

North American company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Little Growling Bird in Windego land. 
Jan. 20, 1907. ( F 49851, Jan. 21, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 6459 

Jan. 27, 1907. (F 50121, Jan. 26, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 8460 

Feb. 3, 1 907. ( F 50320, Feb. 2, 1907 ; 

2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 6461 

Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50618, Feb. 11, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1907.) 6462 

Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50805, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6463 

Osborne company, New 
York, N. Y. 
There! little girl, don't cry! 4 by 6£. 
(F 50553, Feb. 8, 1907. ) ' 6464 

. 2 by 2f. (F 50552, Feb. 8, 1907. ) 

646S 
2 c. each Feb. 8, 1907. 

Ottenheimer (T. M.), Balti- 
more, Md. 
They got out an extra for me. ( F 47650, 
Nov. 27, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1907. ) 6466 
Parker (Geo. W. ), Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
Buffalo hunter. (F 50690, Feb. 14, 1907. ) 

6467 



Parker (Geo. W. ), Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
Cowboy. (F 50689, Feb. 14, 1907. ) 6468 

Rough rider. (F 50691, Feb. 14, 1907.) 

6469 
Warrior. ( F 50692, Feb. 14, 1907. ) 6470 
2 c. each Feb. 14, 1907. 

Parker (Geo. W.) art com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Automobile girl. (F 50703, Feb. 14, 
1907.) 6471 

Chrysanthemum girl. (F 50706, Feb. 14, 
1907.) 6472 

Coquette. (F 50709, Feb. 14, 1907. ) 6473 
Dutch girl. (F 50694, Feb. 14, 1907.) 

6474 
Egyptian girl. (F 50698, Feb. 14, 1907. ) 

6475 
English girl. (F 50693, Feb. 14, 1907. ) 

6476 
Girl with veil. (F 50704, Feb. 14, 1907.) 

6477 
Jap girl. ( F 50695, Feb. 14, 1907. ) 6478 
Jeanette. (F 50701, Feb. 14,1907.) 6479 
Jennie. ( F 50702, Feb. 14, 1907. ) 6480 
Lucy. (F 50699, Feb. 14, 1907. ) 6431 
Matinee girl. (F 50707, Feb. 14, 1907.) 

6482 
Maud. ( F 50700, Feb. 14, 1907. ) 6483 
Parisian hat. (F 50710, Feb. 14, 1907.) 

6484 
Rose girl. (F 50705, Feb. 14, 1907.) 

6485 
Spanish girl. (F 50696, Feb. 14, 1907.) 

6486 
Surprise. (F 50708, Feb. 14, 1907.) 

6487 
Swiss girl. (F 50697, Feb. 14, 1907. ) 

6488 
2 c. each Feb. 14, 1907. 

Patterson, Gibbs company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Always in it. (F 50111, Jan. 26, 1907.) 

6489 
An interesting tale. (F 50118, Jan. 26, 
1907.) 6490 

Attention. (F 50104, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

6491 

Barrels of money. (F 50066, Jan. 26, 

1907. ) 6492 

Be happy. (F 50105, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

6493 

Be on guard. ( F 50117, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

6494 

Bear in mind. (F 50082, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

6495 

Beware. (F 50084, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 6496 

Danger. (F 50064, Jan. 26, 1907.) 6497 

Do you see. ( F 50080, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

6498 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND FEINTS 



177 



Patterson, Gibbs company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Don't be careless. (F 50109, Jan. 26, 

1907. 6499 

Don't monkev. (F 50077, Jan. 26, 1907.) 

6500 
Easv catch. (F 50073, Jan. 26, 1907.) 

6501 
Face to face. (F 50083, Jan. 26, 1907.) 

6502 

Figure it out for yourself. (F 50110, 

Jan. 26, 1907.) 6503 

Figure it up. (F 50078, Jan. 26, 1907.) 

6504 
Good crop. (F 50063, Jan. 26, 1907.) 

6505 
Good understanding. (F 50081, Jan. 26, 
1907.) 6506 

Great expectations. (F 50093, Jan. 26, 
1907.) 6507 

Great hit. (F 50108, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 6508 
Great news. (F 50100, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

6509 
Hard to overcome. (F 50076, Jan. 26, 
1907.) 6510 

Have a look. (F 50062, Jan. 26, 1907.) j 

6511 
Hurry up. (F 50061, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 6512 
Just a moment. (F 50095, Jan. 26, 1907.) i 

6513 
Keep a record (F 50058, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

6514 
Keep on hand. (F 50085, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

6515 
Let's talk it over. (F 50090, Jan. 26, | 

1907.) 6516 

Listen to me. (F 50087, Jan. 26, 1907.) 

6517 
Little shepherdess. (F 50074, Jan. 26, ; 

1907.) 6518 

Look closelv. (F 50079, Jan. 26, 1907.) ! 

6519 
Make a deposit. (F 50103, Jan. 23, 1907.) | 

6520 
Money has wings. (F 50112, Jan. 26, ' 
1907.) 6521 ' 

More money in business. (F 50060, Jan. \ 

26, 1907.) 6522 

Music in the air. (F 50067, Jan. 26, 1907.) ! 

6523 I 
Gn the spot. ( F 50097, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

6524 [ 
One good turn deserves another. (F 

50114; Jan. 26, 1907.) 6525 

Our argument. (F 50115, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

6526 ! 
Perfect jewels. ( F 50091 , Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

6527 
Plums for everybody. ( F 50068, Jan. 26, 

1907.) 6528 

Pointer. (F 50113, Jan. 26, 1907.) 6529 
Preparing for a harvest, (F 50086, Jan. i 

26, 1907.) 6530 



Patterson, Gibbs company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Put this in vour pipe and smoke it. (F 

50069, Jan 26, 1907. ) 6531 

Reward. (F 50120, Jan. 26, 1907.) 6532 
Save the pennies and the dollars will 

take care of themselves. (F 50102, 

Jan. 26, 1907.) 6533 

Sign of prosperity. (F 50071, Jan. 26, 

1907. ) 6534 

Something for her. (F 50075, Jan. 26, 

1907.) 6535 

Special. (F 50072, Jan. 26, 1907.) 6536 
Take care. (F 50099, Jan. 26, 1907.) 

6537 
Throw a little light. (F 50059, Jan. 26, 

1907.) 6538 

Tie a knot in it. (F 50116, Jan. 26, 1907.) 

6539 
We always lead. (F 50089, Jan. 26, 

1907.) 6540 

We protect your interests. (F 50096, 

Jan. 26, 190*7. ) 6541 

World of profit. (F 50065, Jan. 26, 

1907.) 6542 

Worth crowing about. (F 50092, Jan. 

26, 1907.) 6543 

Worth holding. (F 50098, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

6544 
You can gather in the dollars. (F 50070, 

Jan. 26, 1907.) 6545 

You can make more money. ( F 50088, 

Jan. 26, 1907.) 6546 

You'll be interested. (F 50094, Jan. 26, 

1907.) 6547 

You'll want a share. (F 50107, Jan. 26, 

1907.) 6548 

Young hopes. (F 50101, Jan. 26, 1907.) 

6549 
Your attention a moment, (F 50119, 

Jan. 26, 1907.) 6550 

Your opportunity. (F 50106, Jan. 26, 

1907.) 6551 

2 c. each Jan. 26, 1907. 

Pennsylvania academy of the 
fine arts, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Furness (Horace Howard). (F 49886, 
Jan. 22, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1907.) 

6552 

Perkins ( Albert Kellogg) , sir., 
Oswego, N. Y. 
Six brothers. (F 50230, Jan. 31, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 6553 

Perkins (H. H.), Williams- 
burg, Ky. 
Central drug company, Jellico, Tenn. ( F 

50888, Feb. 21, 1907.) 6554 
Corbin, Ky. (Birds-eye view of.) (F 

50889, Feb. 21, 1907.)* 6555 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Perkins (H. H. ) Williams- 
burg, Ky. 
First national bank, Jellico, Tenn. (F 

50883, Feb. 21, 1907.) 6556 

Glanmorgan hotel, Jellico, Tenn. (F 

50885, Feb. 21, 1907.) 6557 

Main street, Corbin, Ky. Looking south. 

(F 50887, Feb. 21, 1907.) 6558 

Main street, Jellico, Tfmn. Sectional 

view. (F 50886, Feb. 21, 1907.) 6559 
New roundhouse, Corbin, Ky. ( F 50884, 

Feb. 21, 1907.) 6560 

Smith dry goods company's, inc., new 

large department store, Jellico, Tenn. 

(F 50890, Feb. 21, 1907.) 6561 

2 c. each Feb. 21, 1907. 

Perret (Frank A.), New 

York, Y. Y. 

Vesuvius. Eruption of April, 1906. A 

great avalanche of hot ashes near ob- 

. servatory, April 13. (F 50294, Feb. 2, 

1907.) ' 8562 

As seen from the observatorv, 

April 15. (F 50296, Feb. 2, 1907.) 

6563 

■ As seen from the observatory. April 

16. (F 50298, Feb. 2, 1907.) ' 6564 
As seen from the observatory at sun- 
set. April 14. (F 50295. Feb. 2, 1907. ) 

6565 

Commencement of high pressure 

period. April 5. (F 50292, Feb. 2, 
1907.) 6586 

Culmination of high pressure period. 

April 7. (F 50293, Feb. 2, 1907.) 6567 
■ Earlv phase as seen from Naples. 

(F 50291, Feb. 2, 1907.) 6568 
Emission of ashes and sand. April 

16. (F 50297, Feb. 2, 1907.) 6569 

2 c. each Feb. 2, 1907. 

Photogravure and color corn- 
pan v, New York, N. Y. 
Blessing. ( F 49668, Jan. 15, 1907. ) 6570 

Cup of tea, please. (F 49669, Jan. 15, 
1907.) 6571 

1 c. each Jan. 15, 1907; 1 c. each Jan. 
24, 1907. 

Plant (P. J.), Washington, 

D. C. 

Fortune teller. 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 

139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 

147, 148, 149. ( F 50480-50495, Feb. 5, 

1907; 2 c. each Feb. 5, 1907.) 6572 

Press publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Mr. & Mrs. Pinch. (F 49739, Jan. 17, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 8,1907.) 6573 



Quinby (F. J.) company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Every day a handsome and gallant officer 

would come in search of Euphrasie. 

(F 50260, Feb. 1, 1907.) 6574 

Her maid came running. (F 50258, Feb. 

1,1907.) 6575 

Immediately people approached . and 

pressed around Picotin. (F 50262, 

Feb. 1, 1907.) 6576 

Prosper repulsed him so vigorously that 

be rolled in the middle of the gutter. 

(F 50257, Feb. 1, 1907.) "" 6577 

Prosper set out at three and at ten he 

arrived at Melun. (F 50259, Feb. 1, 

1907.) 6578 

You can't see any longer there, mother, 

you wiil ruin your eyes. (F 50261, 

Feb. 1, 1907.) ' 6579 

2 c. each Feb. 1, 1907. 

Rauch (.James G. ), Slating- 

ton, Pa. 

Bittner house. (F 50651, Feb. 12, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6580 

Lehigh Gap. (F 47548, Nov. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Nov. 28. 1906.) 6581 

Reese & Read, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 
Battle of Fort Sanders, Knoxville, Tenn., 
Nov. 29, 1863, ( F 50057, Jan. 26, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 6582 

Richards (P.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Patsy Bolivar. Tenders the audience 
some valuable hints. (F 50445, Feb. 
5, 1907.) 6583 

Patsy Bolivar's conception of the music 
titles of some of the latest song hits. I 
(F 50029, Jan. 26, 1907. ) " 6584 

2 c. each Feb. 1, 1907. 

Robbins (Harry T. ), Boston, 

Mass. 

Erin go bragh. Ireland forever. 1. 2. 

(F 50570-50571, Feb. 9, 1907; 2 e, Feb. 

9, 1907.) 6585 

Your luck's in your hand. (F 49706, 

Jan. 9, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 6586 

Rose companv, Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Daisies. (F 50735, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 6, 1907.) 6587 

Evervbody skates but mother. (F 

50749, Feb. 15, 1907; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1907; 

1 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 6588 
For-get-me-nots. (F 50732, Feb. 15, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 6, 1907. ) 6589 
Held (Anna). (F 50268, Feb. 1, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 1, 1907. ) 6590 

Lillies of the valley. (F 50731, Feb. 15, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1907.) 6591 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



179 



Rose company, Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Modjeska (Helena). (F 50270, Feb. 1, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 6592 

Moving tail. (F 50271, Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 1, 1907.) 6593 

Pa skates on Saturday nights. (F 50750, 



Feb. 15, 1907; 1 


c. Feb. 1, 1907; 1 c. 


Feb. 15, 1907.) 


6594 


Pansies. (F 50734, 


Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. 


Feb. 6, 1907.) 


6595 


Poppies. (F 50736, 


Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. 


• Feb. 6, 1907.) 


6596 


Robson (Eleanor) 


(F 50269, Feb. 1, 



1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 6597 

Roses. (F 50733, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 

6, 1907.) 6598 

Violets. (F 50738, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 6, 1907. ) 6599 

Wild roses.. (F 50737, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. 

6600 



Feb. 6, 1907. ) 



Rosebery (W. G.), West 
Somerville, Mass. 
Success from the start. ( F 50393, Feb. 
4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6601 

Russell (C. W.j , Burlington, 
Iowa. 
Sewerage disposal system. (F 50525, 
Sept. 18, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 20, 1906.) 

6602 

Schwarz (Otto), Chicago, 

111. 

Always business before pleasure, dear. 

(F 50249, Jan. 31, 1907.) 6603 

Blessed be the tie that binds. (F 50232, 

Jan. 31, 1907.) 6604 

Cheer up, the wurst is yet to come. (F 

50245, Jan. 31, 1907.) 6605 
Good shot. (F 50248, Jan. 31, 1907. ) 

6606 
Halloo central. I think this is the wrong 
number. (F 50253, Jan. 31, 1907. ) 

6607 

Hope you'll be back soon. (F 50247, 

Jan. 31, 1907.) 6608 

I discovered a very lovely view here. (F 

50246, Jan. 31, 1907.) 6609 
I have something sweet to tell you. (F 

50252, Jan. 31/1907.) 6610 

I was very much tickled. (F 50244, Jan. 
31,1907.) 6611 

If only school was over. (F 50251, Jan. 
31,1907.) 6612 

Let me see you smile, dear. (F 50242, 
Jan. 31, 1907.) 6613 

Let us unite and be merry. (F 50255, 
Jan. 31, 1907.) 6614 

Just arrived. 3 cheers for my father- 
land. (F 50254, Jan. 31, 1907.) 6615 



Schwarz (Otto), Chicago, 
111. 
Sad case, wonder who's it is. (F 
50250, Jan. 31, 1907.) 6616 

You and I, by and by. (F 50243, Jan. 
31, 1907.) 6617 

' 2 c. each Feb. 9, 1907. 

Sheahan (Maurice T. ), 

Brookline, Mass. 

And whiskey did it. ( F 50566, Feb. 9, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) ' 6618 

Busy (A) time for the storks. (F 49911, 

Jan. 23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 

6619 
Drop (A) of ink makes millions think. 

(F 50563, Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 

1907.) 6620 

Friendship like the i vy . (F 50562, Feb. 

9, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6621 

Get a go on. (F 50567, Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 9, 1907.) 6622 

Get acquainted w r ith yourself. ( F 50565, 

Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6623 

God bless you. (F 50299, Feb. 2, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 2, 1907. ) 6624 

God keep you. (F 50300, Feb. 2, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 6625 

He who fills to the brim. (F 50031, Jan. 

26, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 6626 

Home is best. (F 49906, Jan. 23, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 6627 

I mustn't miss that bargain sale. (F 

50301, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 

6628 
Konsider the posting stamp. (F 49910, 

Jan. 23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907. ) 6629 
Ladder has two ends. ( F 50030, Jan. 26, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 6630 

Lest we forget. (F 50564, Feb. 9, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6631 

Many are called. (F 49912, Jan. 23, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 23, 1907. ) 6633 

Nobody cares for me. (F 49909, Jan. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 6633 

Success don't konsist. ( F 49907, Jan. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 6654 

Trip, trip through the daisies. ( F 49908, 

Jan. 23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 6655 
Up the stairs. (F 49646, Jan. 15, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 15, 1907.) 6636 

Simplicity company, Chicago, 
111. 
I am feeling better now. ( F 50891, Feb. 
21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 6637 

Smith (John F. W.), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Dog gone outrage. (F 49786, Jan. 21, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1907.) 6638 



180 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Smith (John F. VV.), Brook* 

lvn, N. Y. 

Flatiron bldg of Chinatown. (F 49785, 

Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1907.) 6639 
Going down, going up. (F 48355, Dec. 

19, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.)- 6640 
I have a kick coming. (F 48356, Dec. 

19, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6641 

I will take the train. (F 49781, Jan. 21, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1907.) 6642 

Jess goin round a buttin'. (F 48354, 

Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6643 
Latest non-refillable bottle. (F 49782, 

Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1907. ) 6644 
Lemon, was 23. (F 49780, Jan. 21, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 29, 1907. ) 6645 

Monkey wrench at the monkey house. 

(F 49778, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 

1907.) 6646 

Sorrv I missed you. (F 49783, Jan. 21 , 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1907.) 6647 

Talk about monkev house, can yon beat 

this? (F 49784, Jan. 21. 1907;* 2 c. Jan. 

29, 1907.) 6648 

Waiting at the church. (F 48357, Dec. 

19, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6649 

You look awful good to father. ( F 49779, 

Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1907. ) 6650 

Sparrell art company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Lion in love. (F 47974, Dec. 6,1906. ) 

6651 
Off Boston light. ( F 47976, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 

6652 
Returning fishermen. (F 47977, Dec. 6, 
1906.) 6653 

Sphinx, 1906. ( F 47978, Dec. 6, 1906. ) 

6654 



2 c. each Feb 



1907. 



Sparrell print, Boston, Mass. 
Miss Simplicity. (F 50656, Feb. 11, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 2, 1907. ) 6655 

Springfield (W. H.), Hig- 
gins, Tex. 
I am building in the Panhandle. (F 
50766, Feb. 18, 1907; 1 c. Feb. 4, 1907; 
1 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6656 

Stokes (Frederick A.) com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Big gaunt American and slim Latin 
reeled through the cafe. (F 50396, 
Feb. 4, 1907.) 6657 

I am, you will remember, an adventurer. 
(F 50395, Feb. 4, 1907.) 6658 

They were met by the flash of a volley. 
F 50394, Feb. 4, 1907.) 6669 

2 c. each Feb. 4, 1907. 



Strode (Amos M.), Mullan, 
Idaho. 
Morning mine, Mullan, Idaho. Looking 
south. (F 50444, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 30, 1907.) 6660 

Sunset post card and novelty 
companv, New York, N. Y. 
St. Patrick's 'day greeting. (F 50550, 
Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 6661 

Taber- Prang art company, 

Springfield, Mass. 

Away from college walls, 4500. (F 50174, 

Jan. 29, 1907. j 6662 

Bald mountain. 4582. (F 50190, Jan. 

29, 1907.) 6663 

Ebb of the tide. 4521. (F 50187, Jan. 

29, 1907. ) 6664 

Fern fringed. 4516. (F 50185, Jan. 29, 

1907.) 6665 

Flume. 4581. (F 50189, Jan. 29, 1907.) 

6666 
Guardian oaks. 4507. (F 50179, Jan. 29, 

1907.) 6667 

Hardy oaks. 4518. (F 50186, Jan. 29, 

1907. 6668 

Harvest time. 4515. (F 50184, Jan. 29, 

19 7.) 6669 

Midday rest. 4513. (F 50182, Jan. 29, 

1907.) 6670 

Mountain turnpike. (F 50178, Jan. 29, 

1907.) 6671 

Nature at rest. 4588. (F 50191, Jan. 29, 

1907.) 6672 

Nature's mirror. 4501. (F 50175, Jan. 

29, 1907.) 6673 

Old buttonball. 4508. (F 50180, Jan. 

29, 1907.) 6674 

Old pine road. 4514. (F 50183, Jan. 

29,1907.) 6675 

Stony brook. 4578. (F 50188, Jan. 29, 

1907.) 6676 

Summer lake drive. 4589. (F 50192, 

Jan. 29, 1907.) 6677 

Trapper's bridge. 4510. (F 50181, Jan. 

29,1907.) 6678 

Where speckled beauties hide. 4590. 
(F 50193, Jan. 29, 1907.) 6679 

Where the stream divides. 4504. (F 
50177, Jan. 29, 1907.) 6680 

Years mark no change. 4503. (F 50176 > 
Jan. 29, 1907.) 6681 

2 c. of each Jan. 30, 1907. 

Tennisson (John N.), New 
Orleans, La. 
San Carlo opera company, Carmen. Act 
2 (F 49767, Nov. 26^ 1906; 2 c. Nov. 
26, 1906.) 



ENGRAVINGS CUTS, AND PRINTS 



181 



Thompson, (E. S.), Chicago, 
111. 
Window scene. 1907. (F 50015. Jan. 
25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6683 

Tiffanv (Oscar F.), St. Louis. 

. Mo. 

Mav be late, train held up. (F 49939, 

Jan. 14, 1907.) 6684 

Prosperity. Three times and out. (F 

49938, Jan. 14, 1907.) 6685 

Uncle Sam's advice to voung men. (F 

49940, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 2, 

. 1907.) 6686 

Tribune company. Chicago, 
111. ' 

Absent minded aunt decorates the wrong 
nose. (F 50594, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 11, 1907.) 6687 

Absent minded aunt looks out with dis- 
astrous results. (F 50206, Jan. 30, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1907.) 6688 

Armstrong {Mrs. Harry). (F 50771, Feb. 
18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6689 

Three poses of. (F 50773, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6690 

Winner of second prize in beauty 

contest. (F 50772, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 18, 1907.) 6691 

Auntie's new hat creates a sensation. ( F 
50024, Jan. 26, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 

6692 

Aunty makes an ice palace for herself. 
(F "50896, Feb. 23. 1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1907.) 6693 

De Marion (Ida) (F 50768, Feb. 18, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6694 

Winner of third prize in beauty con- 
test. ( F 50770, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 
18, 1907.) 6695 

Hungry Tommy catches a fish for supper. 
(F 50025, Jan. 26, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1907.) 6696 

Hungry Tommy gets away with all of it. 
(F 50207, Jan. 30, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 30, 
1907. i 6697 

Hungry Tommy goes hunting. ( F 50892, 
Feb." 23. 1907: 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907. 6698 

Hungry Tommy rides his sled to luncheon. 
(F 50897, Feb. 23, 1907: 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1907.) 6699 

Keep your eve on those rhinoceros bovs. 
(F 50593, 'Feb. 11. 1907: 2 c. Feb. 11. 
1907 ) 6700 

Lion had no chance with Mr. Foxy. (F 
50209, Jan. 30. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 30,' 1907.) 

6701 

May be auntie was right this time. (F 
50893, Feb. 23, 1907: 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907. ) 

6702 

Monkey and the crocodile. (F 50894, 
Feb. 23, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 23. 1907. ) 6703 



Tribune company, Chicago, 
111. ' 
Most beautiful women in Chicago are of 
assistance to hungry Tommy. ( F 

50595, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1907.) 6704 

Mr. Foxy didn't need a baloon. (F 
50898, Feb. 23, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1907. ) 6705 

Mr. Foxy escapes from a buffalo. (F 

50596, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1907. 

6706 
Mr. Foxv didn't need an ark to escape 

the Hood. (F 50026, Jan. 26, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 6707 

Naughty Rhinoceros boys and their ma. 

(F 50023, Jan. 26, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 26, 

1907.) 6708 

Photograph in the jungle. (F 50208, 

Jan. 30. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1907.) 

6709 
Wee Willie Winkie's world. Feb. 17, 

1907. (F 50899, Feb. 23, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 23, 1907.) 6710 

Whv go to California if Mr. Foxy is 

around. (F 50895, Feb. 23, 1907; "2 c. 

Feb. 23, 1907.) 6711 

Ullman manufacturing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Mother of the pickaninnies. (F 50684, 
Feb. 14, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1907.) 

6712 

AYaiting at the church. (F 50639, Feb. 

12, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1907. 6713 

United States lithograph 
company. Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
Girl on horse. 10133. (F 46869, Nov. 5. 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1906.) 6714 

Horse head and letter bill design. 10049. 
(F 45132, Aug. 31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1906.) 6715 

Letter bill design. 9968. 1 sheet. (F 
45241. Sept. 4. 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 

6716 

Letter bill design. 9993. (F 46201, Oct, 

12, 1906; 2 c. Oct, 12, 1906.) 6717 

9993. (F 49002, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 6718 

9994. (F 48999. Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 6719 

(F 49000. Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. 
6720 



— 999 1 ; 
Dec. 31, 1906.) 

— 9998. 



(F 48998, Dec. 31. 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 31, 1906.) 6721 

— 10001. (F 49001 , Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 31, 1906.) 6722 

— 10206. (F 50265. Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 1,1907.) 6723 

— 10208. (F 50568, Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 9, 1907.) 6724 



182 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

10209. (F 49481, Jan. 10, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 10, 1907.) 6725 

10210. (F 49479, Jan. 10, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 10, 1907.) 6728 

10211. (F 49480, Jan. 10, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 10, 1907.) 6727 

10394. (F 50264, Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 1, 1907.) 6728 

Western eirl on horse. 10182. ( F 46603, 

Oct. 27; 1906; 2 c. Oct. 27, 1906.) 6729 

Wadleigh {Mrs. E. Tolman), 

Fitchburg, Mass. 

C. endeavorers. ( F 49344, Dec. 18, 1906. ) 

6730 
Ep worth league. ( F 49345, Dec. 18, 1906. ) 

6731 
King's daughters. (F 49343, Dec. 18, 
1906.) 6732 

2 c. each Jan. 30, 1907. 

Whitehead & Hoag com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 
Fair persuader. 1, 2. (F 50587-50588, 

Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. each Feb. 9, 1907. ) 

6733 
3. (F 50849, Feb. 20, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 20, 1907.) 6734 

Fa ; r pilot. (F 50337, Feb. 2, 1907; 1 c. 

Jan. 29, 1907; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1907. ) 6735 
Her favorite flower. (F 50622, Feb. 11, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 6736 

La coquette. (F 50624, Feb. 11, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 6737 

Returning from the pasture. (F 50616, 

Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1907. ) 6738 
Rose. (F 50619, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 

11,1907.) 6739 

Soubrette. (F 50623, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 11, 1907. ) 8740 

Spirit of the orchid. (F 50620, Feb" 11, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 6741 

Who cares. (F 50621, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 11, 1907.) 6742 

Williams (Henry Edward), 

Brown's ranch, Cassel, Cal. 8. ( F 49885, 

Jan. 22, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1907. ) 6743 
Fall river mills, Cal. 7. (F 49884. Jan. 

22, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1907.) 6744 

Mt. Burney, Calif. 6. (F 49883, Jan. 

22, 1907f 2 c. Jan. 22, 1907.) 6745 

Pitt river can von. (F 49930, Jan. 24, 

1907; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1906.) 6748 

Sisson, Cal. (F 50156, Jan. 29, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 29, 1907.) 6747 

Wood ( Otis F. ) , New Bright- 
on, N. Y. 
Brer B'ar shows the tar baby how to catch 

alligators. Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50806, 

Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6748 



Wood (Otis E. ), New Bright- 
on, N. Y. 
Brer rabbit and the tarpon. Feb. 10, 
1907. (F 50579, Feb. 9, 1907; 2c. Feb. 
9, 1907.) 6749 

Bub, he's always to blame. Jan. 20, 1907. 
(F 49776, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1907.) 6750 

Jan. 27, 1907. (F 50132, Jan. 28, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 6751 

Feb. 3, 1907. (F 50402, Feb. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6752 

Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50585, Feb. 9, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6753 

Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50810, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6754 

- — - Feb. 24, 1907. (F 50912, Feb. 23, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 8755 

Mary and her little lamb. Jan. 20, 1907. 
(F 49772, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1907.) 6756 

Jan. 27, 1907. (F 50129, Jan. 28, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 6757 

Feb. 3, 1907. (F 50400, Feb. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 4, 1907. ) 6758 
Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50580, Feb. 9, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6759 
Feb. 18, 1907. (F 50808, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18. 1907.) 8760 
Feb. 24, 1907. (F 50909, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 6761 

Sambo and his funny noises. Jan. 20, 

1907. (F 49773, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 21, 1907.) 8762 
Jan. 27, 1907. (F 50130, Jan. 28, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 6763 
Feb. 3. 1 907. ( F 50399, Feb. 4, 1907 ; 

2 c.Feb. 4, 1907.) 6764 
Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50581, Feb. 9, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6765 
Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50807, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6766 
Feb. 24, 1907. (F 50911, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 6767 

Simon Simple and his Fritz Noodle. 

Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50586, Feb. 9, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6768 

Simon Simple and his Fritz Poodle. 

Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50813, Feb. 18, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6769 
Feb. 24, 1907. (F 50916, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 6770 

Simon Simple and pop's Teddy bear. 

Feb. 3, 1907. (F 50405, Feb. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6771 

Simon Simple and slide Kelly, slide. 

Jan. 20, 1907. (F 49777, Jan. 21, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 6772 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



183 



Wood (Otis E. ), New Bright- 
on, N. Y. 
Simon Simple as a hypnotiser. Jan. 27, 

1907. (F 50135, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 28, 1907.) 6773 

S-stnt-ter-ing S-s-sam-mv. Jan. 20, 1907, 

(F 49775, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan 21. 

1907.) 6774 
Jan. 27. 1907. (F 50133, Jan. 28, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 6775 
Feb. 3, 1907. (F 50104, Feb. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6776 
Feb. 10, 1907. ( F 50584, Feb. 9, 

1907: 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6777 
Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50811, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6778 
Feb. 24, 1907. (F 50913, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 6779 
Tar baby was 'bliged to ride. Feb. 24, 

1907. (F 50915, Feb. 23, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 23, 1907. ) 6780 

Uncle George Washington Bings, the vil- 
lage story-teller. Jan. 20, 1907. (F 

49774, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907. ) 

6781 
Jan. 27, 1907. (F 50134, Jan. 28, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 28. 1907.) 6782 
Feb. 3, 1907. (F 50403, Feb. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6783 

Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50583, Feb. 9, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 6784 

. Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50812, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6785 

Feb. 24, 1907. (F 50914. Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 6786 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. Jan. 
20, 1907. (F 49771, Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 21, 1907.) 6787 

Jan. 27, 1907. (F 50131, Jan. 28, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. I 6788 

Feb. 3, 1907. ( F 50401 , Feb. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6789 

Feb. 10, 1907. (F 50582, Feb. 9. 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9. 1907.) 6790 

Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50S09, Feb. 18. 

1907: 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6791 

Feb. 24, 1907. (F 50910, Feb. 23, 



Woodward & Tiernan print- 
ing company, St. 
Louis, Mo. 
April. (F 50164, Jan. 29, 1907.) 6793 
August. (F 50168, Jan. 29, 1907.) 6794 
Breezv point. (F 50158, Jan. 29, 1907.) 

6795 
Colonial girl. (F 50157, Jan. 29, 1907.) 

6796 
December. (F 50172, Jan. 29, 1907. ) 

6797 
February. (F 50162. Jan. 29, 1907. ) 

6798 
January. (F 50161, Jan. 29, 1907.) 

6799 
July. (F 50167, Jan. 29, 1907.) 68C0 
June. (F 50166, Jan. 29, 1907.) 6801 
March. (F 50163, Jan. 29, 1907.) 6802 
May. (F 50165, Jan. 29, 1907.) 6803 

November. (F 50171, Jan. 29, 1907. ) 

6804 
October. (F 501 70, Jan. 29, 1907.) 6805 
September. ( F 50169, Jan. 29, 1997. ) 

6806 
Vacation davs. ( F 50159, Jan. 29, 1907. ) 

6807 
Winter sports. (F 50160, Jan. 29, 1907.) 

6808 
2 c. each Jan. 29, 1907. 

Wright (E. A.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
j Cop! how about your clothes? (F50548, 
Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 6808 

Wright ( William D.), Arling- 
ton, Mass. 
i George & his conscience. George goes 
to church. (F 50871, Feb. 21, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 



6810 



1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 



67 9? 



W v man, Partridge & co., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 
1 From Minneapolis to the coast. (F50210, 
Jan. 30, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1907. ) 6811 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints, completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1907 3,136 



CLASS G, CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 



Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright bv Ackerman & Quiglev lithograph co.. Kansas 
City, Mo. Class G, XXc. no. 15171. Jan. 28, 1907: 2 copies received Jan. 28. 1907." 



Ackerman & Quigley litho- 
graph company, Kansas 
City, Mo. 
Alcove scene. 1239. Window card. (G 



28, 190/ 



Jan. 28, 
6812 



15171, Jan 

1907. ) 

Allen (Geo. Ethan) dressed in soldier's 
uniform. 1246. 3 sheet, (G 15163, 
Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 

6813 

Artists' studio scene. 1273. 1 sheet, 
(G 15175, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1907.) 6814 

Auto girl. 1300. 1 sheet. (G 15283, Feb. 
15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 6815 

Diamond stealing scene. 1243. 8 sheet, 
(G 15167, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1907.) 6816 

Dining room scene. 1238. Window card. 
(G 15170. Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1907.) 6817 

Fight scene. 1274. 1 sheet. (G 15174, 
Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 

6818 

Five German heads. 1051. 3 sheet. (G 
15165, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1907.) 6819 

Girl in stage costume. 1278 A. 3 sheet, 
(G 15164, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1907.) 6820 

Girl in stage costume. 1278 B. 3 sheet, 
(G 15160, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1907.) 6821 

Girl in stage costume. 1280. 1 sheet, 
(G 1S161, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1907.) 6822 

Girl in stage costume. 1281. 1 sheet, 
(G 15162, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

6823 

1 sheet. (G 

1 c. Feb. 15, 

6824 



1907. ) 

Hipnotist scenes. 1282. 
15285, Feb. 15, 1907; 
1907.) 



Hypnotist scenes. 1282. 3 sheets. (G 
15281, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1907.) 6825 



Ackerman & Quigley litho- 
graph company, Kansas 
City, Mo. 
Interior circus scene. 1294. 16 sheets. 
(G 15282, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c, Feb. 15, 
1907. ) 6826 

Interior jail scene. 16 sheets. (G 14497, 
Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1906.) 

6827 

James (Louis) personal. 1143. 3 sheets. 

(G 15169. Jan. 28, 1907: 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1907. ) 6828 

Man looking at bill board. 1248. 8 

sheet, (G 15168, Jan. 28. 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 28, 1907.) 6829 

Murrav and Mack, character. Window 

card": 1220. (G 15172, Jan. 28. 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 6830 

Murrav and Mack, personal. Window 

card*. 1219. (G 15173, Jan. 28, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 6831 

Personal, S. Miller Kent. 1242. 3 sheet. 

(G 15177, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28,- 

1907.) 6832 

Portrait Marie Rolfson. 1121. i sheet, 

(G 14502, Nov. 23, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 23. 

1906. ) 6833 

Scene in Wall street. 1224. 8 sheet. (G 

14379, Nov. 1, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 1, 1906. ) 

6834 
Scenes from foreign countries. 1238. 3 
sheet. (G 15176. Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 28, 1907.) 6835 

Silvan Lee personal. 1217. 1 sheet. (G 
15284, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1907.) 6836 

Soubrette. 1049. 3 sheet, (G 15166, 
.Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 6837 
American caramel company, 
Lancaster, Iowa. 
Fantasie. 1 to 2. (G 15202-15203, Feb. 
4, lu07; 2 c. each Feb. 4, 1907.) 6838 
Austen (J. I. ) company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Busv bears getting it in the usual place. 
(G 15231, Feb. 5, 1907.) 6839 

Busv bears learning phonetic spelling. 
(G 15228. Feb. 5, 1907.) 6840 

185 



186 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Austen ( J. 1. ) company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Busv bears off to school. (G 15230, Feb. 

5/1907.) 6841 

Busv bears on Friday. (G 15226, Feb. 

5/1907.) 6842 

Busv bears on Monday. (G 15222, Feb. 

5,""l907.) 6843 

Busv bears on Saturday. (G 15227, Feb. 

5," 1907.) ' 6844 

Busv Dears on Thursday. (G 15225. Feb. 

5,1907.) 6845 

Busy bears on Tuesday. (G 15223. Feb. 

5, 1907.) ' 6846 

Busy bears on Wednesday. (G 15224, 

Feb. 5, 1907. ) 6847 

Busv bears playing leap frog. (G 15229. 

Feb. 5, 1907. ) 6848 

Busy bears, something doing. (G 15232, 

Feb. 5, 1907. 6849 

Busy bears vacation. (G 15233, Feb. 5, 

1907.) 6850 

2 c. each Feb. 5, 1907. 

Boileau (Philip) , New York, 

N. Y. 

If I could speak. (G 15253, Feb. 8, 

1907.) 6851 

Maybe! (G 15252, Feb. 8, 1907.) 6852 

Warum? Why? (G 15251, Feb. 8, 1907.) 

6853 
2 c. each Feb. 8, 1907. 

Brenker & Kessler company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Holly girl. (G 15082, Jan. 22, 1907.) 

6854 
Poppvgirl. (G 15080, Jan. 22. 1907.) 

6855 
Rose girl, (G 15081, Jan. 22, 1907.) 

6856 
Violet girl. (G 15083, Jan. 22, 1907.) 

6857 
2 c. each Jan. 22, 1907. 

Cleveland & Whitehill com- 
pany. New burgh, N. Y. 
Jack & Jill went up the hill. Jack & Jill 
came down again. (G 15006, Jan. 14, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 6858 

Congdon & Crome, Palo 
Alto, Cal. 
Football player. (G 11477, Nov. 14, 1905; 
2 c. Nov. 14, 1905.) 6859 

Cook (Willard Colby), Mal- 
aga, Cal. 
Sunday school attendance chart. A 
camping trip. (G 9951, May 22, 1905; 
2 c. June 20, 1905. ) 6860 

Courier companvof Buffalo, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Auto and balloon race. (G 14822, Dec. 
27, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 6861 



Courier company of Buffalo, 
Buffafo, N. Y. 
Balloon. (G 14795, Dec. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 24, 1906.) 6862 

Barnum and Bailey. Hay-eating ani- 
mals. (G 14918, Jan. 4, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 
5, 1907.) 6863 

Herds of pachyderms. (G 15137, 

Jan. 23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1907.) 

6864 

I Lions and tigers, (G 14919, Jan. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1907.) 6865 

5354. (G 15276, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 15, 1907.) 6866 

; Birds-eve view. (G 14796, Dec. 24, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 24, 1906. ) 
! Broncho busters breaking in their frac- 
tious steeds. (G 15264, Feb. 11, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 6867 

! Buffalo Bill's wild west. 5355. (G 
15275, Feb. 14, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1907. ) 6868 

Crowning triumph. (G 14978, Jan. 10, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1907.) 6869 

Death of chief Tall Bull. (G 15221, Jan. 
31, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 6870 

I Disrobing. (G 14821, Dec. 27, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 28, 1906.) 6871 

Girls on stairway. Two show girls in 
knee length dresses sleeveless and low 
in the neck, with fancy head dress, the 
girls descending a stairwav. (G 14504, 
Nov. 24, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 1906.) 

6872 

House tops. (G 17820, Dec. 27, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 6873 

I Mantell (Mr.) Portrait, (G 15151, Jan. 

25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 6874 

Mooney, its pretty nice around here. (G 

14684. Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 

6875 
Polar bears. 5347. (G 15263, Feb. 11, 



190^ 



Feb. 11, 1907.) 



6876 



Rhinoceros and hippopotamus. 5348. 
(G 15262, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1907.) 6877 

Soubrette with roses. Figure of young 
lady soubrette showing full front view, 
one hand lightly catching up her skirts, 
and in the other arm holding a huge 
bunch of roses. (G 14505, Nov. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1906.) 6878 

Sweeney's hand, "Queens up." (G 
14711, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 

6879 
Eddy (Robert), Milwau- 
kee, Wis. 

I've got my eyes on you. 1 to 2. (G 
15273, 15274, Feb. 14, 1907; 2 c. each 
Feb. 14, 1907.) 6880 

Don't be a sponger. (G 15178, Jan. 29, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1907.) 6881 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 



187 



Edson (M. E. ), Norfolk, Va. 
Goodwill's (Mrs.) advertisement. (G 
15075, Jan. 9, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 

6882 

Flad (William), Richmond 

Hill, N. Y. 

Chrysanthemums on flat basket ground. 

(G 15136, Jan. 23, 1907.) 6883 

Relief medallion on rough basket ground. 

1, 2, 3. (G 1 5131-15133, Jan. 23, 1907.) 

6884 

I Roses on flat basket ground. (G 15134, 

Jan. 23, 1907. ) 6885 

Water-lilies on flat basket ground. (G 

15135, Jan. 23, 1907.) 6886 

2 c. each Jan. 23, 1907. 

Fleisher brothers, Philadel- 
phia, Pa, 
Fleisher bros. Design. 1 & 2. (G 
• 15145, 15146, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
| 1907.) 6887 

Gray lithograph company, 
New York, N. Y. 
From garden to table. (G 15204, Feb. 
4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 6888 

Lady of quality. (G 15182. Jan. 30, 
1907: 2 c. Jan. 30, 1907.) 6889 

Min-ne-ha-ha. (G 15286, Feb. 18, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 68S0 

N. Y. Belle, 1-6. (G 14992-14997, Jan. 
14, 1907.) 6891 

2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 

Violet girl. (G 15154, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 28. 1907.) 6892 

Hayes lithographing com- 
pany, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Annette. (G" 15068, Jan. 19, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 19, 1907.) 6893 

Calendar man. (G 15066, Jan. 19, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 19. 1907.) 6894 

Come on in. (G 15218, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 4, 1907.) 6895 

Just caught. (G 15071, Jan. 19, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 19, 1907. ) 6896 

Landing a prize. (G 15219, Feb. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6897 

Little bright eves (G 15070, Jan. 19, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907.) 6898 

Matinee girl. (G 15065, Jan. 19, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 19, 1907.) 6899 

My Mollie O! (G 15069, Jan. 19, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 19, 1907. ) 6900 

Necessary repairs. (G 15067. Jan. 19, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1907.) 6901 

Waiting. (G 15072, Jan. 19, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 19, 1907.) 6902 

Woman's horror. (G 15217, Feb. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6903 



Hickman & White, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
i Georgetown base ball poster. (G 14976, 
Jan. 8, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 6904 

Illustrated post card and 
noveltv company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Attractive parasol. (G 15234, Feb. 7, 
1907.) 6905 

i Critical moment. (G 15237, Feb. 7, 
1907.) 6906 

Drama. ( G 15235, Feb. 7, 1907. ) 6907 
> Getting acquainted. (G 15236, Feb. 7, 
1907.) 6908 

World was made for only two. (G 15238, 
Feb. 7, 1907.) 6909 

2 c. each Feb. 7, 1907. 

Irwin (Paul D.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
I Passion (The) play. (G 14823, Dec. 28, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1906.) 6910 

Mandeville & King com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. 
Flower hanger. Superior flower seeds. 
(G 15143, Jan. 24. 1907: 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1907.) 6911 

Marston (H. F. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Arab. (G 15199, Feb. 1, 1907.) 6912 
j Chinaman. (G 15198, Feb. 1. 1907.) 

6913 
Fireman. (G 15197, Feb. 1, 1907.) 

6914 
Policeman. (G 15196. Feb. 1, 1907.) 

6915 
2 c. each Jan. 23, 1907. 

Meek & Beach company, 
Coshocton, Ohio. 
Trving it on the dog. (G 8891. Jan. 19. 
1905; 2 c. Oct. 30, 1905.) 6916 

Mountz (L. J.), Denver, 
Colo. 
Original discoverer of Yellow Medicine. 
(G 15152, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1907.) 6917 

Oppenheimer, Seasongood, 
Guiterman & co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
Oppenheimer, Seasongood, Guiterman & 
co. Spring and summer 1907. A. B. 
(G 15027, 15028, Jan. 18, 1907; 2 c. each 
Jan. 18, 1907.) 6918 

Penn engraving company. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Union station, Washington, D. C. (G 
15272, Feb. 13, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1907. ) 

6919 



188 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Commandments. Duties toward God. 
23£ by 26£. (G 15269, Feb. 11, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 9, 1907. ) 6920 

Day (The) of atonement. 23| by 26£. 



1907; 



Feb. 8, 



6921 



(G 15259, Feb. 

1907. ) 
Death (The) of Moses. 231 by 26J. (G 

15260, Feb. 9, 1907: 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 

6922 
Israel journeving to Canaan. 

(G 15261, "Feb. 9, 1907; 

1907.) 
Sin of Nadab and Abihu. 



23i by 26^. 

2 c. Feb. 8, 

6923 

23i by 26£. 



(G 15271, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 

1907. ) 6924 

Two reports of the spies. 23| by 26J. 

(G 15270, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 

1907.) 6925 

Richardson (Delmer D. ), 

Chicago, 111. 

Blood & nerves. 1. (G 15056, Jan. 18, 



6926 
G 15062, Jan. 

6927 
5. (G 15060, 

6928 



Bobbins (H. I.), Boston, 



1907.) 
Calculus of bladder. 7. 

18, 1907.) 
Cross section of the cord. 

Jan. 18, 1907.) 

Cysts. 6. (G 15061, Jan. 18, 1907.) 6929 

Hernia & diseased prostate. 8. ( G 15063, 

Jan. 18, 1907.) 6930 

Important perineal organs. 4. (G 15059, 

Jan. 18, 1907.) 6931 

Superficial perineum. 3. (G 15058, Jan. 

18, 1907.) 6932 

Varicocele. 2. (G 15057, Jan. 18, 1907.) 

6933 
2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Robbins (H. I.), Boston, 

Mass. 

Christ the Lord is risen today. Flowers 

on cross. (G 15119, Jan. 2*2, 1907. ) 

x 6934 

Woman on bended knee, figure of 

Christ against cross. (G 15117, Jan. 
22, 1907.) 6935 

Easter greeting. Duckling, chicks, and 
pitcher. (G 15108, Jan. 22, 1.907. ) 

6936 

Large rabbit within Easter egg, three 

small rabbits. ( G 15126, Jan. 22, 1907. ) 

6937 

Rabbit protruding from red Easter 

egg. (G 15128, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6938 
Easter greetings. Easter egg rilled wtih 
flowers, chicken. (G 15111, Jan. 22, I 
1907.) 6939 

■ Easter peace be thine, and lilies ' 

within cross. (G 15125, Jan. 22, 1907. ) j 

6940 i 

Flowers, one white, and one brown 

rabbit. (G 15124, Jan. 22, 1907. ) 6941 



(G 15103, Jan. 

6949 
(G 15088, Jan. 

6950 



Easter greetings. One chick and forget- 
me-nots in small basket. (G 15122, 
Jan. 22, 1907.) 6942 

Three rabbits, nest, and eggs. (G 

15123, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6943 

For a happy Easter. Angel holding Easter 
lilies, cross and flowers. (G 15113, 
Jan. 22, 1907.) 6944 

Duckling, chicks, and broken bowl. 

(G 15110, Jan. 22; 1907.) 6945 

Rabbit protruding from blue Easter 

egg. (G 15129, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6946 

Glad tidings. Cross of forget-me-nots, 
lilies. (G 15130, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6947 

Eggshell, chick, and violets. (G 

15109, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6948 

Greeting to my valentine. Cupid rescu- 
ing quiver of arrows. 
22, 1907. ) 

Dutch girl in heart, 

22, 1907.) 

Dutch girl in heart with apples. (G 

15090, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6951 

Dutch girl in heart with basket of 

flowers. (G 15089, Jan. 22, 1907.) 

6952 

Girl's head within heart; also deco- 
rative heart. (G 15098, Jan. 22, 1907. ) 

6953 

Happy Easter. Rabbit in automobile. 
(G 15127, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6954 

Lord is risen. Easter lilies on gold cross. 
(G 15118, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6955 

Kneeling woman, cross, and Easter 

lilies. (G 15112, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6956 

Love's greeting. Girl in heart holding 
roses. (G 15092, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6957 

Two figures of cupid arranging flow- 
ers around heart with arrow piercing 
same. (G 15100, Jan. 22, 1907. ) 6958 

Two figures of cupid, one sitting on 

flowers, the other living. (G 15101, 
Jan. 22, 1907.) 6959 

Girl's head within heart with gladi- 

olas. (G 15095, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6960 

Love's remembrance. Girl and tulips. 
(G 15086, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6961 

Heart of forget-me-nots, cherub with 

mandolin. (G 15093, Jan. 22, 1907. ) 

6982 

Japanese figures within heart, (G 

15094, Jan 22, 1907. ) 6963 

Rejoice, 'tis Easter tide. Chicks and 
basket, bow and flowers on handle. 
(G 15107, Jan. 22, 1907. ) 6964 

Chicks and basket, bow on handle. 

(G 15106, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6965 

Cross within a cross, figure of angel. 

(G 15114, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6966 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 



189 



Robbins (H. I.), Boston, 

Mass. 
Tis Easter day. Angel's head on cross, 

Easter lilies. (G 15115, Jan. 22, 1907. ) 

6967 
Three angels within a cross. (G 

15116, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6968 
Two chicks and foraret-me-nots in 

basket. (G 15121, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6969 
To my heart's best love. Girl and boy 

sitting on large, red heart. (G 15105, 

Jan. 22, 1907.) 6970 
Girl's head within heart, heliotrope. 

(G 15097, Jan. 22, 1907. ) ' 6971 
Large red heart, figure of girl. (G 

15104, Jan. 22, 1907. ) 6972 

To my valentine. Cupid with bow and 

arrows shooting at hearts. (G 15102, 

Jan. 22, 1907.) 6973 
Girl and boy with basket of cherries. 

(G 15091, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6974 
Girl's head within heart, also envel- 
ope. (G 15099, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6975 
Girl's head within heart, four leaf 

clovers. (G 15096, Jan. 22, 1907.) 

6976 
Two children & dog in heart. (G 

15087, Jan. 22, 1907.) 6977 

With all Easter blessings. Easter lilies, 

small cross in corner. (G 15120, Jan. 

22,1907. 6)78 

2 c. each Jan. 22, 1907. 

Schwab & Wolf, New York, 

N. Y. 

Buffalo hunt. (G 15149, Jan. 25, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6979 

Hooligan. (G 15147, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 25, 1907.) 6980 

Mother goose. (G 15150, Jan. 25, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 6981 

Old Kentucky home. (G 14896, Jan. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 6982 

One o'cat. (G 15290, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 18, 1907.) 6983 

Presidents' autographs. (G 15289, Feb. 

18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6984 

Queen of the hunt, (G 14897, Jan. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 6985 

Telephone girl. (G 15288, Feb. 18, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6986 

Yacht flags. (G 15148, Jan. 25, 1907; 2 

c. .Ian. 25, 1907.) 6987 

Yankee Doodle girl. (G 15287, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 6988 

Spivey (H. S.), Little Rock, 
Ark. 
Arkansaw travelers. (G 15220, Feb. 4, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 6989 



Strobridge lithographing 
company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
Bolts & bars. N. Y. 12215. 8 sheet, 
(G 14828, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1907.) 6990 

Brute. N.Y. 12209. £ sheet. (G 14824, 
Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 6991 
Caught, N. Y. 12136. 1 sheet. (G 

14443, Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906. ) 

6992 

Character. 12094. 3 sheet, (G 14291, 

Oct. 25, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 

6993 

Character. N.Y. 12239. 3 sheet. (G 

14984, Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907. ) 

6994 

Character heads. N. Y. 12144. (G 

14511, Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906.) 

6995 

Cherubs. 12109. 1 sheet. (G 14296, 

Oct. 25, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906. ) 6996 

Collar button. N. Y. 12220. | sheet. 
(G 14779, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1907.) 6997 

Combination. N. Y. 12027. 8 sheet. 
(G 13919, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 
1906.) 6998 

N. Y. 12190. 1 sheet. (G 14769, 

Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 6999 

Deserted. N. Y. 12216. 8 sheet. (G 
14829, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 

7000 
Disguise. N. Y. 12135. 3 sheet. (G 

14444, Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 
1906.) 7001 

Doggie. N. Y. 12219. § sheet. (G 
14778, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 

7002 

Face. N.Y. 12149. (G 14514, Nov. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 7003 

Fair. N.Y. 12236. 1 sheet. (G 14981, 
Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1907. ) 7004 

Four figures. N. Y. 12243. £ sheet. 
(G 14988, Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1907.) 7005 

Hands up. N. Y. 12148. (G 14513, 
Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 

7006 

Heart, N. Y. 12207. 1 sheet. (G 

14776, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7007 

I win. N. Y. 12147. (G 14512, Nov. 

26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 7008 

Imperial Viennese. 1907-B-23. 1 sheet. 
(G 15017, Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1907. ) 7009 

Imperial Viennese. 1907-B-41. 24 sheet. 
(G 15018, Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1907.) 7010 



190 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Strobridge lithographing 
company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
Jaunting car. N. Y. 12124. 8 sheet. I 
(G 14453, Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c Jan. 24, ! 
1907.) 7011 ; 

Kidnaps. N. Y. 12169. 8 sheet. (G | 
14696, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907. ) I 

7012 

Libbev (Laura Jean). N. Y. 12212. 

3 sheet. (G 14825, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. 

Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7013 

Love of an emperor. N. Y. 12187. 1 

sheet. (G 14767, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 7014 

Magnetic. N. Y. 12240. 3 sheet (G 

14985, Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c, Feb. 15, 1907.) 

7015 

Parted. N. Y. 12210. 1 sheet. (G 

14979, Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 

7016 

Portrait and lettering. N. Y. 12114. 

3 sheet. (G 14449, Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 10, 1906.) 7017 

Portrait. N. Y. 12123. 26 by 34. (G 

14452, Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1907. ) 

7018 

N.Y. 12125. 26bv34. (G 14454, 

Nov. 15, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 

7019 

Portrait. N. Y. 12244. 3 sheet. (G 

14989, Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1907.) 

7020 

26 bv 34. 12041. (G 14225, Oct. 22. 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1908.) 7021 

26 by 34. 12086. ( G 14287, Oct. 25, 

1906; 2 c. Jan 31, 1907.) 7022 

26 by 34. N. Y. 12245. (G 14990. 

Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907. ) 7023 

Publicity. N. Y. 12214. 3 sheet. (G 

14827, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7024 

Read. N. Y. 12237. 8 sheet. (G 14982, 

Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1907.) 7025 

Riding seal. 1907-B-50. 8 sheet. (G 

15298, Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1907. ) 

7026 

Saved. N.Y. 12213. 3 sheet. (G 14826, 

Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7027 

Seated. N.Y. 12129. 3 sheet, (G 14455, 

Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907. ) 7028 

Sensitive. N. Y. 12241. 1 sheet. (G 

14986, Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907. ) 

7029 

Signal. N. Y. 12133. 1 sheet. (G 

14446, Nov. 15, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 10, 1906. ) 

7030 

Ski jumper. 1907-B-7. 1 sheet. (G 

15016, Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 

7031 

1907-B-47. 20 sheet. (G 15019, 

Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1907. ) 7032 

1907-B-48. 8 sheet. ( G 15020, Jan. 

17, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907. ) 7033 



Strobridge lithographing 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Sleep walker. N. Y. 12208. | sheet. 
(G 14777, Dec. 20, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1907.) 7034 

Strangers. N. Y. 12150. (G 14515, 
Nov. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 7035 

Train robberv. 1907-C-22. 16 sheet. 
(G 15024, Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1907.) t 7038 

Trifle. N.Y. 12238. 8 sheet. (G 14983, 
Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1907.) 7037 

Two figures. N. Y. 12242. i sheet. 
(G 14987, Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1907.) 7038 

Superior color press, Toledo, 
Ohio. 
White city. (G 15280, Feb. 15, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 15, 1907. ) 7039 

United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
African lioness and cubs. 10303. (G 

15155. Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7040 
Are you sure vou abhor him, Amy? 

10212. (G 14856, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 31. 1906.) 7041 

Behind the scenes of a concert hall. 

10186. (G 14804, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 26, 1906.) 7042 

Beresi'ord ( Harry) . Bust portrait. 1 1 55. 

(G 14801, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 

1906. ) 7043 

Brown (Kirk). Bust portrait. 10276. 

(G 15194, Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 

1907.) 7044 

Colonial lovers. 287. (G 15212, Feb. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7045 

Duel. 281. (G 15265, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 11, 1907.) 7046 
10039. (G 14870, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 31, 1906.) 7047 

Eggs-actlv so. 10203. (G 14809, Dec. 

26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 7048 

Elevator (The) will crush her to death. 

10214. (G 14811, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 26, 1906. ) 7049 

Face to face. 10184. (G 14715, Dec. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 7050 

Female character, full figure. 10079. 

(G 14687, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 

1906.) 7051 

Female character, seated. 294. (G 15159, 

Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 7052 
Female character with oranges in lap. 

10078. (G 14714, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec 17, 1906.) 7053 

Female figure on clock dial. 9817. (G 

14072, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 

7054 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 



191 



Strobridge lithographing 
company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
Female, full figure. 10019. (G 14857, 
Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 7055 
Gale (Florence). Bust portrait. 10324. 
(G 15210, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 
1907. ) 7056 

Gale (Florence). Character. 10326. (G 
15206, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7057 
Gale (Florence). Half figure. 10325. 
(G 15205, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 
1907. ) 7058 

Gale (Florence). In street costume. 
10321. (G 15207, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907.) „ 7059 

Gale (Florence). Seated. 10322. (G 

15208, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7060 
Gale (Florence). Standing. 10323. (G 

15209, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7061 
Gif me ein pack cigarettes. 10231. (G 

15157, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 

7062 
Girls watching comic love scene. 10173. 

(G 14689, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 

1906. ) 7063 

Grotesque bather. 9816. ( G 1 4076, Oct. 

1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7064 

Han ford and Drofnah bust portraits and 

letter bill design. 10278. (G 15187, 

Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7065 
Hanford (Charles B. ) Bust portrait. 

10277. ( G 15255, Feb. 9, 1907 ; 2 c. Feb. 

9, 1907.) 7066 

His child. 10194. (G 14860, Dec. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 7067 

Hurry! hurry! 10225. (G 15189; Feb. 

1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7068 

I knew something was going to happen. 

9930. ( G 14799, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 

26, 1906.) 7069 

I will do de job for nudings. 10232. (G 

15214, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7070 
I'd like to trade a Lemon for a Peach. 

9971. (G 14800, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 26, 1906.) 7071 

If mother could see me now. 10202. (G 

14808, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

7072 
If vou touch that gal, I'll give you pill 

from this pistol. 10217. (G 14813, 

Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 7073 

I'm wild Bill the bull man. 10236. (G 
15156, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 

7074 

It was his life or mine — I shot first. 
10237. (G 15213, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907.) 7075 

3595— pt 4, nos 10-13—07 3 



Strobridge lithographing 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

It's time for reflection. 10328. (G 

15190, Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 

7076 

Johnie, dear, don't you know your little 

wifie. 9823. (G 14797, Dec. 26, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 7077 

Love redeems the world. 10185. (G 

14803, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

7078 

Male and female character. 279. (G 

15158, Jan. 28, 1907- 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7079 

10233. (G 15278, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 1,1907.) 7080 

Men of Texas! Our battle cry, remem- 
ber the Alamo ! 10012. ( G 14713, Dec. 
17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906. 7081 

Model (The). 10218. (G 14814, Dec. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 7082 

Negro head. 299. (G 15258, Feb. 9, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 7083 

: Negro mammy. 300. (G 15257, Feb. 9, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 7084 

Nellie, sister, I have come for you. 10215. 
(G 14812, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 
1906. ) 7085 

Nellie the angel. 10226. (G 15277, Feb. 
15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 7086 

Nellie, you have had enough poverty. 
Come, come with me. 10216. (G 
14802, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 

7087 

Nine female figures. 9845. (G 14074, 

Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7088 

I Not yet, but soon. 10204. (G 14810, 

Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906. ) 7089 

, Notice it? I'm it. 10331. (G 15191, 

Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7090 

Novellos (The). 10255. (G 15255, Feb. 

4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1907.) 7091 

I Open those doors! 10003. (G 14863, Dec. 

31, 1906; 2 c. Dec, 31, 1906.) 7092 

Oriental girl, equestrienne, animals and 

letter bill. 10271. (G 15279, Feb. 15, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) . 7093 

I Pansy among the daisies. 10200. (G 
14858, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1906. ) 7094 

i Please! please! you annov me. 10192. 
(G 14716, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 17, 
1906. ) 7095 

| Real (A) belle. 9893. (G 14866, Dec. 
31, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 7096 

Santley, Joseph, and Silverheels. 10196. 
(G 14867, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1906. ) 7097 

She's dead. 10213. (G 14867, Dec. 31, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 7098 



192 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Strobridge lithographing 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Soubrette, seated. 286. (G 15211, Feb. 

4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1007.) 7099 

Stealing the keys. 9793. (G 14798, Dec. 

26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1906.) 7100 

Tesian Tessie. 10327. (G 15193, Feb. 

1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7101 

Texas. 10378. (G 15256, Feb. 9, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 7102 

That girl is under my protection. 10051. 

(G 14865, Dec. 31, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 

1906.) 7103 

That woman is a thief. 10280. (G 15186, 

Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907..) 7104 
There's another kiss for saying so! 10333. 

(G 15267, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 

1907.) 7105 

They're laying for me. 10201. (G14868, 

Dec. 31/1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 

7106 
Three scenes. 10198. (G 14859, Dec. 

31, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 7107 

Two minstrels dancing. 297. (G 15266, 

Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 

7108 
Two tigers watching caravan. 10291. 

( G 15216, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907. ) 

7109 
Waiting for me loidv. 10013. ( G 14073, 

Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7110 
We mean to have that hoss thief. 9854. 

(G 14075, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 

1906.) 7111 



Strobridge lithographing 
company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
Wonderful electrical storm. 10197. (G 
14688, Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1906.) 7112 

Zaza. 10193. (G .14861, Dec. 31, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 31, 1906.) 7113 

Vick's (James) sons, Koch- 
ester, N. Y. 
Vick's quality aster collection. How tp 
grow asters. (G 15144, Jan. 24, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 7114 

Walsh (M. H.) , Woods Hole, 

Walsh's Evangeline. (G 15084, Jan. 22, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1907.) 7115 

Westcott (D. M.), South 
Park, Wash. 
Alaska - Yukon - Pacific exposition. (G 
14998, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1907. ) 

7116 
Whitehead & Hoagco., New- 
ark N. J. 
Brer rabbit. (G 15140,' Jan. 17, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 17, 1907.) 7117 

Bunny. (G 15139, Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 17, 1907.) 7118 

Good luck. (G 15181, Jan. 29, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 29, 1907.) 7119 

Rastus. (G 15180, Jan. 29, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 29, 1907. ) 7120 

Sailor girl. (G 15179, Jan. 29, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 29, 1907.) 7121 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1907 790 



CLASS H, PHOTOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright bv James E. Abbe. Newport News. Va. Class H 
XXc, no". 90047, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 copies received Feb. 4, 1907." 



Abbe (James E.), Newport 
News, Va. 
Ole Virginia cypress. (H 90047, Feb. 4, 
1907.) 7122 

Virginia (A) sunset. (H 90016, Feb. 4, 
1907.) 7123 

2 c. each Feb. 4, 1907. 

American lithographic com- 
pany, New York,N . Y. 
Aint you funny, v. 29. ( H 90400, Feb. 

12, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1907.) 7124 

Child pouring tea. v. 26. (H 90006, 

Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7125 
Chums, v. 28. (H 90399, Feb. 12, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 12, 1907. ) 7126 

Embarrassment, v. 27. (H 90398, Feb. 

12, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1907.) 7127 

Purple girl. v. 36. (H 90007, Feb. 1, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7128 

Fights of nations. (H 90564, Feb. 18, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 7129 

American mutoscope and bio- 
graph company, New 
York, X. Y. 
Mr. Hurry-up of New York. (H 89824, 
Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907. ) 7130 
Stalking and shooting caribou, New- 
foundland. (H 89187, Jan. 9, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 9, 1907.) 7131 

American stereoscopic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
A 40916; A 41092; A 41609. (H 89556- 
89558, Jan. 19, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 21, 
1907.) 7132 

Arthur (James), Detroit, 
' Mich. 
American beauties. (H 90473, Feb. 15, 
1907.) 7133 

Asleep with a little bear behind. (H 
90474, Feb. 15, 1907.) 7134 

Autumn. (H 90469, Feb. 15, 1907.) 

7135 

Bear stories. (H 90477, Feb. 15, 1907.) 

7136 

Billet-doux. (H 90466, Feb. 15, 1907.) 

7137 

Elinor. (H 90464, Feb. 15, 1907.) 7138 



Arthur (James), Detroit, 

Mich. 

Familv group. (H 90476, Feb. 15, 1907. ) 

7139 
Fishing girl. (II 90470, Feb. 15, 1907.) 

7140 
In dreamland. (H 90479, Feb. 15, 1907. ) 

7141 
Morning prayer. (H 90475, Feb. 15, 
1907.) 7142 

Poinsetta. (H 90471. Feb. 15, 1907.) 

7143 

Roses. (H 90465, Feb. 15, 1907.) 7144 

Watch my smoke. (H 90467, Feb. 15, 

1907.) " 7145 

Widow. (H 90468, Feb. 15, 1907.) 7146 

Winter. (H 90472, Feb. 15, 1907.) 7147 

Your turn next. (H 90478, Feb. 15, 

1907.) 7148 

2 c. each Feb. 16, 1907. 

Ball (Willis A.), Stuart, 
Fla. 
Ex-president Cleveland's fishing head- 
quarters 1906. (H 89682, Jan. 24, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 7149 

Having a pull. (H 90256, Feb. 7, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 7, 1907.) 7150 

Beals (Jessie Tarbox), New 
York, N. Y. 
Rembrandt and Saskia. (H 89975, Jan. 
31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7151 

Belcher & Waterson, New 
York, N. Y. 
Poor John. (H 90029, Feb. 1, 1907.) 

7152 
Waiting at the church. (H 90028, Feb. 
1, 1907.) 7153 

2 c. each Feb. 1, 1907. 

Bemis ( Herbert G. ) , Los An- 

California cow girl. ' (H 90438, Feb. 15, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 7154 

Bernhard (J . Walter ) , Wash- 
ington, D. C. - 
Perfect yawn. (H 87481, Dec. 20, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 20, 1906.) 7155 

193 



194 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Berry (W. S. ), Gardiner, 
Mont, 
On the alfalfa flat, Elk. (H 90369, Feb. 
11, 1907.) 7156 

Rocky Mountain blacktail deen (H 
90370, Feb. 11, 1907. ) 7157 

'What alfalfa does for the wild game. Elk. 
(H 90368, Feb. 11, 1907.) 7158 

Winter resort for elk. (H 90371, Feb. 
11, 1907; 2 c. each Feb. 11, 1907.) 

7159 
Bettes (Harry J.), McAles- 
ter, Okla. 
Pioneer residence and original pine tree 
of McAlester, Okla. (H 89717, Jan. I 
.26, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1907.) 7160 

Birnbaum ( Samuel ) , Dor- 
chester, Mass. 
Awaking the minute man. 5. (H 90142, 

Feb. 6, 1907. 7161 

Battle at Lexington. 10. (H 90147, 

Feb., 1907.) 7162 

Capture (The). 9. (H 90146, Feb. 6, 

1907.) 7163 

Flash of the signal lights. 4. (H 90141, 

Feb. 6, 1907.) 7164 

Hancock and Clark house, arousing Han- | 

cock and Adams. 8. (H 90145, Feb. ! 

6, 1907.) 7165 ! 

Plot (The). 1. (H 90138, Feb. 6, 1907.) | 

7166 ; 
Repulse of British at Concord bridge. 

11. (H 90148, Feb. 6, 1907.) 7167 

Ringing the alarm bell at the belfry. 7. 

(H 90144, Feb. 6, 1907.) 7168 j 

Robert Newman entering the north I 

church with lanterns. 2. (H 90139, 

Feb. 6, 1907.) 7169 

Rowing across the Charles river to 

Charlestown. 3. (H 90140, Feb. 6, 

1907.) 7170 

" Twas twelve at the bridge at Medf ord 

town. 6. (H 90143, Feb. 6, 1907.) 

7171 
2 c. each Feb. 6, 1907 . 

Blazier (G. A.), Cave 
Spring, Ga. 
Georgia school for the deaf. Cave Spring, 
Ga. (H 90030, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 
28, 1907.) 7172 

Blotcky (Abraham G. ), Des 
Moines, Iowa. 
Paul Show -a -way. A 1 . A 2 . A 3 . (H 
89983-89985, Nov. 24, 1906; 1 c each 
Nov. 24, 1906; 1 c. each Feb. 1, 1907.) 

7173 
Bradford (William Rus- 
sell), Boston, Mass. 
Hancock (Dorothy Qnincy). (H 84939, 
Nov. 10, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1907.) 

7174 



Braun, Clement & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Arabs on the march. 468. (H 89684, 
Jan. 25, 1907. ) 7175 

Lock on the Stour. 252. ( H 89683, Jan. 
25, 1907.) 7176 

2 c. each Dec. 17, 1906. 

Brown (Howard W.), Tif- 
ton, Ga. 
Public school building, Tifton, Ga. (H 
90301, Feb. 8, 1907. ) 7177 

Public school, Tifton, Ga. (H 90302, 
Feb. 8, 1907.) 7178 

2 c. each Feb. 8, 1907. 

Bullard (C. E.), Peterboro, 
N. H. 
Aristocrats. (H 39785, Jan. 28, 1907. 

7179 
Book worms. (H 89782, Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7180 
I am a daisy. (H 89786, Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7181 
Just we two. (H 89783, Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7182 

My cosy corner. (H 89784, Jan. 28, 

1907.) 7183 

Parlor ornament. (H 89787, Jan. 28, 

1907.) 7184 

Puzzler for the professor. (H 89788, 

Jan. 28, 1907. ) ' 7185 

Wedding bells are ringing. (H 89789, 

Jan. 28, 1907.) 7186 

What are the wild waves saving? (H 

89790, Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7187 

2 c. each Jan. 28, 1907. 

Butler (Carlos Antonio), 
West Orange, N. J. 
Butler's model of the Tabernacle. Ex- 
terior. (H 89674, Jan. 3, 1907. ) 7188 

Interior. (H 89673, Jan. 3, 1907.) 

7189 

1 c. each Dec. 10, 1906; 1 c. each Jan. 
9, 1907. 

Cad well (John F. ) and 
Le Rosser (Benjamin), 
Eureka Springs, Ark. 
Kirk & wife, Arkansaw tie cutters, the 
boy and the girl parents of triplets. 
(H 89670, Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1907.) 7190 

Calvert ( Earle C. ) , Michigan 
City, Ind. 
View from smoke stack 175 ft. above Mich. 
City, Indiana. ( H 89698, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

7191 

Watching the bathers. Michigan City, 

Ind. (H 89699, Jan. 26. 1907.) 7192 

2 c. each Jan. 26, 1907. 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



195 



Cambridge historical soicety, 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Clay design of the Longfellow centenary 
medal. (H 89645, Jan. 22. 1907.) 

7193 
Clay model of the Longfellow centenary 
medal. (H 90482, Feb. 16, 1907.) 

7194 
2 c. each Feb. 16, 1907. 

Campbell (H. S.), Chicago, 
' 111. 
Penelote. (H 87298, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 19, 1906.) 7195 

Carroll (J. B.), Oak Park, 
111. 
Rosebuds. (H 90095, Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7196 
Rustic beautv. (H 90096, Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7197 
2 c. each Feb. 4, 1907. 

Case & Draper, Skagway, 

Alaskan wild geese/ (H 90608. Feb. 18, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1907.) 7198 

Eskimo girl on snow shoes. ( H 90582, 
Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 

7199 

Excursion train summit, W. P. & Y. R. 
(H 90610, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1907. ) 7200 

Good morning. (H 90587, Feb. 18, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 7201 

Hootz-Du-Gu girl. (H 90583, Feb. 18, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 7202 

Hydraulic mining, Atlin, B. C. (H 
90609, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1907.) 7203 

Ind-a-yanek, Swatka, the best known 
native guide in Alaska. (H 90588, 
Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 

7204 

Ka-sh-ak, Skan-doo, Ind-a-vanek. Three 
brothers. (H 90591, Feb. 18, 1907: 
2 c. Feb. 18, 1907. ) 7205 

Ka-sh-ak, the monkey man. A Chilkat. 
(H 90584, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1907.) 7206 

Marv-de-an-na Alli-de-ute. (H 90589, 
Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907. ) 7207 

Porcupine Mary. (II 90586, Feb. 18, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 7208 

Potlatcher. (H 90585, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 18, 1907.) 7209 

Skan-doo. A cunning, foxy, old medi- 
cine man, Kak-von-ton clan of the 
Chilkats. ( H 90593, Feb. 18, 1907 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 18, 1907. ) 7210 

Skan-doo a Kak-von-ton, Eagle clan. 
The most notorious, crafty old medi- 
cine-man of all the Thlinget Shaman. 
(H 90590, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1907.) 7211 



Case & Draper, Skagway, 
Alaska. 
Winter costume of an Eskimo girl. (H 
90592, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c, Feb. 18, 1907. ) 

7212 

Celebrity art company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Ansrora cat. ( H 90462, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 15, 1907.) 7213 

Bathing girl. (H 90463, Feb. 15, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 7214 

Can't you talk? (H 89769, Jan. 28, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 7215 

Christmas eve. (H 89762, Jan. 28, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 7216 

Christmas morning. (II 89763, Jan. 28, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 7217 

Drummer boy. (H 89766, Jan. 28, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 7218 

Five o'clock tea. (H 89771, Jan. 28. 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 7219 

Get up. (H 89765, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 28, 1907.) 7220 

Golf girl. (H 89793, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 28, 1907.) 7221 

Hero. (H 90459, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 

15, 1907.) 7222 

Hide and seek. (H 89759, Jan. 28, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7223 

His first ride. (H 89760, Jan. 28, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7224 

Hunting girl. (H 89792, Jan. 28, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7225 

I'll take care of them Kitty. (H 90455, 

Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 7226 
Kiss. (H S9767, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 

28, 1907.) 7227 

Laughaway. (H 89768, Jan. 28, 1907; 

2 c. Jan." 28, 1907.) 7228 

Let's keep this one, nursie. (H 90458, 

Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907. ) 7229 
Picture book. (H 89770, Jan. 28, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7230 

Puritan mother. (H 89758, Jan. 28, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 7231 

Roller-skating girl. (H 89794, Jan. 28, 

1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1707. ) 7232 

Skating girl. (H 89791, Jan. 28, 1907: 

2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7233 

Somebody stop me. (H 90460, Feb. 15, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907. ) 7234 

Sweets. (H 89764, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7235 

Teddy bears and bare Teddy. (H 90461, 

Feb. 15, 1707; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907. ) 7236 
Wash-day. (H 89761, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 28", 1907. ) 7237 

We call him Trowsers. (H 90457, Feb. 

15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 7238 



196 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Celebrity art company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
When love is young. ( H 90456, Feb. 15, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 7239 

Chickering (Elmer), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Conrad (A. Z.),D. D. Cabinet. 3. (H 
90447, Feb. 15, 1907: 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1907. ) 7240 

Cabinet. 6 & 7. (H 90450 & 90451, 

Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. each Feb. 15, 1907.) 

7241 

11 by 14. 4 & 5. ( H 90448 & 90149, 

Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. each Feb. 15, 1907.) 

7242 

8 by 10. 1 & 2. [H 90317 & 90318, 

Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. each Feb. 9, 1907.) 

7243 
Curtis (Edwin U.). 
90094, Feb. 4, 1907; 



Gaskill (Judge F. A.) 
90643, Feb. 21, 1907: 



Cabinet. 5. (H 
2 c. Feb. 4, 1907. ) 
7244 
Cabinet. 2. (H 
2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 
7245 

8 by 10. 1. (H 90642, Feb. 21, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 7246 

Libby (M. E.), deaconess of Emmanuel 
church. 11 by 14. 1 & 2. ( H 90553 
& 90554, Feb. 16, 1907; 2 c. each Feb. 
16, 1907.) 7247 

Clarke (F. C), Crawford, 
N. Y. 
Parker electric light. (H 90372, Feb. 11, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 7248 

Colville (J. P.), Topeka, 
Kans. 
Curtis (Hon. Charles). (H 89696, Jan. 
25, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 7249 

Conaway & co., Los Angeles, 

Cal. 

Navel oranges. ( H 90420. Feb. 14, 1907. ) 

7250 

Navel oranges and mountain of snow. 

(H 90419,'Feb. 14, 1907.) 7251 

Orange limb and trees. (H 90422, Feb. 

14,1907.) 7252 

Orange limb, trees and snow. (H 90423, 

Feb. 14. 7253 

Orange trees and snow storm. (H 90421, 

Feb. 14, 1907. ) 

2 c. each Feb. 15, 1907. 7254 

Cowan (S. E.), Gulfport, 
Miss. 
County court house. Gulfport, Miss. (H 
90255, Jan. 28, 1907.) 7255 

Great Southern hotel. Gulfport, Miss. 
(H 90254, Jan. 28, 1907.) 7258 

On the beach. Gulfport, Miss. (H 
90253, Jan. 28, 1907. ) 
2 c. each Jan. 28, 1907. 7257 



Crandall (E. L.) Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Capitol at night. ( H 90557, Feb. 16, 1907 ; 
2 c. Feb. 16, 1907.) 7258 

Grandfather's treasures. (H 89797, Jan. 
28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 7259 

Old pine. (H 89798, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. 



Jan. 28, 1907. 



7260 



Crooker (G. H.), Maiden, 
Mass. , 
Teddy. ( H 90163, 'Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 
6, 1907.) 7261 

Cruver manufacturing com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
American beauties. (H 90355, Feb. 9, 
1907.) 7262 

Daisies. (H 90352, Feb. 9, 1907.) 7263 
Poinsettia blossoms. (H 90353, Feb. 9, 
1907. ) 7264 

Violets and lillies of the valley. (H 
90354, Feb. 9, 1907.) 7265 

2 c. each Feb. 9, 1907. 

Deeg (Carl), Jefferson Citv, 
Mo. 
Susan. (H 90312, Feb. 9, 1907; 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1907; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 7266 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Aetna insurance co., Hartford, Conn. 
(H 90116, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 
1907.) 7267 

Along the shore of Paradise, Northamp- 
ton, Mass. (H 89959, Jan. 31, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7268 

Athenaeum, Portsmouth, N. H. (H 
90102, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7269 

B. P. Shillaber house, Portsmouth, N. H. 
(H 89950, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1907.) 7270 

Boat landing, St. Hubert's isle, Raquette 
lake, Adirondack mts., N. Y. ( H 89966, 
Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7271 

Brinkerhoff street, west from Park, Platts- 
burgh, N. Y. (H 90109, Feb. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 4, 1907. ) 7272 

Buckminster house, Portsmouth, N. H. 
(H 89946, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1907.) 7273 

Captain Titus Salter house, Portsmouth, 
N. H. (H 90100, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907.) 7274 

Carnegie building, Northampton, Mass. 
(H 89962, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1907.) 7275 

Catholic summer school, Cliff Haven, 
N. Y. (H 90111, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907. ) 7276 

Christ church, Portsmouth, N. H. (H 
89932, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 

7277 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



197 



Detroit publishing company, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Church st., looking north from College 

St., Burlington, Vt. (H 90122, Feb. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7278 

City hall, Hartford, Conn. (H 90120, 

Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7279 
Port Huron, Mich. (H 89974, Jan. 

31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7280 

City hall park, Burlington, Vt. (H 

90123, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7281 
Coal wharves, Portsmouth, N. H. (H 

89928, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907. ) 

7282 
Colt memorial park, Hartford, Conn. 

(H 90119, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 

1907.) 7283 

Congress street, north side, Portsmouth. 

N. H. (H 89934, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 31, 1907. ) 7284 

Connecticut mutual life insurance build- 
ing, Hartford, Conn. (H 90114, Feb. 

4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7285 

Court street, old oracle house on left, 

Portsmouth, N. H. (H 89954, Jan. 

31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 8286 

Crown Point light, Lake Champlain, 

N. Y. (H 90107, Feb.. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 4, 1907.) 8287 

Cushman house, Petoskey, Mich. (H 

90305, Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 

7288 
Daniel "Webster house, occupied by him 

1813-1817, Portsmouth, N. U. (H 

89943, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907. ) 

7289 
Defense of Champigny. (H 90436, Feb. 

14, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1907.) 7290 

Draper hotel, Northampton, Mass. (H 

89964, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907. ) 

729i 
Echo cliffs, Canyon of the Grand river, 

Col. (H 90130, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 

4, 1907. 7292 

Electric locomotive, X. Y. C. R. R. (H 

90309, Feb. 8, 1907: 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 

7293 
Elm street, Northampton, Mass. (H 

89961, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 

7294 
Entrance arches, Boston public library, 

Boston, Mass. (H 90127, Feb. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 4, 1907. 7295 

First Wendworth house, Portsmouth, 

N. H. (H 89944, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 31, 1907. 7296 

Fort Ticonderoga from S. E., Lake Cham- 
plain, N. Y. (H 89972, Jan. 31, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 31, 1907. 7297 

Gardner house, Portsmouth, N. H. (H 
90101. Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7298 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Glimpse (A) of Paradise, Northampton, 
Mass. (H 89958, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1907.) 7299 

Glimpse of the Wissahickon, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. (H 90129, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907. ) 7300 

Goodwin park and Soldiers' monument, 
Portsmouth, N. H. (H 89929, Jan. 31, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7301 

Governor Goodwin house, Portsmouth, 
N. H. (H 89955, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1907. ) 7302 

! Gov. John Wentworth house, Ports- 
mouth, N. H. (H 89935, Jan. 31, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 31, 1907. ) 7303 

Grand canal, Venice. ( H 90356, Feb. 9, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 7304 

Hampton roads from Hotel Warwick, 
Newport News, Va. ( H 90308, Feb. 8, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7304i 

Hartford life insurance co., Hartford, 
Conn. (H 90113, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907. ) 7305 

High school, Portsmouth, N. H. (H 

89930, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907. ) 

7306 

Hotel Warwick, Newport News, Va. (H 

90311, *Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 

7307 

Hutchings house, Portsmouth, N. H. 

(H 89948, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 

1907.) 7308 

Inn (The), Charlevoix, Mich. (H 

90304, Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 

7309 
Islington St., Portsmouth, N. H. (H 

89931, Jan. 31, 1907; 2c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 

7310 
Lady Hamilton as Daphne. (H 84694, 

Nov. 7, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 7, 1906.) 7311 
Lake in Elm park, Worcester, Mass. (H 

89971, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 

7312 
Leaving Westport, Lake Champlain, 

N. Y. (H 89921, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 31, 1907.) 7313 

Letter S at State hospital, Ray Brook, 

Adirondack mts., N. Y. (H 89965, 

Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7314 
Lily ponds, Forest park, Springfield, 

Mass. (H 89970, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 31, 1907.) 7315 

McLaughlin falls, Rutland, Vt. (H 

90306, Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 

7316 
Main street and court house, Northamp- 
ton, Mass. (H 90128, Feb. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 4, 1907. 7317 

Main street, Northampton, Mass. (H 

89956. Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 

7318 



198 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Margaret street, Plattsburgh, N. Y. (H 
90108, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7319 

Mark H. Wentworth house, Portsmouth, 
N. H. (H 89942, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1907.) 7320 

Mary E. Fletcher free hospital, Burling- 
ton, Vt. (H 90126, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907.) 7321 

Medical college, Universit-v of Vermont, 
Burlington, Vt. (H 90125, Feb. 4, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7322 

Meserve- Webster House, Portsmouth, 
N. H. (H 89945, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1907.) 7323 

Moonlight on Lake Champlain, from 
Battery park, Burlington, Vt. (H 
90124, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7324 

Mother and child. (H 89392, Jan. 14, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 7325 

(H 89552, Jan. 9, 1907. 2 c. Jan. 9, 

1907.) 7325* 

Navy yard from Pierce's island, Ports- 
mouth, N. H. (H 89923, Jan. 31, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7326 

Noah Parker house, Portsmouth, N. H. 
(H 89949, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1907.) 7327 

North church and Congress St., Ports- 
mouth, N. H. (H 89939, Jan. 31, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7328 

Oak street, north from Methodist church. 
Plattsburgh, N. Y. (H 90110, Feb. 4, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7329 

Officers' row, Fort Ethan Allen, Burling- 
ton, Vt. (H 89925, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1907. ) 7330 

Old court house, Portsmouth, N. H. (H 
89941, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907. ) 

7331 

Old jail, Portsmouth, N. II. (H 89952, 
Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907. ) 7332 

Otter creek, Rutland, Vt. (H 90307, 
Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7333 

Pavilion (The), Pine Grove park, Port 
Huron, Mich. (H 89973, Jan. 31, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7334 

Pike's Peak, from Colorado City, Col. 
(H 90131, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 
1907.) . 7335 

Port Henrv from str. wharf, lake Cham- 
plain, N." Y. (H 89919, Jan. 31, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7336 

Port Kent from the lake, Lake Cham- 
plain, N. Y. (H 90105, Feb. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 4, 1907. ) 7337 

Post office and custom house, Portsmouth, 
N. H. (H 89938, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1907. ) 7338 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Post office, Northampton, Mass. (H 
89963, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 

7339 

Public garden showing Washington 

statue, Boston, Mass. (H 89917, Jan. 

31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7340 

Public library (Memorial hall), North- 
ampton, Mass. (H 89960, Jan. 31, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7341 

Public library, Portsmouth, N. H. (H 
89947, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 

7342 

Residence of Mrs. Samuel Colt, Hartford, 
Conn. (H 90117, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907. ) 7343 

Rev. Samuel Langdon house, Ports- 
mouth, N. H. (H 89927, Jan. 31, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7344 

Rock Dunder & Juniper island, Lake 
Champlain, N. Y. (H 90106, Feb. 4, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7345 

Rockingham county court house, Ports- 
mouth, N. H. (H 89933, Jan. 31, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7346 

Ruins of Fort Frederick, Crown Point, 
N. Y. (H 89967, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1907.) 7347 

Samuel Colt memorial. Hartford, Conn. 
(H 90118, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 
1907.) 7348 

Samuel Lord house, Portsmouth, N. H. 
(H 89953, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1907.) 7349 

Split rock light, Lake Champlain, N. Y. 
(H 89922, ^ Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1907.) 7350 

St. John's church, Portsmouth, N. H. 
(H 89940, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1907.) 7351 

St. John's Episcopal church, Northamp- 
ton, Mass. (H 89957, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 
c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7352 

State hospital, Ray brook, Adirondack 
Mts., N. Y. (H 90303, Feb. 8, 1907; 2 
c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7353 

Steamer landing at Port Kent, N. Y. ( H 
89926, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 

7354 

Stoodley's tavern, Portsmouth, N. H. 
(H 89951, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1907.) 7355 

Storm in the Grand Canyon. (H 90437, 
Feb. 14, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1907.) 7358 

Str. Ticonderoga, Lake Champlain, N. Y. 
(H 90104, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c Feb. 4, 
1907.) 7357 

Str. Ticonderoga leaving Burlington, Vt. 
(H 89918, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1907.) 7358 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



199 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Strs. Vermont and Ticonderoga leaving 
Burlington harbor, Lake Champlain, 
N. Y. (H 90103, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907.) 7359 

Sunset from the Sagamore, Lake George, 
N. Y. (H 89968, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1907.) 7360 

Tent City, Venice, Cal. (H 89667, Jan. 
23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 7361 

Travelers' insurance co., Hartford, Conn. 
(H 90115, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 
1907.) 7362 

U. S. Armorv. main entrance, Spring- 
field, -Mass*' (H 89969, Jan. 31, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7363 

Wadsworth athenaeum, Hartford, Conn. 
(H 90112, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 
1907.) 7364 

Water tower, Fort Ethan Allen, Burling- 
ton, Vt. (H 90121, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907.) 7365 

Wendell and Tibbetts houses, Ports- 
mouth, N. H. (H 89937, Jan. 31,1907; 
2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7366 

Westport landing, Lake Champlain, N. Y. 
(H 89920, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1907.) 7367 

White face inn, Lake Placid, Adirondack 
Mis., N. Y. (H 90310, Feb. 8, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7368 

AVilliam Pitt tavern, Portsmouth, N. H. 
Probablv erected in 1770. (H 89936, 
Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 

7369 

Wincoski, Vermont. (H 89924, Jan. 31, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7370 

De Witt ( Maurice), Chicago, 

111. 

Beethoven. (H 90293, Feb. 7, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 7, 1907.) 7371 

Children's prayer. (H 90565, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 7372 
Chopin. ( II 90294, Feb. 7, 1907 ; 2 c. Feb. 

7,1907.) 7373 

Mozart. (H 90292, Feb. 7, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 7, 1907.) 7374 

Schubert. (H 90295, Feb. 7, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 7, 1907.) 7375 

Wagner. (H 90296, Feb. 7. 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 7, 1907.) 7376 

Dickson (Thomas* J. ), Fort 
Sam Houston, Tex. 
Infantry machine guns masked. (H 
90042", Feb. 2, 1907. ) 7377 

Infantrv machine guns on the road. (H 
90043, Feb. 2, 1907.) 7378 

2 c. each Feb. 2, 1907. 



Dudley (J. Guv), Norfolk, 
Va. 
Indians and wigwam. (H 89813, Jan. 
22, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1907.) 7379 

Dunne {Mrs. Mary Kath- 
arine), New York, N. Y. 
Sunset. Long Island Sound. (H 89781. 
Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7380 

El wood-Kline company, East 
Weymouth, Mass. 
Second photograph operation under 
ether. (H 90097, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1907.) 7381 

Feist (Leo.), New York, 

N. Y. 

College bov. (H 90031, Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7382 
College girl. (H 90032, Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7383 
2 c. each Jan. 28, 1907. 

Filamondo (Frank), Boston, 



Pope Pius X. (H 89739, Jan. 26, 1907: 
2 c. Jan. 16, 1907.) 7384 

Fine (Eben G.), Boulder, 
Colo. 
Arapahoe glacier, showing crevasses and 
broken ice field. (H 90483, Feb. 16, 
1907.) 7385 

Arapahoe glacier showing lines of strain. 
(H 90484, Feb. 16, 1907.) 7386 

2 c. each Feb. 16, 1907. 

Fischer (A. J.), Santa Fe, 

N. Mex. 

Band and chorus. (H 86175, Dec. 5, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1906.) 7387 

Compra lenia. (H 84245, Oct, 29, 1906: 

2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 7388 

Cross formation in front of the church. 

(H 86172, Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 5. 

1906.) 7389 

Forward and back. (H 86174, Dec. 5, 

1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1906.) 7390 

Going to the pow-wow. ( H 84246, Oct. 

29, 1906; 2 c. Oct, 29, 1906.) 7391 

In solemn procession before the church 

door. (H 86171, Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 5, 1906.) 7392 

Indian drilling turquoise. (H 89301. 

Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14. 1907.) 

7393 
Interior of residence of governor of 

Tesuque. (H 84243. Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 29, 1909.) 7394 

Juan Pino. (H 86177, Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 5, 1906.) 7395 

Juan Pino's wife. ( H 86176, Dec. 5, 1906; 

2 c. Dec. 5, 1906. ) 7396 



200 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



Fischer (A. J.), Santa Fe, 

N. Mex. 

Native way of hitching burro. ( H 89300, 

Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 7397 
Navajo squaw weaving blanket. (H 

89303, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907. ) 
Oldest house in U. S. (restored). (H 

89302, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 

7399 
Street scene in Santa Fe 1884. ( H 84242, 

Oct. 29, 1906, 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906. ) 7400 
Tesuque Indian dance. 1. (H 86170, Dec. 

5, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1906.) 7401 
2. (H 86173, Dec. 5, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 

5, 1906.) 7402 

Threshing wheat with sheep. (H 84241, 

Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906. ) 7403 
Water carrier. (H 84244, Oct. 29, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 29, 1906. ) 7404 

Foreman (J. E. ), Chicago, 111. 
Willows, Jackson park, Chicago. (H 
90630, Feb. 20, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 20, 
1907.) 7405 

Fosby ( Theo. A. ) , Hatties- 
burg, Miss. 
South Mississippi college bld'g. (H 
90407, Feb. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 

7406 
Fox (S. E.), Paris, Tennes- 
see. 
King of la grippe. (H 90045, Feb. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 22, 1907. ) 7407 

Frazier (G. ), Eastport, 

Maine. 

Boynton high school foot ball. 2 to 3. 

(H 90049, 90050, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. each 

Jan. 23, 1907.) 7408 

Boynton high school football team. (H 

90048, Feb. 2, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 

7409 
Frink of Boston, Boston, 
Mass. 
Aaron. (H 90282, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7410 
Abdiel. (H 90283, Feb. 7, 1907. ) 7411 
Abel. (H 90284, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7412 
Abiathar. (H 90285, Feb. 7, 1907. ) 

7413 
Abiel. (H 90286, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7414 
Abijah. (H 90287, Feb. 7, 1907. ) 7415 
Abner. (H 90288, Feb. 7, 1907. ) 7416 
Abraham. (H 90289, Feb. 7. 1907.) 

7417 
Abram. (H 9£>290, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7418 
Absalom. (H 90291, Feb. 7, 1907. ) 7419 
Tryphena. (H 90269, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7420 
Tryphosa. (H 90270, Feb. 7, 1907. ) 7421 
Urania. (H 90271, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7422 
Ursula. (H 90272, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7423 
Valeria. (H 90273, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7424 
Victoria. (H 90274, Feb. 7, 1907. ) 7425 



Frink of Boston, Boston, 
M^ass 
Vida. (H 90275, Feb." 7, 1907.) 7426 
Viola. (H 90276, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7427 
Violet. (H 90277, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7428 
Virginia. (H 90278, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7429 
Wilhelmina. (H 90279, Feb. 7, 1907.) 

7430 
Winifred. (H 90280, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7431 
Zenobia. (H 90281, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7432 
2 c. each Feb. 7, 1907. 

Frost (Frank Edmund Hill), 
Oakland, Cal. 
Homeward bound. (H 90598, Feb. 4, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7433 

Fulton (C. C.) & co., Balti- 
more, Md. 
! World speaks through the Baltimore 
American. ( II 90406, Feb. 13, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 13, 1907.) 7434 

Garner (Thomas J.), Camp- 
bell, Mo. 
Mummified body and cyst. (H 90595, 
Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7435 
Gately (Anne), New York, 
N. Y. 
Behold the mother. ( H 90556, Feb. 16, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1907.) 7436 

Cold. (H 90631, Feb. 20, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 

20, 1907.) 7437 

Gates (Horatio), Willmar, 
Minn. 
Interlachen from the north-east. Green 
Lake, Kandiyohi co. , Minn. ( H 90440, 
Feb. 14, 1907.) 7438 

Interlachen winterlocked. Green Lake, 
Kandiyohi co., Minn. (H 90439, Feb. 
14, 1907.) 7439 

Mill from the north-east. Green Lake, 
Kandiyohi co., Minn. (H 90441, Feb. 
14, 1907.) 7440 

2 c. each Feb. 2, 1907. 
Ginder (Charles F. ), Clark, 
S. Dak. 
South Dakota snow bird. (H 89599, Jan. 

21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 7441 

Ginder (Jacob J.) & bro., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bird eye view of home and hospital for 
the poor. Middle coal district, Bock- 
port, Pa. (H 89979, Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 1, 1907.) 7442 

Birds-eye view of Rockport, Pa. (H 

88523, Jan. 3, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1907.) 

7443 

Falls of Laurel Run, Rockport, Pa. (H 

89393, Jan. 12, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1907.) 

7444 
Laurel Run falls, 4, Rockport, Pa. (H 

88524, Jan. 3, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1907.) 

7445 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



201 



Ginter & Cook, Lewisburg, 
Pa. 

Faculty of Bucknell university. ( H 89814, 
- Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 7446 

Glasier (Fred WV), Brock- 
ton, Mass. 
Aggie Cornucopia Pauline. (H 89601, 
Jan. 21, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 7447 

Gloege (E. H.). Monroe, 
Wis. 
Monroe high school foot ball squad of 
1906. (H 89721, Jan. 28, 1907.) 7448 
Monroe high school foot ball team of 
1906. ( H 89720, Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7449 
2 c. each Jan. 17, 1907. 

Goetze (O. D.), Nome, 
Alaska. . 
Surf and storm at Nome. Alaska, Nov. 1, 
1906. (H 90316, Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1906.) 7450 

Grdndal Gustaf, Lindsborg, 
Kans. 
Bethany band. Bethany college, Linds- 
borg/ Kans. ( H 90358, Feb. 11, 1907. ) 

7451 
Male chorus, Bethany college, Linds- 
borg, Kansas. ( H 90359. Feb. 11, 1907. ) 

7452 
2 c. each Feb. 11, 1907. 

Hansen (Francis William), 
Chicago, 111. 
White wave. (H 90252, Feb. 7, 3 907; 
2 c. Feb. 7, 1907. ) 7453 

Harris & Ewing, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Taft, Mrs. (H 90099. Feb. 4. 1907. ) 

7454 

Tad. Secretary. (H 9009S. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7455 
2 c. each Feb. 4. 1907. 

Harvey ( Charles Ed win i , 
Boise Citv. Idaho. 
Triune. (H8S521, Man. 2. 1907: 2 c. 
Dec. 18, 1906. ) 7456 

H arvey ( George W ain - 

wright), Annisquam, 

Mass. 

Returning boats, Dutch coast. ( H 90555. 

Feb. 16, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7457 

Helm (Milton), Mountain 
Home, Idaho. 
After the thaw. ( H 90485. Feb. 16, 1907: 
2 c. Feb. 16,1907.) 7458 

Hinsdale (William R. ), Or- 
ange, X. J. 
View in old Spanish tunnel at Ellenville, 
N. Y. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9. (H 89731- 
89738, Jan. 28, 1907.) 7459 



Hinsdale (William R.), Or- 
ange, N. J. 
View of old Spanish tunnel at Ellenville, 
N. Y. 1. (H 89730, Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7460 
2 c. each Jan. 28, 1907. 

Holland (H. S.), Albany, 

Ga. 

His fortune. (H 90559, Feb. 18, 1907.) 

7461 
Scissors grinder. (H 90560, Feb. 18, 
1907.) 7462 

2 c. each Feb. 18, 1907. 

Honey man (Mrs. Maud), 
Paris, France. 
Easter- week procession. Seville, Spain. 
(H 90402. Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1907.) 7463 

Hopson (Mary), New York. 
N. Y. 
Robertson (Forbes). (H 89697, Jan. 3, 
1907: 2 c. Jan. 3, 1907.) 7464 

Hover (F. M. ), Missouri 
Valley, Iowa. 
Honesty. ( H 90623. Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 9, 1907. ) 7465 

Hubbard ( Arthur W. ) , Win- 
throp. Mass. 
Night bears. (H 90298, Feb. 7, 1907.) 

7466 

Teddy bear and bare Teddy. (H 90297, 

Feb. 7, 1907.) 7467 

Teddv's wash day. (H 90299, Feb. 7, 

1907.) 7468 

2 c. each Feb. 7, 1907. 

Hunnicutt (Walter), Tallu- 
]ah Falls. Ga. 
Devil's pulpit. (H 89978, Feb. 1, 1907; 
2 c, Jan. 24, 1907.) 7469 

Hutchings- Yotey organ com- 
pany, New York, 
N. Y. 
Thompson chapel organ, Vassar college. 
(H 90487. Nov. 6, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 6, 
1906.) 7470 

Illustrated post card novelty 

company, New 

York; N. Y. 

Capitol (The). Harrisburg, Pa. (H 

89981, Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 

7471 

Jackson (B. I).), Pasadena. 

Cal. 

Mt. Wilson after a snow storm. From 

Pasadena. (H 90013, Feb. 1, 1907.) 

7472 
Old Baldy. From summerland to win- 
ter. (H 90011, Feb. 1, 1907.) 7473 
Old Baldy in winter. From the San Ga- 
briel valley. (H 90010, Feb. 1, 1907.) 

7474 



202 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



Jackson, B. D. ), Pasadena, 

Cal. 

Winter morning view of old Baldv. From 

the San Gabriel valley. (H 90012, 

Feb. 1, 1907.) 7475 

Winter sunrise on Mt. Wilson. A. From 

Pasadena. (H 90014. Feb. 1, 1907.) 

7476 

Winter sunrise on old Baldy. From the 

San Gabriel vallev. (H 90009, Feb. 1, 

1907.) 7477 

2 c. each Feb. 1, 1907. 

Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, 
Norfolk, Va. 
Anchor of Merrimac. 887. (H 90004, 

Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7478 
888. (H 90005, Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 1, 1907.) 7479 

Baptism of Pocahontas. 875. (H 

90002, Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 

7480 
Camp Jamestown. 890. (H 89999, Feb. 

1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7481 

Exposition design. 3. 891. (H 90649, 

Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 

7482 
Jacquelin (Edward). 931. (H 90653, 

Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 

7483 
Jacquelin (Martha Gary). 932. (H 

90654, Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907. ) 

7484 
Jacquelin (Mary). 930. (H 90652, Feb. 

21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 7485 

Landing of Columbus. 874. (H 90001, 

Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7486 
Liberty bell. 964. (H 90657, Feb. 21, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 7487 

Little Hungary, Jamestown exposition. 

843. (H 90655, Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 

21, 1907.) 7488 

Mayflower. 873. (H 90000, Feb. 1, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.). 7489 

Old duelling pistols used by Decatur and 

Barron. 855. ( H 90646, Feb. 21, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 7490 

Palace of manufactures. 906. ( H 90650, 
Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 

7491 
Powhatan chimney. 963. (H 90656, 
Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 

7492 
Randolph (Frances Bland). 895. (H 

90647, Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 

7493 
Randolph (John) of Virginia. 896. (H 

90648, Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907. ) 

7494 

Red Top, home of Patrick Henry. 869. 

(H 89997, Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 

1907.) 7495 



Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, 
Norfolk, Va. 
Rhode Island bldg. Jamestown exposi- 
tion, nos. 798, 799, 800. (H 86151- 
86153, Dec. 4, 1906; 2 c. each Dec. 4, 
1906.) 7496 

Rosewell mansion. 870. ( H 89998, Feb. 
1,1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7497 

States exhibit building. 907. (H 90651, 
Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 

7498 

Tomb of Patrick Henry. 868. (H 89996, 

Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7499 

Virginia state capitol. 876. (H 90003, 

Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7500 

Johnson company, Salt Lake 

City, Utah. 

Presidents of the Relief society. (H 

90367, Feb. 11, 1907.) 7501 

Sleigh bell. (H 90366, Feb. 11, 1907.) 

7502 
2 c. each Feb. 11, 1907. 
Jones (W. S. ), Greensburg, 
Pa. 
Court house, Greensburg, Pa. (H 89989, 
Feb. 1, 1907.) 7503 

Greensburg, Pa. from No. 2 school build- 
ing. (H 89991, Feb. 1, 1907.) 7504 

from the court house. (LI 89990, 

Feb. 1, 1907.) 7505 

from the Pollins building. (H 

89992, Feb. 1, 1907.) 7506 

- from the railroad. (H 89993, Feb. 



1, 1907. 



7507 

(H 89994, Feb. 1, 



looking east 

1907.) 7508 

Main and Second sts. Greensburg, Pa. 
(H 89988, Feb. 1, 1907.) 7509 

School buildings, Greensburg, Pa. (H 
89995, Feb. 1,1907.) 7510 

2 c. each Feb. 1, 1907. 
Jordan studio, Boston, Mass. 
Draper (Lieut. Gov.). 1 to 3. (3) (H 
89821-89823, Jan. 31, 1907; 2c. each 
Jan. 31, 1907. 7511 

Kaddatz (Edgar C), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Leap (A) for life. (H 90149, Jan. 28, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 7512 

Kahili (Joseph B.), Port- 
land, Me. 
Dam. 7. (H 89709, Jan. 26, 1907.) 7513 
Feeder of the pond. 10. (H 89712, Jan. 
26, 1907.) 7514 

Long lake from Mt. Henry. 3. (H 
89705, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 7515 

Mt. Washington (The) from across the 
pond. 4. (H 89706, Jan. 26, 1907.) 

7516 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



203 



Kahili (Joseph B.), Port- 
land, Me. 
Mt. Washington from the lookout of the 

Mt. Washington. 5. (H 89707, Jan. 

26,1907.) 7517 

Mt. Washington from the porch of the 

Mt. Washington. 1. (H 89703, Jan. 

26,1907.) 7518 

Pleasant mountain and Highland lake. 

9. (H 89711, Jan. 26, 1907.) 7519 

Presidential range from Highland lake. 

2. (H 89704, Jan. 26, 1907.) 7520 
Presidential range from the Highlands. 

8. (H 89710, Jan. 26, 1907.) 7521 

Sunset rock. 6. (H 89708. Jan. 26, 1907.) 

7522 
2 c. each Jan. 26, 1907. 

Kellogg (Abbie Leonora ), 
Manchester, N. H. 
Game study. Two partridge, 8 by 10. 4. 
(H 90153, Jan. 29, 1907. ) 7523 

Two partridge, 11 by 14. 1. (H 

90150, Jan. 29, 1907. ) 7524 
Two partridge & one rabbit, 8 by 10. 

3. (H 90152, Jan. 29, 1907.) 7525 
Two partridge & two rabbit, 11 by 14. 

2. (H 90151, Jan. 29, 1907.) 7526 

2 c. each Jan. 29, 1907. 

Keystone view company, 

Meadville, Pa. 

After taking, (b) 12373. (H 81625, 

Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7527 
Aguinaldo the famous insurreeto and his 

son, Manila, Island of Luzon, P. I. 

10083. (H 78867, June 4, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7528 

Alcatroz island from Russian hill. 13287. 

(H 77280, May 12, 7906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 

1907.) 7529 

All the comforts of home one of the 

handsomest house boats on the riyer. 

on a St. Louis bar, Mo. TJ. S. A . 7192! 

(H 79222, June 11, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 

1907.) 7530 

Asleep 'neath floral tributes from many 

nations Ibsen's casket, Trinity church, 

Christiania, Norway. 13456. (H 81631, 

Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7531 

Banquet table at Fjeldsaster sanitarium, 
prepared for king Haakon VII, Queen 
Maud, the German emperor and their 
guests, July 9, 1906, Trondhjem. Nor- 
way. 13380. (H 87722, Dec. 26,1906, 
2 c. Feb. 26, 1907.) 7532 

Before and (a) 12372. (H 81624, 

Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7533 

Big (The) tree oyer sixty-five feet in cir- 
cumference, Stanley park, Vancouver, 
B. C. 10694. (H 81615, Aug. 3, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7534 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Billiard room of Napoleon I grand Tri- 
anon, Versailles, France. 7280. (H 
76145, Apr. 25, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 

7535 

Bird's-eveviewof Bethlehem from church 
of Nativity, Palestine. 10197. (H 
76099, Apr/25, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 

7536 

Bird's-eye view of Jerusalem, Palestine. 
11028. (H 76129, Apr. 25, 1906; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1907.) 7537 

Block (A) of tenements in which some 
of China's floating population dwell, 
Hong Kong, China. 12054. ( H 78882, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7538 

Brave (The) little huntress from town. 
11456. (H 86871, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1907.) 7539 

Bringing chemical wood pulp from wharf 
to the factory. Private electrical line, 
manufacture of paper, paper mills, 
Skotifos, Norway. 13476. (H 86913, 
Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7540 

But Papa, vou said vou wished Fido was 
a bird dog. 11452. ( II 81622, Aug. 3, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7541 

Cable block carriers transporting blocks 
from the sawmill to the grindstone. 
Manufacture of paper, paper mills, 
Skotifos, Norway. 13464. (H 86902, 
Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7542 

Canal scene. The mark of division be- 
tween the native and foreign settle- 
ments, Canton, China, 12056. (H 
87909, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28. 1906.) 

7543 

Carrying cleansed blocks up to the grind- 
stones. Looking down river. Manu- 
facture of paper, paper mills, Skotifos, 
Norway. 13466. (H 86904, Dec. 19, 
1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7544 

Cascos, the floating homes of many thou- 
sands, house boats on the Pasig river, 
Manila, Island of Luzon. P. I. 10085. 
(H 78869, June 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1906.) 7545 

Citv blacksmith shoeing buffalo on streets 
of Tarsus, Syria. 11156. (H 76609, 
May 4, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7546 

Cotton in the yards; negro rousters being 
fed, Vicksburg, Miss., U. S. A. (H 
79223, June 11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

7547 

Cross-bearers leading procession through 
the cemetery, Henrik Ibsen funeral, 
Christiania, Norway, 13457. (H 81632, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7548 

Cutting logs into blocks for grinding. 
An important process in the manufac- 
ture of paper, paper mills, Skotifos, 
Norway. 13463. (H 86901, Dec. 19, 
1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7549 



204 



CATALOGUE OF 'COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 
Don't increase the dose till I call again. 
11458. (H 86873, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1907.) 7550 

Dredge pipe southwest pass, Mississippi 
delta. U. S. A. 7188. (H 79218, June 
11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7551 

Drying machine which receives pulp 
from sorting machines. Manufacture 
of paper, paper mills, Skotifos, Nor- 
wav. 13469. (H 86907, Dec. 19, 1906; 
2 c. Feb. 8, 1907. ) 7552 

Filipino band, the Luneta on Eizal day, 
Manila, Island of Luzon, P. I. 10059. 
(H 78843, June 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1906.) 7553 

First cloister, Monastery of Lerins, Isles 
de Lerins, France. 7274. (H 72728, 
Feb. 2, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7554 

Gathering cocoanuts near Pagsanjan, 
Island of Luzon, P. I. 10075. (H 
78859, June 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 

7555 

Government palace, Honolulu. 10158. 
(H 78876, June 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1906.) 7556 

Great (The) commoner, William Jen- 
nings Bryan, greeting old friends from 
home, on his arrival at the New-York 
pier after trip around the world. 13357. 
(H 87720, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1907.) 7557 

Grindstones which convert the blocks 
into wood pulp. Manufacture of paper, 
paper mills, Skotifos, Norway. 13467. 
(H 86905, Dec. 19, 1906: 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1907.) 7558 

Hamburg (The) boat which accompanied 
emperor William's yacht to the coro- 
nation, Trondhjem, Norway. 13378. 
(H 87864, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c Feb. 8, 
1907.) 7559 

Ibsen casket in Trinity church, covered 
with flowers from all Europe, Chris- 
tiania, Norway. 13455. (H 81630, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7580 

Ibsen (Henrik) lying in state, family 
residence, Christiania, Norway. 13459. 
(H 81634, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1906. ) 7561 

Igarrote girls gathering sweet potatoes 
near Baguio, Island of Luzon, P. I. 
10063. (H 78847, June 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 28, 1906.) 7562 

Igarrote village in Benguet, Island of 
Luzon, P. I. 10080. (H 78864, June 
4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7563 

Igarrots planting rice, Island of Luzon, 
P. I. 10065. (H 78849, June 4, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7564 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 
In an olive orchard near Gaza, Palestine. 
7315. (H 87593, Dec. 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1907. ) 7565 

Indian (The) with his pipe of peace. 
12371. (H 81623, Aug. 3, 1906; 2c. Dec. 
28, 1906.) 7566 

Interesting (An) view of Christiania from 
Ekebers, Norway. 13478. (H 86915, 
Dec. 19, 1906; 2 C. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7567 

j James Flood building and Poodle Dog- 
restaurant. 13280. ( H 77287, May 12, 
1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7568 

i Juvenile (The) orchestra. 11453. (H 
86868, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907. ) 

7569 

Lighthouse (The) tender on which 

President Roosevelt nearly lost his life, 

Mississippi river, U. S. A. 7189. (H 

79219, June 11 , 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907. ) 

7570 

Little girls and fairy tales, a. 11459. 

(H 86874, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 

1907.) 7571 

Little girls and rat tails, b. 11460. (H 
86875, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 

7572 

Loading mules with beef and ice, Cule- 
bra Station, Panama railroad. 20855. 
(H 86866, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1907. ) 7573 

Looking down the locks of Loveid canal, 
Skotifos, Norwav. 13484. (H 86921, 
Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907. ) 7574 

Looking for something, Japan. 14887. 
(H 78832, June 4, 1906: 2 c. Feb. 8, 

1907.) 7575 

Lotus (A) bloom, Japan. 14886. (H 

78834, June 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 

7576 
Making a bird dog of him. 11451. (H 

81621, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 

7577 
Making a jetty mass, S. W. Pass. Pass- 
ing willows from barges to frame. 

New Orleans, La., U. S. A. 7191. (H 

79221 , June 11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

7578 
Manila hemp industry; binding bales 

with rattan. 10043. (H 77958, Mav 

19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7579 
bundles of fiber for local market. , 

10038. (H 77953, May 19, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7580 
cutting down the tree, Philippines. 

10034. (H 77949, May 19, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7581 
drying the fiber, Philippines. 10037. 

(H 77952, May 19, 1906.) 2 c. Dec. 

28, 1906. 7582 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



205 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 
Manila hemp industry; extracting the 
fiber, Philippines. 10036. (H 77951, 
May 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7583 

Filipino rope factory, hackling the 

fiber. 10046. (H 77961, Mav 19, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7584 

hauling fiber to market. 10039. 

(H 77954, Mav 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 

1906.) 7585 
interior of a native rope factory. 

10047. (H 77962, May 19, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7586 
loading a vessel. 10045. (H 77960, 

May 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7587 

manila rope in use, ships in all parts 

of the world are rigged with it. 10048. 

(H 77963, May 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 

1906. ) 7588 
native hemp press. 10041. (H 

77956, May 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 

7589 
pressing into bales, hydraulic press. 

10044. (H 77959, May 19. 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7590 
pressing into bales, native method. 

10042. (H 77957, Mav 19, 1906; 2 c. 

Dec. 28, 1906.) 7591 

selling in the native market. 10049. 

(H 77964, Mav 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1906.) 7592 

spreading hemp to drv. 10040. (H 

77955, Mav 19, 1906; 2 c'Dec. 28, 1906.) ; 

7593 

stripping the tree, Philippines. 

10035. (H 77950, Mav 19, 1906; 2 c. i 
Dec. 28, 1906.) 7594 \ 

weaving the finer quality into cloth, 

native method. 10051. (H 77966, 
May 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) | 

7595 ' 

winding spindles. 10050. (H 77965, 

May 19, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7596 ! 

Mightv (A) hunter; a Negrito shooting j 
wild boar, P. I. 10078. (H 78862, 
June 4, 1906, 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7597 

Monument of Galliera, Genoa, Italy, i 
7273. (H 72727, Feb. 2, 1906; 2 c. ! 
Feb. 8, 1907. ) 7598 i 

Moonlight on the straits of Georgia, Can- ! 
ada. 10695. (H 81616, Aug. 3, 1906; ! 
2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7599 ; 

Mountain climbing in Norwav. 13441. 
(H 76691, Mav 5, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1907. ) 7600 

Native manner of plowing and planting ; 
potatoes. Buarbrae glacier in back- 
ground, Hardanger, Norway. 13485. ! 
(H 86922, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, | 
1907.) 7601 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 
New (The) Calvary, outside Jerusalem, 
Palestine. 11170. (H 87908, Dec. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7602 

Office (The) desk of Norway's king, au- 
dience room, royal palace, Christiania. 
Norwav. 13479. (H 86916, Dec. 19; 
1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907. ) 7603 

Old Cavite church near Manila, an old 
insurgent stronghold bombarded by 
American guns, Island of Luzon, P. I. 
10086. (H 78870, June 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 28, 1906.) 7604 

Old Jewish synagogue on Sutter st. 
13281. (H 77288, May 12, 1906; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1907.) 7605 

One of the attractions of New York's 
most popular pleasure resort. Electric- 
al displav at Luna Park, Coney Island, 
N. Y. 14141. (II 87727, Dec. 26, 1906: 
2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7606 

One of the oldest churches in Norway. 
Gamle Akers church, Christiania, Nor- 
wav. 13482. (H 86919, Dec. 19, 1906; 
2 c" Feb. 8, 1907. ) 7607 

Packing cut paper for exportation. Manu- 
facture of paper, paper mills, Skotifos, 
Norwav. 13475. (H 86912, Dec. 19, 
1906; 2* c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7608 

Paper machine which receives pulp from 
mixers. Manufacture of paper, paper 
mills, Skotifos, Norwav. 13472. (H 
86909 Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8,1907.) 

7609 

Playing shower. 11455. (H 86870. Dec. 
19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7610 

Portion of great land slide eighty feet 
deep and about a mile in length 
caused bv earthquake near Berkeley, 
Cal. 13298. (H 81627, Aug. 3, 1906; 
2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 7611 

Prince Arthur's arrival at Vancouver. 
B. C, March 31, 1906. 10699. (H 
81620, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 

7612 

Prince Arthur driving through Van- 
couver, B. C, April, 1906. 10697. (H 
81618, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28,1906.) 

7613 

Eemarkable earthquake fissure in the 
Sobrante Hills near Berkeley, Cal. 
13299. (H 81626, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7614 

Royal (A) roadway through big trees, 
Stanley park, Vancouver. 10693. (H 
81614, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 

7615 

Running logs from rafts to sawmill. 
Manufacture of paper, paper mills, 
Skotifos, Norway. 13462. (H 86900, 
Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7616 



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Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Russian battleship Prinz Albert, bringing 
the Russian grand duke Michael to the 
coronation, Trondhjem harbor, Nor- 
way. 13492. (H 86929, Dec. 19, 1906; 
2 c. Feb. 8, 1907. ) 7617 

Sadly we laid him to rest; burial of Hen- 
rik Ibsen, Christiania, Norway. 13158. 
(H 81633, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
1906.) 7618 

Salon of Marie Antoinette, Petit Trianon, 
Versailles, France. 7279. (H 76144, 
Apr. 25, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907. ) 7619 

School children at play, Spreewald, Ger- 
many. 10353. (H 87809, Dec. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7620 

Side sectional view of a large paper ma- 
chine. Manufacture of paper, paper 
mills, Skotifos, Norway. 13473. (H 
86910, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 

7621 

Silk industrv, little cocoons, Japan. 
14885. (H" 78833, June 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 28, 1906.) 7622 

Sorting machines which receive pulp 
from the grindstones. Manufacture of 
paper, paper mills, Skotifos. Norway. 
13468. (H 86906, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Feb. 19, 1907. ) 7623 

Sorting (The) room of the paper mill. 
Manufacture of paper, Skotifos, Nor- 
way. 13474. (H 86911, Dec. 19, 1906; 
2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7624 

Soursop tree and fruit, Panama. 20856. 
(H 86867, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1907.) 7625 

South end of ferry-station, showing dam- 
age caused bv the earthquake, San 
Francisco, Cal 13295. (H 87910, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7626 

St. Francis hotel and its addition in course 
of construction. Remarkable for en- 
durance of both lire and earthquake, 
San Francisco, Cal. 13296. (H. 87911, 
Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7627 

Statue of Henrik Ibsen in front of Na- 
tional Theatre, Christiania, Norway. 
13483. (H 86920, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1907. ) 7628 

Sunday morning sport, an impromptu 
cock-fight in a Filipino village, Island 
of Luzon, P. I. 10089. (H 78873, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7629 

Table laid for king Haakon VII, queen 
Maud and their guests. Dining room, 
royal palace, Christiania, Norwav. 
13480. (H 86917, Dec. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1907.) 7630 

Temporary burial ground of some of the 
victims of the San Francisco earth- 
quake. 13285. (H 77292, May 12, 
1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7631 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Ten thousand children before the palace, 
waving the Norwegian flag and singing 
the national anthem. Coronation of 
king Haakon VII and queen Maud, 
Trondhjem, Norway. 13491. (H 86928, 
Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8,1907.) 7632 

Their last encampment National ceme- 
tery, Vicksburg. 7190. (H 79220, 
June 11, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1907.) 

7633 

Theseum (The), Athens, Greece. 7124. 
(H 76123, Apr. 25, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1907. ) 7634 

Transshipping coal, New Orleans, La. 
U. S. A. 7194. (H 79224, June 11, 
1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7635 

Trinity church, Akers street. St. Olafs 
church in the distance, Christiania, 
Norwav. 13481. (H 86918, Dec. 19, 
1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7636 

Tropic (A) shower, Island of Luzon, P. I. 
10087. (H 78871, June 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1907.) ( 7637 

United States mint saved in the very 
heart of the burned district. 13277. 
(H 76612, May 4, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 
1907.) 7638 

Very (A) serious case. 11457. (H 
86872, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8,1907.) 

7639 

Well known (The) Palace hotel, San 
Francisco. Not exempt from the fury 
of earthquake and fire. 13297. (H 
87912, Dec. 26, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906.) 

7640 

West room, physical laboratory, Baldwin 
locomotive works, Philadelphia, Pa., 
U. S. A. 70721. (H 70643, Dec. 23, 
1905; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1906.) 7641 

Where the Lotefos and the Skarsfos meet. 
A marvelous bit of scenerv, Hardanger, 
Norway. 13393. (H 86890, Dec. 19, 
1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7642 

Why did big sister send them to bed so 
early? 11461. (H 86876, Dec. 19, 
1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7643 

Wise little owls. 11454. ( H 86869, Dec. 
19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7644 

Y. M. C. A. building a total wreck. 
13279. (H 77286, May 12, 1906; 2 c. 
Feb. 8, 1907.) 7645 

Kilburn (B. W.), Littleton, 
N. H. 
At the head of Clear Creek canon, Colo. 
17071. (H 90528, Feb. 16, 1907.) 7646 
Bird's-eye-view of the mountains from 
St. Peter's dome, Colo. 17047. (H 
90504, Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7647 

Boulder canon on the Moffat route, Colo. 
17063. (H 90520, Feb. 16, 1907. ) 

7648 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



207 



Kilburn (B. W.), Littleton, 
N. H. 

Boulder park and Jenny lake in winter, 
Moffat route, Colo. 17064. (H 90521, 
Feb. 16, 1907.) 7649 

Cripple Creek as it appears from the 
Pike's Peak timber line, Colo. 17052. 
" ( H 90509, Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7650 

Cripple Creek, Colo. (Bird's-eve-view 
of. ) 17048. (H 90505, Feb. 16", 1907. ) 

7651 

Double-header on the Southern Pacific 
near San Luis Obispo, Cali. 17036. ( H 
90498, Feb. 16, 1907.) 7652 

Fast mail speeding through the Needles, 
Columbia river, Oregon. 17014. (H 
90501, Feb. 16, 1907.) 7653 

Feeding time at the pigeon farm, Los An- 
geles, Cali. 17038. (H 90495, Feb. 16. 
1907. ) 7654 

From this great continental divide, rivers 
flow to "the two great oceans, Colo. 
17077. (H 90534, Feb. 16, 1907.) 7655 

Gateway, Moffat road, Colo. 17066. (H 
90523* Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7656 

Gateway to the garden of the Gods, show- 
ing Pike's Peak, Colo. 17053. ( H 
90510, Feb. 16, 1907.) 7657 

Georgetown from the dizzy mountain 
heights, Colo. (Bird's-eve-view of.) 
17074. (H 90531, Feb. 16, 1907.) 7658 

Grandeur of Clear Creek canon, Colo. 
17070. ( H 90527, Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7659 

Gray's peak in winter, 14,000 feet above 
the level of the sea, Colo. 17075. (H 
90532, Feb. 16, 1907.) 7660 

Hanging rock, Clear Creek canon, Colo. 
1 7072. ( H 90529, Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7661 

Highest cemeterv in America, Cripple 
Creek, Colo. 17049. (H 90506, Feb. 
16, 1907.) 7662 

In the heart of the garden of the Gods, 
Colo. 17056. (If 90513, Feb. 16, 
1907.) 7663 

In the Narrows, Clear Creek canon, Colo. 
17069. ( H 90526, Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7684 

In the Needles, Columbia river, Oregon. 
17043. (H 90500, Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7665 

Middle park on the western slope of the 
Rockies, the Moffat route, Colo. 17061. 
(H 90518, Feb. 16. 1907.) 7666 

Moffat road near the crest of the moun- 
tain range, Colo. 17062. (H 90519, 
Feb. 16, 1907.) 7667 

Moffat scenic road at the head of Boulder 
canon, Colo. 17067. (H 90524, Feb. 
16, 1907.) 7668 

Mt. Hood, Oregon. 17046. (H 90503, 
Feb. 16, 1907.) 7669 

Mt. Rainier from Paradise valley, Wash. 
17039. ( H 90496, Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7670 

3595— ft 4. nos 10-13—07 4 



Kilburn (B. W.), Littleton, " 
N. H. 
! Mt. Tacoma, Wash. 17041. (H 90498, 
Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7671 

! Mysterv and charm of winter, Clear 
Creek canon, Colo. 17068. (H 90525, 
Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7672 

j Needles, Columbia river, Oregon. 17042. 
( H 90499, Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7673 

i On the great divide, in the dead of win- 
ter, Moffat route, Colo. 17065. (H 
90522, Feb. 16, 1907.) - 7674 

On the steep srade to Cripple Creek, Colo. 

17050. ( H 90507, Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7675 
j Peerless Wilton, grand champion, 11 

months oid, weight 975 lbs. Chicago 
stock show. 17034. (H 90491, Feb. 
16,1907.) 7676 

j Perpetual snow, on the roof of the Rock- 
ies, Colo. 17059. (H 90516, Feb. 16, 
1907.) 7677 

1 Read v for the steep grade on the Southern 
Pacific, Cali. 17035. (H 90492, Feb. 
16,1907.) 7678 

j Reflection lake, Mt. Rainier, Wash. 
17040. (H 90497, Feb. 16, 1907.) 

7679 

! Redon of terrific winds and snow, Grav's 
peak, Colo. 17076. ( H 90533, Feb. 16, 
1907.) 7680 

! Scenic grandeur near the summit of the 
short line R. R. to Cripple Creek, Colo. 

17051. (H 90508, Feb. 16, 1907.) 7681 
! Seventeenth bridge over the Sacramento 
i river near Shasta, Cali. 17037. (H 

90494, Feb. 16, 1907.) 7682 

i Siamese twins, garden of the Gods, Colo. 

17054. (tl 90511, Feb. 16, 1907. ) 7683 
; Stately castles, garden of the Gods, Colo. 

17055. ( H 90512, Feb. 16, 1907.) 7684 
I Through canons where the crystal waters 

play, Clear Creek canon, Colo. 17073. 
(H 90530, Feb. 16, 1907.) 7685 

! Victor, Colo. (Bird's-eve-view of) 17057. 

i (H 90514, Feb. 16, 1907.) 7686 

1 Victor, Colo., 9C00 feet above the level of 
the sea. 17058. (H 90515, Feb. 16, 
1907.) 7687 

! Where the snows of centuries lie, Rocky 
mountains, Colo. 17060. (H 90517, 
Feb. 16, 1907.) 7688 

j Youth and beauty, in the park, Portland, 
Oregon. 17045. (H 90502, Feb. 16, 
19070 ? 639 

2 c. each Feb. 16, 1907. 

Kleppinger (Herbert J.), 
Catasaqua, Pa, 
! Fifth street, north from Howertown road, 
Catasaqua, Pa., 54367. (H 86820, Dec. 
17,1906.) 7690 



208 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Kleppinger (Herbert J.), 
Catasaqua, Pa. 
View of fourth street from bridge, Cata- 
saqua, Pa. 54368. (H 86821, Dec. 17, 
1906.) 7691 

2 c. each Dec. 22, 1906. 

Knaffl & bro., Knoxville, 

Term. 

Answer. (H 86795, Dec. 8, 1906.) 7692 

Countess (The) ( H 86789, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 

7693 
Eloise. (H 86786, Dec. 8, 1906.) 7694 
Girlhood. ( H 86788, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 7695 
Iris. (H 86790, Dec. 8, 1906.) 7696 

Janice. ( H 86787, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 7697 
Matinee girl. ( H 86791 , Dec. 8, 1906. ) 

7698 
Priscilla. (H 86785 Dec. 8, 1906.) 7699 
Spring blossoms. ( H 86794, Dec. 8, 1906. ) 

7700 
Vivian. (H 86793, Dec. 8, 1906.) 7701 
2 c. each Dec. 8, 1906. 

Knudson (John), Darring- 
ton, Wash. 
White Horse. (H 89515, Jan. 18, 1907; 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1907; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 

7702 
Koch (Otto L. ), Chicago, 
111. 
Mucha (Alphonse M.) (H 90415, Feb. 
14, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1906.) 7703 

La Gorce (John Oliver), 
Washington, D. C. 
View of face of geographic medals of com- 
mander Robert E. Peary, U. S. N. ( H 
90314, Jan. 16, 1907.) " 7704 

View of reverse side of geographic med- 
als of commander Robert E. Pearv, 
U. S. N. ( H 90315, Jan. 30, 1907. ) 

7705 
2 c. each Jan. 16, 1907. 

Lamson studio, Portland, 

Me. 

Birches. (H 87493, Dec. 21, 1906.) 7706 

Mountain brook. (H 87495, Dec. 21, 

1906.) 7707 

Surf. (H 87494, Dec. 21, 1906.) 7708 

2 c. each Dec. 21, 1906. 

Lawrence (Geo. R. ) com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Chicago orchestra. (H 90562, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 7709 

Interior of the Hippodrome. Milwaukee, 

Wis. (H 90452, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 15, 1907. ) 7710 

Rustic bridge, Washington park, Chicago. 

(H 89680, Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 

1907.) 7711 



Lawrence (Geo. R. ) com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
View Vancouvers' castle from Hollister 
picnic grounds. (H 89681, Jan. 24, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 7712 

30th annual banquet American paper & 
pulp assn. New York, N. Y. (H 
90563, Feb. 18, 1907: 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907. ) 

7713 
Lazarnick (N. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Lucke, Prof. Chas.' Edward, and his as- 
sistant and mechanic in his laboratory 
making alcohol tests for the U. S. gov- 
ernment. (H 90156, Jan. 25 ; 1907.) 7714 
Lucke, Prof. Chas. Edward, and his me- 
chanic in his laboratory making alcohol 
test for the U. S. government. (H 
90155, Jan. 25, 1907.) 7715 

Lucke, Prof. Chas. Edward, in his lab- 
oratory. ' ( II 90154, Jan. 25, 1907. ) 7716 
2 c. each Jan. 25, 1907. 

Leontine (Sister, Mary), 
Seattle, Wash. 
Academy of the holy names. (H 86461, 
Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906. ) 7717 

Lightfoot (Mrs. R. N.), 
Shorter, Ala. 
Be it ever so humble, there's no place 
likehome. (H 86329, Dec. 8, 1906.) 7718 

Cotton in all its stages. (H 86328, Dec. 
8, 1906.) 7719 

2 c. each Jan. 26, 1907. 

Lincoln club, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 
Lincoln (Abraham). (H 89671, Jan. 24, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1907.) 7720 

Lindsley (Laurence Denny), 
Seattle, Wash. 
Chelan series. 400-410. (H 88728-88738, 
Jan. 5, 1907.) 7721 

Glacier peak. 411-416. (H 88739-88744, 
Jan. 5, 1907.) 7722 

2 c. each Jan. 5, 1907. 

McBride (C. C.) Sturgis, 
S. Dak. 
Chief Appah, chief of the Ute Indians, 
and son-in-law Andrew Frank. 32. 
(H 89725, Jan. 28, 1907.) 7723 

Chief Red Cap and family. 37. (H 
89728, Jan. 28, 1907.) 7724 

Chief Red Cap. Chief of the Ute Indi- 
ans. 31. (H 89724, Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7725 

Four Ute Indian agitators. 1. Apona, 

2. Rainbow, 3. Chuponas, 4. Pompy. 

33. (H 89726, Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7726 

— 38. (H 89729, Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7727 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



209 



McBride (C. C), Sturgis, 
S. Dak. 
Four Ute Indian agitators. 1. Chu- 
ponas, 2. Pompv, 3. Apona, 4. Rain- 
bow. 34. (H 89727, Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7728 
2 c. each Jan. 14, 1907. 

McCariless (J. M.), Ashe- 
ville, X. C. 
Catawba falls. (H 89675, Jan. 22, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 7729 

McClintock (Norman), Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 
All gone. (H 89702, Jan. 26, 1907.) 

7730 
Christmas morning. (H 89700, Jan. 26, 
1907.) 7731 

Um-m-m! I H 89701, Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

7732 
2 c. eacn Jan. 26, 1907. 

McCorkle (James H.), Cape 

Elizabeth. Me. 

Crawford Notch. (H V0480, Feb. 15, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 7733 

Portland head light, (H 90083, Feb. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7734 

McKoon (Fannie M. ), San 
Dieojo, Cal. 
The 49er. (H 86454, Dec. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Dec. 13, 1906. 7735 

Mallory (Frank £>.), Flem- 
ington, N. J. 
I am sending vou the rocks. (Ff 89644, 
Jan. 22, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1907. ) 7736 

Mann (H. C), Norfolk, Ya. 

Blandford church, Petersburg, Va, (H 

90645, Feb. 21, 1907.) 7737 

Center Hill, Petersburg, Va. ( H 90644, 

Feb. 21, 1907.) 7738 

2 c. each Feb. 21, 1907. 

Maple (George), Pendleton, 
Oreg. 

Dispute with the bar tender. (H 90604. 

Feb. 18, 1907.) 7739 

Doctor at work. 1. 2. 3. (H 90599- 

90601, Feb. 18, 1907.) 7740 

Making a tenderfoot dance. (H 90605, 

Feb. 18, 1907.) 7741 

One we missed last fall. 1. 2. (H 90602- 

90603, Feb. 18, 1907.) 7742 
2 c. each Feb. 4, 1907.) 

Marceau (Theo. C. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Darlington (Dr. Thomas) Panel. (H 
89713, Jan. 26, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1907. ) 

7743 

11 by 14. (H 89714, Jan. 26, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 7744 

17 by 20. (H 89715, Jan. 26, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 7745 



Marceau (Theo. C. ), Xew 
York, N. Y. 
Fish (Mrs. Stuyvesant) (H 90008, Feb. 
1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7746 

Stevens (F. C. ) 1 to 2. (H 90161, 
90162, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. each Feb. 6, 
• 1907. ) 7747 

Martin (John N.), Millville, 
X. J. 
Boat houses, Union Lake pond, Mill- 
ville, N. J. (H 90300, , Feb. 8, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 25, 1907. ) 7748 

Meade (G. \V.), Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Perkins (Anna) Back view. (H 89719, 
Jan. 26, 1907. ) 7749 

Front view. (H 89718, Jan. 26, 

1907. ) 7750 

2 c. each Jan. 9, 1907. 

Meddaugh (J. E.), Walson- 
ville, Cal. 

Junipero oak. (H 89986, Jan. 31, 1907.) 

7751 

Landing of Junipero Serro, Monterey, 

Cal., June 3, 1770. (H 89987, Jan. 31, 

1907.) 7752 

2 c. each Jan. 15, 1907. 

Meiser (Jesse A.), Eureka, 

Cal. 

Evening scene on Humboldt bay. (H 

90363, Feb. 11, 1907.) 7753 

Gillett ( Gov. J. N. ) 1. (FI 90360), Feb. 

11,1907.) 7754 

2. (H 90361, Feb. 11, 1907.) 7755 

Waterfront of Eureka, California. (H 
90362, Feb. 11, 1907.) 7756 

2 c. each Feb. 11, 1907. 

Metier (Amasa Emmons), 
Adrian, Mich. 
Modern madonna. (H 89668, Jan. 14, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1907.) 7757 

Miller (C. R.), McCloud, 
Cal. 
Mt, Shasta from Sisson, Cal. (H 89780, 
Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7758 

Mishkin (H.), Xew York, 
N. Y. 
Altchefsky (Ivan) 1. 2. (H 90015- 
90016, Feb. 1, 1907.) 7759 

Bassi (Amedeo^ 4. 5. 6. (H 90024- 
90026, Feb. 1, 1907.) 7760 

De Cisneros (Eleanore) 9. 10. 11. 12. 
13. 14. 15. (H 90017-90023, Feb. 1, 
1907.) 7761 

2 c. each Feb. 1, 1907. 

Mishkin studio, Xew York, 
X. Y. 
Bassi (Amedeo) 7.8. ( H 90039-90040, 
Feb. 2, 1907.) 7762 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Mishkin studio, New York, 
N. Y. 
Gianoli (Bressler) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. (H 
90034-90038, Feb. 2, 1907. ) 7763 

Sammarco (Mario) 1. (H 90041, Feb. 
2, 1907.) 7784 

2 c. each Feb. 2, 1907. 

Mission art company, San 
Jose, Cal. 
Looking for trouble. (H 90027, Feb. 1, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7765 

Moore (Alice M.), York, 
Nebr. 
Dream of the future. (H 74625, Mar. 
16, 1906; 1 c. Feb. 19, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 
16, 1906.) 7786 

Moore (Frank Winder), 
Indiana, Pa. 
Salt Lake City, Utah, north from Des- 
eret news building. (H 84610, Nov. 5, 
1906.) 7767 

south from Deseret news building. 

(H 84612, Nov. 5, 1906.) 7768 

2 c. each May 21, 1906. 

Montross (N. E.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Brooklyn bridge. From the painting by 

Childe Hassam. (7£by7) (H 88165, 

Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1906. ) 7769 
Memories. From the painting by J. Al- 

den Weir. 6f by 8*. ( H 89205, Jan. 

11, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1907.) 7770 

Ploughing for buckwheat. From the 

painting bv J. Alden Weir. 5| by 8-|. 

(H 89204, "Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 11, 

1907.) 7771 

Morris (Chas. E. ), Chinook, 
Mont, 
Cattle herd going to water. (H 90620, 
Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1907.) 7772 

Morris (Harold J.), Sagi- 
naw, Mich. 
Royal entertainment. The Edison in 
the lion's den. (H 90137, Feb. 6, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 6, 1907.) 7773 

Muller (Anna A. ), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Indian summer. (H 89687, Nov. 28, 
1906.) 7774 

Sonqua. (H 89688, Jan. 25, 1907.) 

2 c. each Nov. 26, 1906. ) 7775 

Mystique Krewe of Ka-noo-no, 
Syracuse, N. Y. 
Columbus at the Court of Spain. (LI 
80509, July 11, 1906. 7776 

Cortez and his allies. (H 80516, July 11, 
1906.) 7777 

Cortez at Santiago. (H 80511, July 11, 
1906. ) 



Mystique Krewe of Ka-noo-no, 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Cortez defeats' Narvez. (H 80521, July 

11,1906.) 7778 

Cortez destrovs his ships. (H 80515, 

July 11,1906.) 7779 

Cortez, Montezuma's guest, (H 80517, 

July 11, 1906.) 7780 

Cortez, the conquistadore. (H 80523, 

July 11, 1906.) 7781 

Dethroning the Aztec gods. (H 80519, 

July 11, 1906.) 7782 

Founding of Vera Cruz. (H 80514, Julv 

11, 1906.) 7783 

Kar of Ka-noo-no 1916 — opening the ca- 
nal. (H 80524, July 11, 1906. ) 7784 
Montezuma's embassadors. (H 80513, 

July 11, 1906.) 7785 

Montezuma's death. (H 80520, Julv 11, 

1906.) 7786 

Rescue of Donna Marina. (H 80512, 

July 11, 1906.) 7787 

Return from America. (H 80510, July 

11,1906.) 7788 

Seizure of Montezuma. (H 80518, Julv 

11, 1906.) 7789 

Victory at Ompal. (H 80522, July 11, 

1906.) 7790 

2 c. each July 11, 1906. 

Northrop (Herbert N. ), Som- 

erville, Mass. 

Teddy bear captured. (H 89598, Jan. 

19, 1907.) 7791 
Teddv bear friends. (H 89596, Jan. 19, 

1907.) 7792 

Teddy bear hug. (H 89597, Jan. 19, 

1907.) 7793 
2 c. each Jan. 29, 1907. 

Oliver (Warren Mack), Law- 
ton, Okla, 
Geronimo. Apache chief. A, B. (H 
89685, 89686, Jan. 25, 1907. ) 7794 

2 c. each Jan. 25, 1907. 

Parkinson art company, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Caught with the goods. (H 90639, Feb. 

20, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1907.) 7795 

Pratt (Edmund C. ), Aurora, 
111. 
Hurd's island, willows and river. (H 
90632, Feb. 20, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1907. ) 

7796 

Putnam (Erwin D.), Antrim, 
N. H. 
Gregg pond brook, Antrim, N. H. (H 
89976, Jan. 31, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 

7797 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



211 



Rau (William H.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Marlborough Blenheim and boardwalk, 
Atlantic Citv, N. J. 16 bv 36. A. 
2433. (H 90418, Feb. 14, 1907.) 7798 
Marlborough Blenheim, Atlantic City, 
N.J. 16 by 36. A. 2434. (H 90417, 
Feb. 14, 1907.) 7799 

A. 2435. (H 90416, Feb. 14, 1907.) 

7800 
2 c. each Feb. 14, 1907. 

Reed (Norman H. ), Santa 
Barbara, Cal. 
Larco's pelican (c). (H 90132, Feb. 4, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7801 

Regnier (Louis De V. ), Den- 
ver, Colo. 
Ice palace. Argentine central ry., Colo. 
(H 89776, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1907.) 7802 

Reyes (P. V.), Avalon, 
Cal. 
Avalon, Santa Catalina IsL, looking east. 
(H 90357, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1907.) 7803 

Rippel (Conrad), Sunburv, 
Pa. 
Gaskin's military band. (H 89723, Jan. 
28, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 7804 

Robinson (George Finlay), 
New York, N. Y. 
Some of her pets. (H 89982, Feb. 1, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) 7805 

Rochester news company, 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Willow pond. (H 90558, Feb. 18, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 7806 

Rotograph company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Birthday greetings. B. 1914. (H 90266, 
Feb. 7, 1907.) 7807 

B. 1916. ( H 90267, Feb. 7, 1907. ) 

7808 
Greeting from Baltimore. B. 1912. (H 

90263, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7809 
Greeting from Boston. B. 1911. (H 

90264, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7810 
Greeting from Detroit. B. 1910. (H 

90265, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7811 
Greetings from Philadelphia. B. 1909. 

(H 90262, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7812 

Washington's birthday card. B. 1917. 

(H 90268, Feb. 7, 1907.) 7813 
2 c. each Feb. 7, 1907. 

Rungius (Carl). Brooklyn. 
N. Y. 
Curiosity. (H 83958, Oct. 18, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 18. 1906.) 7814 



Shoemaker (J. F.), St. An- 
thony, Idaho. 
Teton peaks. From St. Anthony, Idaho. 
(H 90401, Feb. 12, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1907.) 7815 

Simon (Abraham), Bakers- 
field, Cal. 
Hicks (Lindsay B.) Erect. 1. (H 
89740, Jan. 28, 1907.) 7816 

Recumbent, 2. (H 89741, Jan. 28, 

1907.) 7817 

2 c. each Jan. 4, 1907. 

Simpson (Alfred L. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Arrah Wanna. (H 90313, Feb. 9, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 7818 

Skolas (Julia), Colorado 
Springs, Colo. 
American beauty. (H 90424, Feb. 14, 
1907; 2 c. Feb.* 14, 1907.) 7819 

Slade (George F.) jr., Chel- 
sea, Mass. 
Blodgetts landing, Lake Sunapee. 6. (H 

89569, Jan. 19, 1907.) 7820 

Burkehaven hotel and Lake Sunapee. 

5. (H 89568, Jan. 19, 1907.) 7821 

Cottages at Brightwood, Lake Sunapee. 

4. (H 89567, Jan. 19, 1907.) 7822 

Georges Mills, N. H. from the lake. 11. 

(H 89574, Jan. 19, 1907.) 7823 

Granliden hotel, Lake Sunapee. 9. (H 

89572, Jan. 19, 1907. ) 7824 

Lake Sunapee from Sunapee mountain. 

1. (H 89564, Jan. 19, 1907.) 7825 

Lakeside House and Lake Sunapee. 10. 

(H 89573, Jan. 19, 1907.) 7826 

Loon island light, and Mt. Sunapee. 7. 

(H 89570, Jan. 19, 1907.) 7827 

Pine Cliff landing, Lake Sunapee. 3. 

(H 89566, Jan. 19, 1907.) 7828 

Steamboat landing, Sunapee harbor, 

N. H. 8. (H 89571, Jan. 19, 1907.) 

7829 
Steamers at Lake Sunapee station. 2. 

(H 89565, Jan. 19, 1907.) 7830 

2 c. each Jan. 19, 1907. 

Smith (Albert B.), Law- 
rence, Mass. 
Wood mill. (H 90486, Feb. 16, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7831 

Smith (Frederick Stetson), 
Lynn, Mass. 
Reef after a storm. (H 90552, Feb. 16, 
1907.) 7832 

Winter on the coast, (H 90551, Feb. 16, 
1907.) 7833 

2 c. each Feb. 16, 1907. 



212 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Smith (H. M,), New York, 
N. Y. 
Clews {Mrs. Henry), jr., and son. (H 
89655, Jan. 23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 

7834 
Smith (S. C), North Ya- 
kima, Wash. 
An ice jam and island in the Yakima 
river, Wash. 1322. (H 90089, Feb. 
4, 1907.) 7835 

At the edge of a Yakima river ice jam, 
Wash. 1321. (H 90088, Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7836 
Faith. 1317. (H 90086, Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7837 

On a great ice jam in the Yakima river, 

Wash . 1320. ( H 90087, Feb. 4, 1907. ) 

7838 

Pretty misty falls, Hurricane canon, 

Oregon. 43. (H 90084, Feb. 4, 1907. ) 

7839 
There's something in the horn. 1303. 
(H 90085, Feb. 4, 1907.) 7840 

2 c. each Feb. 4, 1907. 

Smith ( W. S. ), Meadville, Pa. 

Birthplace of Robert Burns, Ayr, Scot- 
land. 203. (H 78748, June 4, 1906. ) 

7841 

House (The) and window from which 
St. Paul escaped, Damascus, Svria. 
1221. (H 78798, June 4, 1906.) 7842 

In the surf, Atlantic City, N. J. 1549. 
(H 80361, July 9, 1906.) 7843 

Looking n. e. from 5th st., showing James 
Flood building after the earthquake, 
San Francisco, Cal. 1570. (H 80369, 
July 9, 1906.) 7844 

Massive columns of great Temple of the 
Sun, Baalbec, Syria. 1218. (H 78809, 
Jane 4, 1906.) 7845 

Miles of pork, Union stock yards, Chi- 
cago, 111. 1554. (H 78742, June 4, 
1906.) 7846 

Queen's (The) drawing room, Royal 
palace, Stockholm, Sweden. 2103. (H 
78785, June 4, 1906. ) 7847 

Rose (A) from the garden of love. 1406. 
(H 80323, July 9, 1906.) .7848 

State street, the great business thorough- 
fare of Chicago, 111. 1553. (H 80365, 
July 9, 1906. ) 7849 

Village (The) of Interlaken and Jungfrau 
in the distance, Switzerland. 2002. (H 
78750, June 4, 1906. ) 7850 

Wealth (A) of tropical vegetation, 
Island of Martinique, W. I. 610. (H 
80317, July 9, 1906.) 7851 

2 c. each Dec. 28, 1906. 

Stafford ( F. J . ) , Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

Black Eagle. (H 89742, Jan. 28, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 19, 1907. ) 7852 



Stowell (Chas. G.), Niles, 

Mich. 

For my soul it seems caught in old time's 

undertow and I am floating away down 

the river St. Joe. (H 86859, Nov. 22, 

1906; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7853 

Sweeney (Samuel), Alle- 
gheny, Pa. 
Daniel in the lion's den. ( H 90594, Feb. 
18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 7854 

Swords brothers, York, Pa. 
Survivors of the Worth infantry. (H 
90597, Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1907.) 7855 

Taylor (Charles H.), Wo- 
burn, Mass. 
White lane. (H 89716, Jan. 26, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 26, 1907. ) 7856. 

Taylor (G. E.), Rochester, 
N. Y. 
Gas filling machine. (H 89722, Jan. 28, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1907.) 7857 

Taylor brothers company 
(incorporated), Battle 
Creek, Mich. 
i In clover. (H 89299, Jan. 7, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 7, 1907.) 7858 

Thibault (Joseph), Fall 
River, Mass. 
Rev. P. Basinski and Saint Stanislas. 
Church design. (H 89977, Jan 31, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 7859 

Thomas (Carl.M.), Madi- 
son, Wis. 
Burning of Wisconsin's capitol. (H 
89460, Jan. 16, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1907.) 

7860 

Thompson (Ernest), New- 
port, Wash. 
Newport, Washington and Idaho. (H 
89002, Jan. 5, 1907; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1906.) 

7861 

Tyroler (James), New York, 
N. Y. 
Chums. (H 90664, Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb.. 21, 1907.) 7862 

Underwood & Underwood, 

New York, N. Y. 

U 57259; U 57762; U 57817; U 68501; 

U 88618. (H 89691-89695, Jan. 25, 

191-7; 2 c. each Jan. 26, 1907.) 7863 
U 58034; U 78524; U 78529. (H 89773- 

89775, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 28, 

1907.) 
U 57897; U 59362; U 93848; U 93860; U 

93927; U 96162. (H 89802-89807, Jan. 

29, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 30, 1907.) 

U 93845; U 97312. (H 89810-89811, Jan. 

30, 1907; 2 c. each Jan. 30, 1907.) 



PHOTOGKAPHS 



213 



Underwood & Underwood, 

New York, N. Y. 

U 69063; U 69957; U 70000; U 70007 



U 83251 
U 83308 
U 83400 
U 83452 
U 83483 
U 83753 
U 83835 
U 83877 
U 84039 
U 84101 
U 84143 
U 84197 
U 84259 
U 84509 
U 84650: 
U 84691 
U 84754 
U 84846 
U 84899 
U 85015 
U 85046 
U 85617 



U 83253; U 83283: U 83303 
U 83316; U 83355; U 83367 
U 83418; U 83420; U 83440 
U 83454; U 83470; U 83479 
U 83495; U 83511; U 83585 
U 83782; U 83806; U 83832 



U 83839; 



U 83858 



2 c. each 

U 55186 
U 61929 
U 66408 
U 67125 

U 67169 
U 76643 
U 76728 



U 83841 
U 83966; U 84008; U 84023 
U 84042; U 84065; U 84086 
U 84108; U 84113; IT 84136 
U 84161: U 84176; U 84195 
U 84201; U 84240; U 84250 
U 84263; U 84267; U 84502 
U 84629; U 84634; U 84643 
U 84683: U 84686; U 84689 
U 84700; U 84734; U 84752 
U 84780; TJ 84787; U 84827 
U 84869; U 84879; U 84897 
U 84916; U 84974; U 84984 
U 85030; U 85033; U 85042 
U 85060; U 85565; U 85593 
U 85621; U 85628; U 85665 
(H 89825-89916, Jan. 31, 1907 
Jan. 31, 1907. ) 
U 38540; U 38581; U 54921; 
U 55234; U 61097; U 61686; 
-U 63423; U 66308; U 66389: 
U 66423: U 66491; U 66543; 
U 67131; U 67137; U 67158: 
U 71038; U 75955; U 76558; 
U 76677; U 76687; U 76706 
U 81239; U 91641; U 92421; U 95455. 
(H 90051-90082, Feb. 4,1907; 2 c. each 
Feb. 4, 1907. ) 
U 46431; U 94437-2; U 96211; U 96300; 
U 96639; U 97312-2. (H 90246-90251, 
Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. each Feb. 5, 1907.) 
U 33186; U 33213; U 33476; U 33870 
U 33998; U 44878; U 48171; U 48194 
U 48204; U 48206; U 48224; U 48226 
U 48227; U 48231 ; U 48232; D 48238 
U 48243; U 48248; U 48253; U 48255 
U 48263; U 49507; U 52547; U 70867 
U 78529-2; U 78535; U 78535-2; U 78549 
U 81317; U 81401 ; U 81401-2; U 82288 
U 82288-2; U 82296; U 82296-2; U 90489 
U 90505; U 909*1; U 91638; U 91796 
U 92167; V 92205; U 92276; U 93874 
U 93880; U 93882; TJ 93893: U 94882-3 
U 94600; TJ 94600-2; U 94991-2; U 
94991-3; U 94955; U 94955-2; U 94955-3; 
U 95015; U 95015-2; U 95021-2; U 
95021-3; U95022; U 95022-2; U 95022-3 
U 95450; U 95450-2; U 95653; U 95653-2 
U 95653-3; U 95672; U 95672-2; U 95680 
U 95680-2; U 95682; U 95682-2; U 95694 
U 95694-2; U 95700; U 95700-2; U 95709 
U 95709-2; U 95717; U 95717-2; U 95722 
U 95722-2. (H 90172-90176; 90164 
90177-90193; 90261 ; 90194-90210; 90165- 
9017 1;&02 11-9021 9; 90223-90224; 90220- 
90222; 9022.5-90245, Feb. 6, 1907; 2 c. 
each Feb. 7, 1907. ) 



Underwood & Underwood, 

New York, N. Y. 

U 45315. (H 90319, Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 9, 1907. ) 
U 52064; U 52065; U 87308; U 87311; U 

89646; U 89649; U 93844; U 93850; U 
•93855-2; U 93869; U 93887; U 93892; 

U 93897; U 93911; U 93913; U 93921; 

U 93926; U 96054; U 96190; U 96209; 

U 96244; U 96245; U 96246; U 96247; 

U 96250; U 96281; U 96289; U 96294; 

U 96305; U 96308; U 96319; U 96645; 

U 97311. (H 90319-90351, Feb. 9, 1907; 

2 c. each Feb. 9, 1907.) 
U 57418; U 95038; U 95983-2; U 95984-3; 

U 95984-4; U 96688; U 97326; U 97328. 

(H 90373-90380, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. 

each Feb. 11, 1907. ) 
U 87839; U 91064; U 91065; U 91077; U 

91081; U 91414; U 91417; U 95904; U 

96509; U 96513; U 96579; U 97632; U 

97737. (H 90385-90387; 90389; 90388; 

90390-90397, Feb. 12, 1907; 2 c. each 

Feb. 13, 1907.) 
U 44708; U 97731. ( H 90413-90414, Feb. 

13, 1907; 2 c. each Feb. 14, 1907.) 

U 97382; U 97385; U 97387; U 97388; U 
97391; U 97392; TJ 97394; U 97395; U 
97400; U 97401; U 97402. (H 90425- 
90435, Feb. 14, 1907; 2 c. each Feb. 15, 
1907. ) 

U 97781; U 97782; U 97784; U 97785. (H 
90443-90446, Feb. 15, 1907; 2 c. each 
Feb. 16, 1907.) 

U 56380; TJ 97335; U 97619; U 97622 
U 97623; U 97624; U 97630; U 97638 
U 97639; U 97641; U 97646; U 97651 
U 97653; U 97713; U 97746. (H 90535 
90537-90550, Feb. 16, 1907; 2 c. each 
Feb. 16, 1907.) 
I U 96673; U 96679; U 96680; U 97323; 
U 97619-2; U 97632-2; U 97632-3. 
(H 90611-90612: 90613-90617. Feb. 19, 
1907; 2 c. each Feb. 20, 1907.) 

1 U 73120; TJ 95886; U 96678; U 97734; 

U 97937; U 97938. (H 90633-90638, 

Feb. 20, 1907; 2 c. each Feb. 21, 1907,) 
; U 26619; U 26683; U 26693; U 26721. 

(H 90658-90661, Feb. 21, 1907: 2 c. 

each Feb. 23, 1907. ) 

Van Oeyen (L. ). Cleveland. 
Ohio! 
Johnson (Ben B.) and Harry Pulliam in 
session. (H 89801, Jan. 29, 1007; 2 c. 
Jan. 29, 1907.) 7864 

Vitagraph company of Amer- 
ica, New York, N. Y. 
Fun in a fotograf gallery. (H 89980, 
Feb. 1, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1907.) 7865 
| Haunted (The) hotel. (H 90641, Feb. 
21. 1907; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1907.) 7866 



214 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Wadleigh {Mrs. E. Tolman), 
Fitchburg, Mass. 
American victory. (H 85436, Nov. 10. 
1906; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1907.) 7867 

Wallace (William Archi- 
bald), Lewisburg, W. Va, 
Farley's Notch. Near New Richmond, j 
W. Va. (H 90412, Feb. 12, 1907.) 

7868 

New Richmond falls, Sandstone, W. Va. 

A. B. C. (H 90409-90411, Feb. 12, 

1907.) 7869 

2 c. each Dec. 31, 1906. 

White (H. C. ) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 

Alligators on the bank ox an Indian lake. 
266-A. (H 89651, Jan. 22, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 21, 1907.) 7870 

Along the palm-fringed shore of Ceylon. \ 
183-B. (H 89650, Jan. 22, 1907; 2 c. 
Jan. 21, 1907.) 7871 

Carding room laps are put into slivers, : 
White Oak mills, Greensboro, N. O., 
U. S. A. 13808. (H 89661, Jan. 23, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907. 7872 

Daijeeling & Himalaj T as, with Tibetan 
man & two Tibetan women in fore- 
ground. 316-A. (H 89616, Jan. 22, ! 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 7873 

Didn't vou know who 'twas grandpa? 
5287. " (H 89659, Jan. 23, 1907; 2 c. i 
Jan. 23, 1907.) 7874 

Drawing frames, five strands are drawn i 
into one. White Oak mills, Greensboro. 
N. C, U. S. A. 13809. (H 89662, Jan. 
23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 7875 

East river and Williamsburg bridge, from 
Brooklyn tower of Brooklvn bridge, 
New York, TJ. S. A. 54. (H 90090, i 
Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7876 i 

Election night in New York. Times 
b'ld'g, and the great white wa}'. 69. 
(H 89656, Jan. 23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, : 
1907.) 7877 : 

Famous carved arches in the mosque Aji- j 
nere. 270-A. ( H 89654, Jan. 22, 1907; i 
2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 7878 

Gate of Akbars tomb from cuoola of the I 
Mausoleum. 397-1. (H 89653, Jan. 
22, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 7879 

Ithaca falls, Fall creek, Ithaca, N. Y., ! 
U. S. A. 562. (H 89657, Jan. 23, : 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 7880 

Mahomedan boys leaping from a sixty : 
feet high tower into a sacred tank, I 
Telhi. 213-B. (H 89647, Jan. 22, I 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 7881 

North up B'dway from 32nd st., Herald 
and Times (26 stories) bldgs., in dis- 
tance^ New York, U. S. A. 59. (H , 
90091, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

7882 



White (H. C. ) company, 

North Bennington, Vt. 

One of the most picturesque spots in 

India, the holy tank of Ulavar. 219-B. 

(H 89649, Jan. 22, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 

1907.) 7883 

Picking cotton on a great plantation in 

North Carolina, V. S. A. 13801. (H 

89660, Jan. 23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 

7884 

Pillow (The) fight. ' All down and the 

battle over. 5261. ( H 90093, Feb. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7885 

Slubbers, where yarn is given first twist, 
White Oak mills, Greensboro, N. C. 
U. S. A. 13810. (H 89663, Jan. 23, 
1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 7886 

Spinning room, 60,000 spindles in the 
great White Oak cotton mills, Greens- 
boro, N. C, U. S. A. 13812. Ul 89664. 
Jan. 23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 

7887 

Spooling the yarn to be washed and dyed, 
White Oak cotton mills, Greensboro, 
N. C, TJ. S. A. 13813. (H 89665, Jan. 
23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 7888 

State elephants of the Maharajah of Jey- 
pore. 240-C. (H 89648, Jan. 22, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 7889 

Taj Mahel Agra. 361-A. ( H 89652, Jan. 
22, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1907.) 7890 

Ten, ten, double ten, fortv five and fif- 
teen. 5264. ( II 89658, "Jan. 23, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 7891 

Vast weaving room, 2,000 looms, in the 
great White Oak cotton mills, Greens- 
boro, N. C. U. S. A. 13816. (H 
89666, Jan. 23, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1907.) 

7892 

Where every month is summer. Camp- 
ing life in Southern California. U. S. A. 
693. (H 90092, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 
4, 1907.) 7893 

Williams (Jno. ) (Incorpo- 
rated), New York, N. Y." 
Bronze quadriga by Daniel C. French 
and E. C. Potter. * i H 85887, Nov. 28, 
1906; 2 c. Nov. 28, 1906.) 7894 

Wohlbruek (Theodor Clem- 
ens), Worcester, Mass. 
Woman's club building, Worcester, Mass. 
Colonial A suite. "1, 2. (H 90576- 
90577, Feb. 18, 1907.) 7895 

Colonial B suite. 1, 2, 3. (H 

90579-90581, Feb. 18, 1907.) 7896 

Dutch suite. 1. (H 90573, Feb. 

18, 1907.) 7897 
Reception room. (H 90566, Feb. 

18,1907.) 7898 
Renaissance suite. 1, 2, 3. (H 

90569-90571, Feb. 18, 1907.) 7899 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



215 



Wohlbriick (Theodor Clem- 
ens), Worcester, Mass. 

Second floor coridor. (H 90572, 

Feb. 18, 1907.) 7900 

Serving room. (H 90578, Feb. 18, 

1907.) 7901 

Stair case. (H 90568, Feb. 18, 1907. ) 

7902 

Tuckerman hall. (H 90567, Feb. 

18, 1907.) 7903 

2 c. each Feb. 11, 1907. 

Woodhead (W. H.), Fitch- 
burg, Mass. 
Fitchburg, Mass. 1 to 4. (H 90381- 
L 90384, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. each Feb. 1, 
1907.) 7904 



Woodward (Horace) , Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
White house by night. (H 90561, Feb. 
18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 7905 

Wootten (Bayard), New- 
hern, N. C. 
Into the future. ( H 74813, Mar. 26, 1906 ; 
2 c. Feb. 26, 1906.) 7906 

Young & Carl, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 
Moeller (Archbishop) 22, 23, 24. (H 
89777-89779, Jan. 28, 1907; 2 c. each 
Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7907 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1907 4,887 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the tine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read. "Copvright bv Mary B. Adelsporger, Chicago. 111. Class I, 
XXc, no. 20958, Feb. 20, 1907; 1 photograph received Feb. 20, 1907/' 



Adelsperger (Mary B.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Alice. Bas-relief, circular, about 4 inches 
in diameter. Full face view of young 
child, right upper arm and shoulder 
showing. (I 20958, Feb. 20, 1907.) 

7908 
Joey. Bas-relief, low, oblong shape, about 
5 inches long by 4 inches w T ide. Pro- 
file of bov's face. (1 20960, Feb. 20, 
1907.) 7909 

Lydia. Bas-relief, low, oblong shape, 
about 6f inches long by 5] inches wide. 
Profile of young woman's head. (I 
20959, Feb. 20, 1907.) 7910 

1 photo, each Feb. 20, 1907. 
Adickes (George William), 
Newark, X. J. 
Coney Island, N. Y. Original pen & ink 
drawing giving an idea of what the 
island represents, showing all impor- 
tant features, all amusement places. 
(I 20603, Jan. 23, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
23, 1907.) 7911 

Allen (Joel Nott), New 
York, N. Y. 
Portrait of a lady. Young woman, | 
length, standing. Dress is of light 
blue. She wears a yellow Leghorn 
hat with blue ostrich feathers. (I 
20694, Feb. 4, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 4, 
1907.) 7912 

Almirall (Raymond Fran- 
cis), New York, X. Y. 
Perspective drawing for the monumental 
embellishment of the plaza in front of 
Prospect park, Brooklyn. New ar- 
rangement for the entrance to Prospect 
park. (I 20602, Jan. 23, 1907; 1 photo. 
Jan. 23, 1907.) 7913 

American book company. 
New York, N. Y. 
Lower end of the borough of Manhattan, 
made in monotone with pen and brush. 
A bird's-eye view looking up the East 
river to the northeast and shows the 
city from Battery park to a northern 
horizon line at about 42cl street. (I 
20720, Feb. 8, 1907: 1 photo. Feb. 8, 
1907.) 7914 



American lithographic com- 
pany, New Y T ork, N. Y. 
' Comforts. V. 42. Bust portrait of an 
elderly man wearing a grey, soft felt 
hat, a deep turned down white collar. 
(I 20763, Feb. 12, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 
12, 1907.) 7915 

' Edna. V. 23. Bust portrait of girl with 
luxuriant hair falling over her shoul- 
ders. (I 20670, Feb. 1, 1907; 1 photo. 

Feb. 1, 1907.) 7916 

I 

Farm oxen. Y. 35. Man and two oxen 

harnessed together. (I 20672, Feb. 1, 

1907; 1 photo. Feb. 1, 1907.) ' 7917 

Latest. Y. 33. Facing the foreground 
is a shabbily dressed boy having a 
number of newspapers under one arm. 
(I 20671, Feb. 1, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 1, 
1907.) 7918 

Queene. Y. 41. Bust portrait of a beau- 
tiful young woman having dark hair 
which falls looselv over her shoulders. 
(I 20762, Feb. 12J 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 
12,1907.) 7919 

1 Pets. Y. 37. Little girl facing the fore- 
ground caressing a kitten. (I 20673, 
Feb. 1, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 1, 1907.) 

7920 
American show print com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
J Ole Olson: Bassett, over you go, and I 
hope to the devil. Agnes: Then you 
go too. (I 20257, Dec. 15, 1906; 1 
photo. Dec. 15, 1906.) 7921 

Baker (Elizabeth Gowdy), 

New York, N. Y. 

June. Young girl with arms full of roses. 

Large hat, dark hair and laughing face. 

(I 20943, Feb. 19, 1907; 1 photo^ Feb. 

19, 1907.) 7922 

Barnes-Crosby company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Man's head front view. He wears a tele- 
scope hat, turn over collar and tie. (I 
20950, Feb. 19, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 19, 
1907. ) 7923 

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Barnes-Crosby company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Pen drawing showing a boy standing 
front view. He wea s a three button, 
sack coat suit. (I 20951, Feb. 19, 1907; 
1 photo. Feb. 19, 1907. ) 7924 

showing a boy standing front view 

with one hand in his coat pocket, and 
holding a golf stick under the other 
arm. (I 20751, Feb. 12, 1907; 1 photo. 
Feb. 12, 1907.) 7925 

showing a group of people dressed 

in 18th century costume. There are 5 
men & three women in the group. (I 

20631, Jan. 28, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 28, 
1907. ) 7926 

showing a lady standing behind a 

table on which are a number of boxes 
of handkerchiefs. (I 20755, Feb. 12, 
1907; 1 photo. Feb. 12, 1907.) 7927 

showing a lady standing front view 

holding a parasol in both hands. (I 

20632, Jan. 28, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 28, 
1907.) 7928 

■ showing a lady standing front view. 

One hand hangs by her side and the 
other holds a parasol. (I 20953, Feb. 
19, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 19, 1907. ) 7929 

showing a lady standing front view. 

One hand rests on her hip and the 
other holds a parasol. (I 20956, Feb. 
19, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 19, 1907. ) 7930 

showing a lady standing front view. 

She rests one hand upon a parasol. 
She wears street costume including hat 
and doves. (I 20761, Feb. 12, 1907; 
1 photo. Feb. 12, 1907.) 7931 

showing a lady standiug leaning for- 
ward and holding her skirts with both 
hands. Her gown has short sleeves 
and low neck. ' (I 20750, Feb. 12, 1907; 
1 photo. Feb. 12, 1907. ) 7932 

showing a lady standing nearly 

front view. She is "dressed in 18th cen- 
tury fashion. (I 20635, Jan. 28, 1907; 
1 photo. Jan. 28, 1907.) 7933 

showing a man front view holding 

a cane horizontally behind him with 
both hands. (120637, Jan. 28, 1907; 
1 photo. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7934 

showing a man standing front view. 

He holds a book in one hand. (I 
20754, Feb. 12, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 12, 
1907.) 7935 

showing a man standing front view. 

He wears a long overcoat, derby hat, 
gloves. (I 20952, Feb. 19, 1907; 1 
photo. Feb. 19, 1907.) 7936 

showing a man standing front view, 

with his feet some distance apart and 
leaning forward on his umbrella. (I 
20949, Feb. 19, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 19, 
1907.) 7937 



Barnes-Crosby company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Pen drawing shows a man standing nearly 
front view. He wears a short top coat, 
derby hat, gloves, etc., and carries a 
cane under one arm. (I 20752, Feb. 
12, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 12, 1907.) 

7938 

showing a man standing three-quar- 
ters front view. He wears colonial 
costume. (I 20642, Jan. 28, 1907; 1 
photo. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7939 

showing four ladies in a row. Two 

are front view and two profile. (I 
20946, Feb. 19, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 19, 
1907.) 7940 

showing four ladies standing in a 

row, all approximately front view. (I 
20640, Jan. 28, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 28, 
1907. ) 7941 

showing half figure of a lady three- 
quarters front view. She wears a waist 
with short sleeves. (I 20633, Jan. 28, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 28, 1907.) 7942 

showing head and shoulder of a lady 

approximately front view. She has her 
hands clasped under her chin. (I 
20634, Jan. 28, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 28, 
1907.) 7943 

showing head and shoulders of a 

lady, front view. She wears a wide 
brimmed hat. (I 20954, Feb. 19, 1907; 
1 photo. Feb. 19, 1907.) 7944 

showing heads of seven ladies in a 

row each enclosed in an oval of ribbon 
and flowers. (I 20955, Feb. 19, 1907; 
1 photo, Feb. 19, 1907. ) 7945 

showing lady standing at one side of 

a room behind a chair. In the center 
of the room is a center table. (I 20759, 
Feb. 12, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 12, 1907.) 

7946 

showing the half figure of a lady, 

front view. She holds a purse in her 
hands. (1 20947, Feb. 1 9, 1907 ; 1 photo. 
Feb. 19, 1907. ) 7947 

showing the half figure of a lady 

front view. She holds an open parasol 
over her shoulder. (I 20957, Feb. 19, 
1907; 1 photo. Feb. 19, 1907.) 7948 

showing the half figure of a lady 

nearly front view. She wears a long 
cloak with short sleeves, long gloves, 
hat. (I 20948, Feb. 19, 1907; 1 photo. 
Feb. 19, 1907.) 7949 

showing the interior of a church. 

A boy stands in the foreground holding 
a book. (1 20639, Jan. 28, 1907; 1 
photo. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7950 



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219 



Barnes-Crosby company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Pen drawing showing three fourths figures 
of four ladies standing in a row. One is 
in profile and the others are nearly 
front view. (I 20760, Feb. 12, 1907; 
1 photo. Feb. 12, 1907.) 7951 

showing three ladies heads in tri- 
angular position. All wear hats. (I 
20757, Feb. 12, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 12, 
1907. ) 7952 

showing three ladies heads in tri- 
angular position. Two are front view 
and one profile. (1 20758, Feb. 12, 
1907; 1 photo. Feb. 12, 1907.) 7953 

showing three young ladies in a row. 

One is in profile view. All wear street 
costume and the one in the middle 
carries several books. (I 20753, Feb. 
12, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 12, 1907. ) 7954 

showing two ladies, one seated and 

one standing in the background. Both 
wear Oriental costumes including a 
veil over the face. (I 20(341, Jan. 28, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 7955 

showing two men standing by a desk, 

nearly front view. The one at left 
wears a single breasted sack suit. (I 
20636, Jan. 28, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 28, 
1907.) • 7956 

Wash drawing showing a man's head in 
profile. He wears a soft hat with crown 
crushed in and collar and tie. ( I 20756, 
Feb. 12, 1907: 1 photo. Feb. 12, 1907.) 

7957 

showing a man's head front view. 

He wears a derby hat, wing collar and 
tie. (1 20638, Jan. 28, 1907: 1 photo. 
Jan. 28, 1907.) 7958 

Beattie (Herbert W.), 
Quincy, Mass. 
Gothic corner ornament, 92. Consists 
in general design of an ornamental 
scroll placed upon a modulated slab or 
background. (I 20627, Jan. 26, 1907: 
1 photo. Jan. 26, 1907.) 7959 

Bermel (Joseph), Middle 

Village, N. Y. 

Sketch of granite monument with bronze 

statue of Joseph Jefferson in role of 

Rip Van Winkle. (1 20628, Jan. 26, 

1907; 1 photo. Jan. 26, 1907. ) 7960 

Bong (Rich.), Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Neapel. City of Naples with the bay and 
Vesuvius in the background. ( 1 19270, 
Sept. 11. 1906: 1 photo. Oct. 15, 1906.) 

7961 



Boston rubber shoe com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
April. Water, probably a river upon 
which a number of logs are floating. 
Two men with poles are seen on the 
logs. (1 20266, Dec. 15, 1906.) 7962 

\ugust, Beautiful young woman having 
a dog on a chain, accompanied by a 
young man, walking along a sandy 
beach. (I 20270, Dec. 15, 1906.) 7963 

i December. Snow covered hilly scene 
showing a boy and girl in a sleigh com- 
ing down hill. Another girl and a boy 
waving his cap are seen. (I 20274, 
Dec. 15, 1906. ) 7964 

I February. Beautiful and stylish young 
woman coining towai ds the foreground. 
She wears a set of white furs. (1 
20264, Dec. 15, 1906.) 7965 

January. Young woman in street, at- 
tire and wearing furs passing the fore- 
ground. Her hair and eyes are dark, 
and she holds up her skirt. (I 20263, 
Dec. 15, 1906.) 7966 

July. Summer scene where a young 
woman and a voungman are seated on 
the wooded shore of a lake. (I 20269, 
Dec. 15, 1906.)- 7967 

! June. Outdoor scene showing a young 
woman and a young man plaving cro- 
quet. (I 20268, Dec. 15, 1906.) 7968 

March. Stylish young woman, wearing 
a grev suit and holding uo an open 
umbrella. (I 20265, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

7989 

May. Mountain torrent with a man in 
the foreground having a fishing rod in 
one hand and a landing net in the other, 
standing in the water. A young woman 
is standing on a rock in the background. 
(I 20267, Dec. 15, 1906.) 7970 

November. Mountainous scene showing 
a man holding a gun and accompanied 
by a dog. (1 20273, Dec. 15, 1906.) 

7971 

| October. Two boys and a girl gathering 

chestnuts. The girl holds a bag while 

one boy gathers and the other strikes 

them down from the tree. (I 20272, 

Dec. 15, 1906.) 7972 

j September. Little girl and a little boy 

passing the foreground in a rain shower. 

He holds an umbrella over both of 

them. (I 202*71, Dec. 15, 1906.) 7973 

1 photo, each Dec. 15, 1906. 

Brack (Carl) & Keller, Ber- 
lin, Germany. 
Unter schattigen eichen. Stream of water 
bordered on either side by tall oaks 
which are reflected in the water. (I 
19787, Sept. 14, 1906; 1 photo. Dec. 17, 
1906.) 7974 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Brenner (Victor D. ), New 

York, N. Y. 

Lincoln medal or plaque in bronze, silver, 

or gold. Obverse: portrait of Abraham 

Lincoln. (I 20614, Jan. 24, 1907; 1 

photo. Jan. 24, 1907.) 7975 

Burclick (John Ernest) , New 
York, N. Y. 
Medallion portrait in low relief of Mar- 
garet Anglin. Front view of bust with 
head turned to her right. Size of the 
oval background is 9 J by 11J inches. 
(I 20961, Feb. 20, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 
20, 1907.) '7976 

Cambridge historical society, 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Henry Wads worth Longfellow. A model 
or design in clay, circular in form, about 
one foot in diameter and about one inch 
in thickness. (I 20599. Jan. 22, 1907; 
1 photo. Jan. 22, 1907.) 7977 

Church (Frederick Stuart), 

New York, N. Y. 

Decorator (The). A cupid tying some 

flowers around the neck of a young 

bear cub. (I 20765, Feb. 12, 1907. ) 

7978 
Mermaid (The). It represents the head 
and shoulders of a young girl just ap- 
pearing out of the waters. (I 20764, 
Feb. 12, 1907. ) 7979 

1 photo, each Feb. 12, 1907. 

Collier (P. F.), and son. 
New York, N. Y. 
Arabian nights entertainments. Sinbad 
plots against the giant. Giant seated 
on the ground beside a huge jug in a 
drunken stupor. (I 20693, Feb. 4, 
1907; 1 photo. Feb. 4, 1907.) 7980 

Gossips (The). Drawing by Walter Ap- 
pleton Clark, showing four old women 
gossiping together. Three of them 
wear bonnets and the other has a shawl 
on her head. (I 20646, Jan. 28, 1907; 
1 photo. Jan. 28, 1907.) 7981 

Howl (The) of the weather. Painting by 
Frederick Remington showing a canoe 
going along a river. Two men are pad- 
dling. The water is very rough. In 
the middle of the canoe a woman is 
crouched holding a child. (I 20742, 
Feb. 11, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 11, 1907.) 

7982 

Shadow (The) of the bottle. Drawing 
by A. B. Frost showing interior of a 
poverty stricken home. Beside a 
small, bare table on which are a bottle, 
aglass and a small lamp sits an unkempt 
looking man as if asleep. (I 20645, 
Jan. 28, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 28, 1907.) 

7983 



Collier (P. F. ), and son, 
New York, N. Y. 
i Sign (The) of the shod-horse. A paint- 
ing in oil color 27 by 40 inches. Indi- 
ans with ponies on the snow. (I 20648, 
Jan. 29, 1907; 1 nhoto. Jan. 29, 1907.) 

7984 

Cressy (Carrie S. ), Gloucester, 
Mass. 
First Methodist church of Gloucester, 
Mass. Wooden frame building clap- 
boarded, roof shingled, with square 
belfrev surmounted by a dome. (I 
20939," Feb. 18, 1907; 1 "photo. Feb. 18, 
1907.) • 7985 

Crowell publishing company, 

Springfield, Ohio. 

Skee (The) girl. A young lady skeeing 

over the hard surface of snow, going 

down a steep hill. (I 20721, Feb. 8, 

1907; 1 photo. Feb. 8, 1907.) 7986 

Dallin (Cyrus F.), Arling- 
ton, "Mass. 
Hancock (John). Statue of John Han- 
cock, standing and dressed in conti- 
nental costume. (1 20684, Feb. 2, 1907; 
1 photo. Feb. 2, 1907. ) 7987 

Daprato statuary company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Roman altar. Chalice on the tabernacle 

door. Above the tabernacle door is a 

statue of the Blessed Virgin. (I 20809, 

Feb. 18, 1907.) • 7988 

Dome on top surmounted by across, 

relief of a chalice shown on taberna- 
cle door. In the lower part of altar is 
a monogram J. H. S. (I 20810, Feb. 18, 
1907.) 7989 

Dome on top surmounted by a small 

cross. Statues of angels are placed on 
either side of altar. (I 20808, Feb. 18, 
1907. ) 7990 

1 photo, each Feb. 18, 1907. 

Day (F. Charlotte), New 

York, N. Y. 

Prize (A) winner. Bas-relief medallion 

of a French bull dog, front view. 6 

inches in circumference. (I 20745, 

Feb. 12, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 12, 1907.) 

7991 

De Laval separator company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Our country home. A room in the cen- 
ter of which is a De Laval cream sepa- 
rator shown in actual operation, with 
woman superintending the same. (I 
20650, Nov. 14, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 14, 
1906. ) 7992 



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221 



Dolby (Thomas George F. ), 
Elgin, 111. 
Limit (The) of ship building. The dawn 
of peace. An ocean scene of the dawn 
of day. The light of dawn on the left 
hand upper corner. A war ship at full : 
steam at right hand upper corner. (I i 
20718, Feb. 8, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 8, I 
1907.) 7993 

Farrell (Frank P.), San 

Francisco, Gal. 

Poker as it is played. Drawing repre- j 

. senting the different terms or phrases ! 

used in playing the game of poker. (I 

20769, Feb. 14, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 14, 

1907.) 7994 

Fisher {Mrs. Elizabeth P.), 
Washington, D. C. 
Portrait of Samuel" Miller. Old gentle- j 
mon sitting in a high-backed chair, 
with letter in his hand. Left arm rest- I 
ing on chair arm. (I 20813, Feb. 18, 
1907; 1 photo. Feb. 18, 1907.) 7995 

Fitz Gerald ( Harrington ) , 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Fort Washington, Valley Forge, Penn. j 
Mt. Joy in the distance. Oil painting, j 
7 by 12 feet. The view is taken look- ! 
ing up from the Schuylkill river. (I I 
20592, Jan. 22, 1907. 7996 

Gen. Washington's headquarters, Valley j 
Forge, Penn. Oil painting represent- 
ing the picturesque old colonial resi- j 
dence where Gen. Washington resided i 
at Vallev Forge. (I 20594, Jan. 22, I 
1907. 7997 ! 

Valley Forge, winter. The return of the 
foraging party. Oil painting 7 by 12 j 
feet. The scene is Washington's head- 
quarters looking down the Schuvlkill ! 
river. (I 20593, Jan. 22, 1907.) *7998 ; 

Valley Forge, winter. The return of the 
scout. Oil painting 7 by 12 inches. It 
depicts an everyday occurrence at Gen. 
Washington's historic encampment, j 
(I 20591, Jan. 22, 1907.) 7999 

1 photo, each Jan. 22, 1907. 

Forman flag companv, New 

York, N. Y. " 

Princeton mascot with Princeton flag. A 

tiger holding the Princeton flag in his 

mouth. The flag is marked with the 

letter P. (I 20619, Jan. 25, 1907.) 8000 

Yale mascot with Y^ale flag. Bull-dog 
representing Yale mascot holding Yale 
flag in his mouth. The flag has a let- 
ter Y. (I 20618, Jan. 25, 1907.) 8001 
1 photo, each Jan. 25, 1907. 



Foster (Maxwell), Louis- 
ville, Ky. 
Deserted woods. A late afternoon in 
late autumn. A plate cloud effect of 
white and blue. In the foreground is 
a large beech tree stripped of foliage. 
, (I 20766, Feb. 13, 1907. ) 8002 

Morning on the creek. A beech woods 

in cold weather, a gray sky, a muddy 

stream runs thro' the center of picture. 

(I 20767, Feb. 13, 1907.), 8003 

1 photo, each Feb. 13, 1907. 

Friend brothers clothing 
company, Milwau- 
kee, Wis. 
Athlete in foreground and background, 
with two boys in centerground. 9. 
(I 20803, Feb. 16, 1907.) 8004 

Front view of two young men standing 
near life line on bathing beach. 1. 
(I 20795, Feb. 16, 1907.) 8005 

Front view of two young men walking. 
Right hand figure carrying satchel and 
cane. (120806, Feb. 16, 1907.) 8006 

Group of four boys. Left hand figure 
walking. The other three grouped at 
the right facing each other. 3. (I 
20797, Feb. 16, 1907.) 8007 

Group oi three persons. Left hand fig- 
ure, young lady facing the right hand 
figure. The third is standing directly 
to the left of the lady. 2. (I 20796, 
Feb. 16, 1907.) 8008 

Street scene. Front view r of three men. 
Newsboy in foreground. 8. (I 20802, 
Feb. 16, 1907. ) 8009 

Street scene on rainy day. Man's figure 
in foreground. Lady's figure in back- 
ground. 10. (I 20804, Feb. 16, 1907.) 

8010 

Street scene with man's figure in fore- 
ground, another reading newspaper. 
Also a view of newstand. 11. (I 
20805, Feb. 16, 1907.) 8011 

Two boys standing at library table. 7. 
(I 20801, Feb. 16, 1907.) " 8012 

Two figures before a soda fountain. Right 
hand figure seated. The other stand- 
ing directly behind him. 6. (120800, 
Feb. 16, 1907.) 8013 

Two men standing before window. 4. 
(I 20798, Feb. 16, 1907.) 8014 

Two principal figures in foreground. Back- 
ground represents shooting tournament. 
5. (1 20799, Feb. 16, 1907.) 8015 

1 photo, each Feb. 16, 1907. 



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Fuller (Henry Brownj , New 
York, N. Y. 
Life disarming Death. Two winged fig- 
ures standing on rock ledge or base. 
One to right clad in white, one hand 
grasping scythe, head turned to left 
and tipped back. Her wings are white. 
Figure to left, male, clad in dark gar- 
ment, his right hand extended forward 
and towards female. (I 20778, Feb. 6, 
1907; 1 photo. Feb. 6, 1907.) 8016 

Grefe (Will), New York, 
N. Y. 
Allies. Two half figures, man and girl, 
seated on a settee at a round table. 
Man, in evening dress, embracing and 
about to kiss blond girl in yellow- de- 
collete gown. (I 20724, Feb. 9, 1907. ) 

8017 

Hostilities. Two half figures, man and 

girl, seated back to back at round 

table. (I 20725, Feb. 9, 1907.) 8018 

Intervention. Two half figures seated, 

separated by and about io be reconciled 

by figure of Cupid. (I 20723, Feb. 9, 

1907.) 8019 

1 photo, each Feb. 9, 1907. 

Gude (O. J.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Man in checked suit, straw hat and long 
light coat sitting on high stool. (I 
20660,' Dec. 22, 1906. ) 8020 

Man in evening clothes, standing and 
holding glass high in air with right 
hand. (I 20661, Dec. 22, 1906.) 8021 
1 photo, each Dec. 22, 1906. 

Haag( Charles), Bridgefield, 
N. J. 
Cornerstone. Man sitting in a corner 
resting his head on his left hand. (I 
20623, Jan. 18, 1907.) 8022 

Emigrants. Six figures close together, 
carrying their heavy burdens. ( 1 20625, 
Jan. 18, 1907.) 8023 

Girl with geese. Girl chasing three geese. 
(I 20626, Jan. 18, 1907.) 8024 

United labors. Three men standing to- 
gether with their right hands clasped 
one above the other on the handle of 
a sledge. (I 20624, Jan. 18, 1907.) 

8025 
1 photo, each Jan. 18, 1907. 

Henry (Edward L.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Home, sw r eet home. Oil painting repre- 
senting the porch of an old fashioned 
stone house. The porch covered with 
honeysuckle vine. On the steps sits a 
young mother holding her baby. (I 
20655, Jan. 22, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 22, 
1907.) 8026 



Hill (R), Philadelphia, Pa. 

Doctor (The). A country doctor attend- 
ing a newsboy who has met with an 
accident and is evidently seriously 
hurt. Around the bed are grouped his 
sisters & brothers. (I 20674, Jan. 24, 
1907. ) 8027 

Peasant's daughter. Painting 23-f by 
28|. Shows peasant girl in field of 
flow T ers. To her right is a brook and 
on the other side, of the brook are sev- 
eral trees with heavv foliage. (I 
20685, Jan. 24, 1907. ) ' 8028 

1 photo, each Feb. 1 , 1907. 

Hirschberg (Carl), Buffalo, 
N. Y. 
Suspense, Oil painting. A little girl, 
holding a parasol, sits in a white scow; 
opposite her sits a little boy. An older 
bov is in the water pulling the scow. 
(I 20611, Jan. 23, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
23, 1807.) 8029 

Hoffmann- Fallersleben (Franz), 
Steglitz, Germany. 
Frueher Winter. Early winter scene — 
foliage still upon the trees, the trunks 
of which are buried quite deeply in the 
snow. (J 20658, Jan. 31, 1907.) 8030 
Zur Zeit der Schlehenblute. Small hut 
built of bricks, with low thatched 
roof. Pound about the house are 
bushes of blossoming sloe and tall 
trees, just coming to life. (I 20657, 
Jan. 31, 1907.) 8031 

1 photo, each Jan. 31, 1907. 

Hudson (Grace), Ukiah, 
Cal. 

Ain't going to be no core. Oil painting, 
13 by 14 inches. Poma Indian girl, 
just taking a bite out of a big red apple. 
(I 20695, Feb. 4, 1U07; 1 photo. Feb. 4, 
1907.) 8032 

Candy (The) boy. 298. Size of canvas 
10 \ by 16 inches. Yokia Indian boy 
named Garland, three-quarter length 
portrait. The boy is dressed in a pink 
calico shirt fastened with a brass safety 
pin, and wears a string with a pendant 
of wampum around his neck. ( I 20609, 
Jan. 23, 1907; 1- photo. Jan. 23, 1907.) 

8033 

Ellen in the poppy field. 301. Oil paint- 
ing 5-J by \\\ inches, representing an 
Indian child, Ellen Duncan, in a white 
shirt standing in a field of California 
poppies. (120606, Jan. 23, 1907; 1 
photo. Jan. 23, 1907. ) 8034 

Garland. Oil painting 10 by 14J inches. 
Indian child who is dressed in checked 
green and white gingham shirt with 
pink neck band, and holds in his hands 
an Indian doll. (I 20696, Feb. 4, 1907; 
1 photo. Feb. 4, 1907. ) 8035 



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Hudson (Grace), Ukiah, 
Cal. 

Kelsey child. 300. Oil painting 5 by 7 
inches. Representing a Kelsey Indian 
girl, in red calico dre^s, walking in field 
of dry grass. (I 20608, Jan. 23, 1907; 
1 photo. Jan. 23, 1907.) 8036 

New Ko-di-na (The). Canvas 296. Size 
14£ by 18 inches. Portrait of John 
Deshulds and Mollie Duncan, Pom a 
Indians. John is lighting his pipe, 
Mollie is working in a placque shaped 
basket. ( I 20607, Jan. 23 1907 ; 1 photo. 
Jan. 23, 1907.) 8037 

Petie. Oil painting. 302. Size of canvas 
5 by &h inches. Yokia Indian boy 
Petie in checked pink and white shirt 
holding black & white puppy in his 
arms. (I 20610, Jan. 23, 1907; 1 photo. 
Jan. 23, 1907.) 8038 

International flag company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Yale flag. Drawing of a triangular flag 
of blue color, with the design of a bull 
dog at the left of the flag in white color. 
(I 20962, Feb. 21, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 
21, 1907.) 8039 

Johnson (Mrs. Eastman), 
New York, N. Y. 

Child drinking. Little child drinking 
from a silver cup, one arm & hand hang- 
ing down. (I 20712, Feb. 6, 1907.) 

8040 

Child with sled. Child in lace cap and 
lace scarf, holding the rope of her sled 
in one hand. (I 20713, Feb. 6, 1907.) 

8041 

Exterior of Mount Vernon, 1857. A side 
view showing porch, house, window 
with columns, cupola, porch in rear 
with little figures, the barn, the groom 
seated in doorway, trees. (I 20708, 
Feb. 6, 1907. ) 8042 

Giving baby a taste. At the camp. 
Father, mother and baby seated on a 
woodpile. A young girl is giving baby 
a ta-^te from a spoon. (I 20707, Feb. 6, 
1907.) 8043 

Sly (The) drink at the camp. A man 
leaning on a barrel and drinking 
from a bottle. Another man holds his 
hand readv to take and conceal the 
bottle. (I 20705, Feb. 6, 1907.) 8044 

Story teller of the camp. Yankee (A), 
his body thrown back, thumbs in his 
vest arm holes, seems to be telling 
some witty story. A small boy lost 
in admiration. (I 20706, Feb. 6, 1907. ) 

8045 

Study of the artist's wife. Lady seated, 
her right arm and hand thrown over 
the arm of the chair, left hand pressed 
against cheek. (I 20711, Feb. 6, 1907. ) 

8046 

3595— ft 4, nos 10-13—07 5 



Johnson {Mrs. Eastman), 
New York, N. Y. 
Tomb of Washington, 1857, Mount Ver- 
non. A circular structure with col- 
umns supporting roof, door visible, 
weeping willows and other trees. (I 
. 20710, Feb. 6, 1907.) 8047 

Washington's kitchen, cook and picca- 
ninnies. An old fire place. The cook 
is seated with a baby on her lap, two 
piccaninnies seated on wooden bench. 
(120709, Feb. 6, 1907.) 8048 

1 photo, each Feb. 6, 1907. 

Kaufmann & Strauss com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Be a perfect little gentleman. Comic 
drawing of boy dressed in man's cloth- 
ing; eyes are very large and has a broad 
srin on his face. (1 20486, Jan. 11, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 11, 1907.) 8049 

| King of beasts, the lion. A lion lying 
on the ground, with two front paws 
stretched out as if ready to rise. (I 
20807, Feb. 16, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 16, 
1907.) 8050 

Ker (Mary Sigsbee), New 
York, N. Y. 
Lullaby (The) Drawing of child sitting 
in tall chair in darkened room singing 
doll to sleep and falling asleep herself. 
(I 20656, Jan. 30, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
30, 1907.) 8051 

Ker (Wm. Balfour), New 

Y^ork, N. Y. 

Mother heart. Two angels with their 

wings in form of a heart, watching over 

sleeping child. (I 20700, Feb. 5, 1907; 

1 photo. Feb. 5, 1907. ) 8052 

Kiefer (Edwin H.), New 
York, N. Y. 
To your health. Old man with gray 
beard seated at a table. His left hand 
rests on the table, while in his right he 
is holding a gla?s of beer. (I 20687, 
Feb. 4, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 4, 1907.) 

8053 

Kimball (Isabel Moore), 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Tomb-stone. Lotus flowers in low relief. 
(I 20698, Feb. 5, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 5, 
1907.) 8054 

Koehler (Paul R.), New 
York, N. Y. 
River side. Country landscape with small 
river at left. Background, center, is a 
house and barn. Trees in foreground. 
(I 20667, Feb. 1, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 1, 
1907.) 8055 



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Konti (Isidore), Yonkers, 
N. Y. 

Charm. Nude figure of a youug girl, 
leaning against a rock. (I 20941, Feb. 
18, 1907.) 8056 

Pan and cupids. Pan is holding with 
both hands the winged figure of a boy, 
who is trying to escape. Both figures 
stand on a rock. (I 20940, Feb. 18, 
1907.) 8057 

Woodnymphe. Female figure kneeling 
with the right leg on a rock. With the 
left hand she is holding a vase from 
which water is running. (I 20942, 
Feb. 18, 1907. ) 8058 

1 photo, each Feb. 18, 1907. 

Kuppenheimer (B. ) & co., 
Chicago, 111. 

Critical (A) moment. Shows the race 
track & young man in foreground look- 
ing at his tally card. (I 20597, Jan. 22, 
1907.) 8059 

Just before the race. Represents outside 
of the race track, showing people on 
foot and in carriages coming to the en- 
trance. (120595, Jan. 22, 1907.) 8060 

Watching the race. Represents a portion 
inside the race track, showing some of 
the horses & jockies, with young man 
in foreground with glasses in hands 
ready to look at the race. (I 20596, 
Jan. 22, 1907. ) 8061 

Winning (The) horse. Showing the win- 
ning horse with jockey at one side and 
young man and woman at the other 
side. (1 20598, Jan. 22, 1907.) 8082 
1 photo, each Jan. 22, 1907. 

PAllemand (Edgar), New 
York, N. Y. 
Fireman's rest. A great conflagration 
wherein the flames are reflected on 
clouds of smoke. These clouds merge 
into the shapes of a band of angels. The 
souls of firemen rise toward Heaven. 
(I 19580, Oct. 15, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 
15, 1906.) 8063 

Landesberg (Morris), New 
York, N. Y. 
O, Tommy can't you hug me any tighter? 
Comic cartoon of a couple of cats hug- 
ging each other. (I 20727, Feb. 2, 
1907; 1 photo. Feb. 2, 1907.) 8064 

Langrock (Leopold L. & Jo- 
seph H.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Yale (The) flag. A triangular flag of blue 
color, with the design of a bulldog to 
the left of the flag in white color with 
blue lines interspersed. (I 20722, Feb. 
8, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 8, 1907.) 8065 



Lawrence (F. Walter), New 
York, N. Y. 
Bac hanal. Head of Bacchanal about 6 
inches in height, the head and bust of 
a man bearded and with curlv hair. ( I 
19957, Nov. 19, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 27, 
1906.) 8066 

Leclercq (H. S. ) & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Design showingan English coachingscene 

on an imitation 6f wood background. 

(I 20383, Dec. 31, 1906.) 8067 

Design showing antique coins breaking 

through paper which has a colored 

background. (I 20384, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

8068 

Design showing holly berries and leaves 

scattered over an imitation of wood 

background. (I 20382, Dec. 31, 1906.) 

8069 
Design showing ribbon and sealing wax 
of various colors on which a female 
head has been stamped holding to- 
gether paper which has been torn. (I 
20381, Dec. 31, 1906.) 8070 

1 photo, each Dec. 31, 1906. 

Life publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. 

Capital and labor. It shows a rich child, 
representing capital, alighting from a 
brougham, the door of which is held 
open by a footman. (I 20605, Jan. 23, 
1907; 1 photo. Jan. 23, 1907.) 8071 

Captains of industry. It shows the in- 
terior of an intelligence office. A 
prospective employer has walked into 
the room and looks at the various ap- 
plicants, each one of whom assumes 
the expression of a born commander. 
(I 20604, Jan. 23, 1907; 1 photo Jan. 
23, 1907.) 8072 

Forty days. Tribunal of justice, four 
judges in ministers' robes, one of whom 
is sentencing the devil. (I 20944, Feb. 
19, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 19, 1907. ) 8073 

Passing ( The) throng. A wide boulevard 
thronged with people coming and 
going, all in automobiles. Some small 
autos & some big ones. Persons of all 
ages are seen in them. (I 20643, Jan. 
28, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 28, 1907. ) 

8074 

Running the gauntlet. Drawing showing 
a young girl in the act of introducing a 
young man to her father, mother, 
grandmother, sisters & brothers. (I 
2074 , Feb. 11, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 11, 
1907.) 8075 

When the wicked cease from troubling. 
A snowy road side with a broken down 
automobile, half buried by the falling 
snow. ( 1 20644, Jan. 28, 1907 ; 1 photo". 
Jan. 28, 1907.) 8076 



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225 



Lockman ( De Witt M. ), New- 
York, N. Y. 
Throckmorton {Mrs. C. Wickliffe) and 
children. Portrait. A mother gowned 
in long pink low necked dress, seated 
on a sofa with her four children around 
her. (J 20749, Feb. 12. 1907: 1 photo. 
Feb. 12, 1907. ) 8077 

Loeb (Louis). New York, 
X. Y. 
Nymph. Painting in oil colors showing 
head and shoulders of young woman, 
with head slightly raised, red hair, full 
throat, pale shoulders. Misty back- 
ground, vellowish skv shows through 
the trees. (I 20616, 'Jan. 14, 1907; 1 
photo. Jan. 14, 1907.) 8078 

Summit (The). Painting in oil colors 
representing the figure of woman in 
white rushing across the summit of a 
cliff. The upper half of the canvas is 
filled with a deep blue sky with clouds 
and the lower half with solid rocks. 
(I 20617, Jan. 14, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
14, 1907.) 8079 

Mc Arthur (Peter), New 

York, N. Y. 

Apple girl. Girl with heavy wavy hair, 

w r hite tie, sleeves rolled up at elbow, 

holding an apple in left hand. ( 1 19962, 

Nov. 21, 1906; 1 photo. Nov. 27, 1906.) 

8080 
McBride (T. J.) & son, New- 
York, N. Y. 
Book illustration for The adventuress. 
Portrait of a young woman seated. She 
is dressed in a long plum-colored gown 
and is wearing a set of ermine furs and 
a large black picture hat. (I 20794, 
Feb. 2, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 16, 1907.) 

8081 
Malted cereals company, 
Burlington, Vt. 
Big (A) bowl. A little Dutch girl eating 
from a very large bowl. ( I 20682, Feb" 
2, 1907.) 8082 

Dear little Dutch maid. A little Dutch 
girl, holding her left hand to her 
mouth. (I 20677, Feb 2, 1907. ) 8083 
Feeding dolly. A little girl in Dutch 
costume, seated on the beach and feed- 
ing a doll which she holds in her arm. 
(I 20679, Feb. 2, 1907.) 8084 

Heavy load. A little Dutch girl walking 
along, with a large package in her arms. 
The landscape represents a seaport. (I 
20680, Feb. 2, 1907. ) 8085 

Looking for something good. A little 
girl standing in a room with a spoon in 
her mouth, looking toward a table on 
which rests a package, a bowl and a 
pitcher. (I 20675, Feb. 2, 1907. ) 8086 



Malted cereals company, 

Burlington, Vt. 

On the beach. Three Dutch women 

standing on a beach and a little Dutch 

girl is running toward them with 

pointed finger. ( 1 20681, Feb. 2, 1907. ) 

8087 

Ready to feed her pets. A little girl 
with a bowl in her arm. (I 20676, 
Feb. 2, 1907. ) 8088 

Bossie and I. A little girl leading her 
pet mule. (1 20678, Feb. 2, 1907.) 

8089 
1 photo, each Feb. 2, 1907. 

Manatt (W. W.), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
David. A sculptured statuette 19 inches 
high. An athletic male figure repre- 
senting David of the Bible just after he 
had slain the giant Goliath. The right 
leg is raised forward, the right foot 
being placed on the head of Goliath. 
(I 20649, Jan. 29, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
29, 1907. ) 8090 

Manhattan photogravure 
company, New York, N. Y. 
Getting cold feet. Four men seated at 
round table playing cards. One at end 
has his feet in wine cooler. A wine bot- 
tle in his hat. (I 20653, Jan. 30, 1907. ) 

8091 
Mis-deal (A). Three men and 2 women 
at table playing cards. Lamp over 
table. Small table with decanter and 
glass at side. Young man dealing, but 
looking at young girl fails to give man 
with folded arms anv cards. (I 20652, 
Jan. 30, 1907. ) 8092 

Raising the ante. Five men seated 
around table playing poker. One at 
end rises, pounds the table in excite- 
ment causing the chips to fly in the air. 
(120651, Jan. 30, 1907.) 8093 

1 photo, each Jan. 30, 1907. 

Manzi, Joyant & co., Paris, 
France. 
Lune (La) rousse. A young man and 
woman, in Grecian costume, on a ter- 
race, beyond which is seen a landscape 
and a glimpse of the sea. (I 20748, 
Feb. 12; 1907. ) 8094 

Premier (Le) quartier. A young man 
and a young woman on a marble ter- 
race bevond which is seen a landscape 
with trees. ( I 20747, Feb. 12, 1907. ) 

8095 
1 photo, each Feb. 12, 1907. 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Marlatt (H. I.), New York, 
N. Y. 
At the well. Summer landscape — old 
oaken bucket in foreground, and old 
fashioned well. Farmer is pouring 
water in brownish red pail. (I 20668, 
Feb. 1, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 1, 1907.) 

8096 
Matthews (Wm. B.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Lee & his generals. Painting 9 by 18 feet. 
Twenty-six generals dressed in Confed- 
erate States uniform, standing bare- 
headed and with hats in hand. (I 
20613, Jan. 24, 1907.) 8097 

Lastof the wooden ships. Paintingshow- 
ing marine view of tight between Mer- 
rimac and U. S. fleet; the Cumberland 
and Congress sinking and on fire. 
(I 20612, Jan. 24, 1907. ) 8098 

1 photo, each Jan. 24, 1907. 
Melchers (G.) 
Mother and child. Three quarter figure 
of woman holding young child in her 
arms. Full face of woman; brown 
hair, blue eves. Three quarter face of 
child. (I 20461, Jan. 9, 1907; 1 photo. 
Jan. 9, 1907. ) 8099 

Mora (Francis Luis), New 
York, N. Y. 
Pirate and the prisoner. Picture repre- 
senting rhildren at play. The boy play- 
ing the part of the pirate and dressed up 
for the occasion, while the little girl 
sits in the foreground and quietly plays 
the role of prisoner. ( I 20744, Feb. 12, 
1907; 1 photo. Feb. 12, 1907. ) 8100 

Municipal building commis- 
sion, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Father of waters. Allegorical statue of 
Carara marble of heroic size, symbol- 
izing by means of a recumbent human 
figure of powerful mold together with 
particular features of its execution, the 
beneficial attributes of themightv river, 
Mississippi. D. F. E. C. B. (I "20688- 
20692, Feb. 4, 1907; 1 photo, of each 
Feb. 4, 1907.) 8101 

Statue of the Mississippi, father of waters. 
An allegorical statue of Carrara marble, 
of heroic size, symbolizing, by means 
of a human figure of powerful mold, 
together with other features of its exe- 
cution, the beneficial attributes of the 
mighty river Mississippi. (I 20683, 
Feb. 2, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 2, 1907. ) 

8102 
Narragansett brewing com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Jolly (The) waiter. Within a frame ap- 
pears the representation of a man with 
a smiling face, holding by his right arm 
a box with 2 boxes in his right hand. 
(I 20654, Jan. 30, 1907; 1 photo. Jan. 
30, 1907.) 8103 



Northwestern knitting com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Wash drawing of baby or cupid bending 
over wash tub, figure clothed in un- 
derwear. (I 20731, Feb. 9, 1907. ) 

8104 

of baby or cupid clothed in under- 
wear and large straw hat, asleep. (I 
20736, Feb. 9, 1907. ) 8105 

of baby or cupid clothed in under- 
wear and wearing a baseball cap, run- 
ning with the ball following closely. 
(120733, Feb. 9, 1907.) 8106 

of baby or cupid clothed in under- 
wear, carrying in both hands a large 
bunch of chrvsanthemums. (I 20738, 
Feb. 9, 1907.) 8107 

of baby or cupid clothed in under- 
wear, carrying in right hand a string 
with three hearts. (I 20730, Feb. 9, 
1907.) 8108 

of baby or cupid clothed in under- 
wear, holding in right hand a large 
wish bone. (I 20739, Feb. 9, 1907.) 

8109 

of baby or cupid clothed in under- 
wear, seated reading a book. ( 1 20737, 
Feb. 9, 1907.) 8110 

of babv or cupid clothed in under- 
wear, skating, (i 20729, Feb. 9, 1907. ) 

8111 

of baby or cupid clothed in under- 
wear holding fingers in ears to shut 
out the noise of the explosion of a giant 
firecracker. (I 20735, Feb. 9, 1907. ) 

8112 

of baby or cupid in underwear, wear- 
ing eyeglasses and carrying a diploma 
with seal attached. (I 20734, Feb. 9, 
1907.) 8113 

of baby o^ cupid. seated in a wreath of 

holly. (I 20740, Feb. 9, 1907.) 8114 

of baby or cupid seated on a four- 
legged stool. Figure clothed in under- 
wear and holding umbrella over its 
head. (I 20732, Feb. 9, 1907.) 8115 
1 photo, each Feb. 9, 1907. 

Osborne company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Woodland pasture. Summer landscape, 
pasture scene. Three cows in fore- 
ground, one lying down. One cow is 
looking into background at four cows 
grazing. (I 20647, Jan. 28, 1907; 1 
photo. Jan. 28, 1907.) 8116 

Priestman (James), Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Bear. The figure of a bear is represented 
in an anxious, waiting position, sitting 
on rear left haunch, right extended 
forward, reaching to fore-leg. Head 
turned to left, (I 20630, Jan. 14, 
1907.) 8117 



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227 



Priestman (James), Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Bull. The figure of a bull in an attitude 
of anger, head lowered close to base, 
tail thrown over back to left side, & 
right leg lifted as if to plow the earth. 
(I 2062V* , Jan. 14, 1907.) 8118 

1 photo, each Jan. 14, 1907. 

Reymershoffer (Charles), 
Galveston, Tex. 
Buffalo hunt by Indians. Buffalo with 
calf in the front of the picture, behind 
which an Indian is riding a white 
horse, the Indian being about to shoot 
the buffalo with an arrow from his 
bow. (I 20665, Feb. 1, 1907; 1 photo. 
Feb. 1, 1907.) 8119 

Riehle (Karl), Germany. 

Sea breeze. Young woman dressed in 
white standing on beach in gale of 
wind. Has her arms back of her head. 
(I 20666, Feb. 1. 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 
1, 1907.) . 8120 

Roseland (Harrv). Brook- 
lyn, X. Y. 

As read in the crystal. Oil painting- 
showing an old colored, mammy hold- 
ing a crystal up in her left hand and 
pointing at same with her right. (I 
20791, Feb. 15, 1907. i 8121 

Crystal (A) reading. It shows an old 
colored mammy holding a crystal in 
her left hand, pointing towards same 
with her right. (I 20790. Feb. 15, 
1907.) 8122 

Doubtful (A) future. Oil painting show- 
ing an old colored mammy reading the 
palm of a white girl, both sitting. (1 
20793, Feb. 15, 1907. I "8123 

Reading the tea leaves. Oil painting 
showing an old colored mammy on an 
old fashioned chair and reading the 
tea leaves. .She holds a cup and points 
with a spoon in her hand, i I 20792, 
Feb. 15. 1907.) 8124 

Voodo palmist. It represents a white 
girl having her palm read by an old 
colored mammy, both sitting. The 
girl is blonde, with white fichu on 
shoulders. | I 20789, Feb. 15. 1907. . 

8125 
1 photo, each Feb. 15, 1907. 

Rungiua (Carl), Brooklvn, 
N. Y. 

Alarmed. Bull elk standing in an open- 
ing on a timber covered side hill, look- 
ing, startled, straight ahead. (I 20787, 
Feb. 15, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 15, 1907.) 

8126 

At ease. Bull moose standing behind 
some rocks on right side of picture, in 
shallow water. ( [ 20786, Feb. 15, 1907: 
1 photo. Feb. 15. 1907. I 8127 



Rungius (Carl), Brooklvn, 
N. Y. 

In fighting mood. A bull moose stand- 
ing forward upon a hill and swinging 
his head sharplv to the left. (I 20703, 
Feb.. 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 6, 1907. | 

8128 

Morning. A large bull moose with the 
head lifted up, standing broadside in 
shallow water and scenting. (I 20701, 
Feb. 6, 1907: 1 photo. Feb. 6, 1907.) 

8129 

Near Fremont peak. Bull elk coming, 
bugling forward from right to left on a 
side hill. A few cow elks standing 
alert, a little down hill. (I 20788, Feb. 
15, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 15, 1907. ) 8130 

On a Xew Brunswick pond. A bull 
moose standing broadside in the water 
at the edge of a pond. Strong after- 
noon light. 1 1 20704, Feb. 6, 1907; 1 
photo. Feb. 6. 1907.) 8131 

Sagebrush. Sagebrush covered fore- 
ground. A bunch of antelopes some 
distance behind coming feeding down 
hill from left to right. (I 20785, Feb. 
15, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 15, 1907.) 

8132 

Spike (The). A spike moose looking 
across a pond, where a bull and a cow 
are visible. (I 20702. Feb. 6. 1907: 1 
photo. Feb. 6, 1907. ) 8133 

Russell (Ai, St. Louis, Mo. 
Spring duck shooting. Man shooting 
ducks over decoys. Flock of canvas 
back ducks are shown flying across the 
foreground of picture. (I 20811, Feb. 
18, 1907: 1 photo. Feb. IS, 1907.) 

8134 

St. Gaudens (Augustus), 
Windsor, Yt. 
Head of Victory. A female head of Vic- 
tory terminating at the base of the neck, 
about f life size, crowned with laurel 
wreath in which the leaves stand out 
from the head. (I 20714, Feb. 7. 1907; 
1 photo. Feb. 7. 1907.) 8135 

Saint-Lanne (Louis), Xew 

Jer-cy. 

Seal hunter. Man hunting seals, figure 

almost nude, right arm raised holding 

a dart. (I 20945, Feb. 19, 1907; 1 

photo. Feb. 19, 1907.) 8136 

Savory (E. W.) (limited), 
Bristol, England. 
Corner of stable or kennel with low bunk 
filled with straw. On one edge of 
bunk, man in hunting costume and 
holding whip is sitting, looking in di- 
rection of the seven foxhounds lying or 
sitting on the bunk at his right. (I 
20777. Feb. 15. 1907.) 8137 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Savory (E. W.) (limited), 
Bristol, England. 
Hunting and coaching scene. Country 
road, fence on each side. Wrecked 
stage-coach in background; beside it 
two women and man stand, watching 
hunters cross the road just in front of 
them. (120773, Feb. 15, 1907.) 8138 

To right of picture two men in hunt- 
ing costume on horses with large pack 
of foxhounds around them — to left, a 
well filled stage coach. (.1 20772, Feb. 
15, 1907.) 8139 

Interior of stable or kennel. Four fox- 
hounds and man. Man has scrubbing 
brush, scrubbing back of one of the 
dogs. (I 20774, Feb. 15, 1907. ) 8140 

Four foxhounds, man and boy. Man 

is bending over one dog and holding its 
right forefoot, doctering it. (1 20775, 
Feb. 15, 1907.) 8141 

In foreground, four foxhounds and 

man and three foxhounds in back- 
ground. Man without a coat is sitting 
on upturned pail. (1 20776, Feb. 15, 
1907.) 8142 

Landscape. Land slopes slightly down 
to narrow river at left of picture while 
left bank of river rises abruptly in a 
sort of bluff. Along the right bank 
and starting in center of picture at bot- 
tom is a wide path on which are a few 
sheep. (120771, Feb. 15, 1907.) 8143 

Slightly sloping hillside, with one 

tall tree in front of several other trees 
to each side of picture Three sheep 
can be seen on the hillside. (I 20770, 
Feb. 15, 1907.) 8144 

1 photo, each Feb. 15, 1907. 

Schreyvogel (Chas. ), Hobo- 
ken, N. J. 
Scouts fighting. In the foreground a cow- 
bov and an Indian firing at each other. 
(120686, Feb. 4, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 4, 
1907.) 8145 

Scribner's (Charles), sons, 
New York, N. Y. 
Cover of the Harrison Fisher book. 
Head of lady, full-face view, with cup 
in right hand and saucer in left hand. 
She is wearing hat. (I 20741, Feb. 9, 
1907; 1 photo. Feb. 9, 1907.) 8146 

Sheldon (Charles G. ), 
Springfield, Mass. 
Picture of a baby. 1. A young lady stands 
and is holding a baby on her right 
arm. The lady is looking down on the 
baby. Both are very simply dressed 
in white. (I 20620, Jan. 25, 1907. ) 8147 



Sheldon, (Charles C), 
Springfield, Mass. 

2. A baby dressed in w T hite bonnet 

and cloak is seated in grandfather's 
stuffed easy chair, the covering of which 
has a design in roses. The baby holds 
a Teddy bear with both hands and a 
lamb, a pig and a dog lay on the floor. 
(I 20621, Jan. 25, 1907.) 8148 

3. Baby is seated on an office chair 

holding a doll with left arm and a book 
with both hands. (I 20622, Jan. 25, 
1907.) 8149 

1 photo, each Jan. 25, 1907. 

Slade brothers & Lacey, Lon- 
don, England, 
While shepherds watched. Painting by 
W. H. Margetson of an angel descend- 
ing before four shepherds. Sheep in 
the background. A star in the sky 
pointing down to a house in distant citv. 
(I 19595, Oct. 19, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 
20, 1906.) 8150 

Sloan (J. V.) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Cake-walk (The). A man dressed in full 
dress, striped shirt, bow tie, standing 
collar, high hat and spats. His right 
hand & foot are raised. The woman 
wears a picture hat with a long plume. 
(I 20664, Jan. 31, 1907.) 8151 

Kicking (The) horse. A horse kicking 
a basket of eggs out of little boy's hand. 
The boy has a very frightened expres- 
sion while the horse seems to be well 
pleased. (I 20663, Jan. 31, 1907.) 

8152 

Physical culture. Two Germans boxing. 
The one to the left is short & stout with 
thin whiskers, eye-glasses, high stock 
collar, very low derby frock coat & 
spats. The one to the right is dressed 
in the same fashion, but he is tall & 
slim and has on a high hat. (I 20662, 
Jan. 31, 1907.) 8153 

1 photo, each Jan. 31, 1907. 

Smedley (William Thomas), 

Bronxville, N. Y. 

Dorothy D. Child seated in a Louis 

XV chair, slightlv smiling and holding 

a blue doll. (I 20697, Feb. 5, 1907; 1 

photo. Jan. 28, 1907.) 8154 

Spiel vogel (Emil), New 
York, N. Y. 
Middelburg, Holland. Row of small 
houses, with a church in the center. 
A canal is running alongside the street, 
with a canal boat making its passage 
through. (I 20699, Feb. 5, 1907; 
photo. Feb. 5, 1907.) 8155 



FINE ARTS 



229 



Steggall (E. C.) art com- 
pany (incorporated), 
Chicago, 111. 
American beauty. 1. Full* face, bust 
picture, hair dressed right side neck. 
White bow in hair. (I 20779, Feb. 14, 
1907). 8156 

2. Profile, | figure, hair dressed in 

knot on neck. (1 20780, Feb. 14, 1907.) 

8157 
3. Full face, bust picture, pompa- 
dour in hair, bows on shoulders. (I 
20781, Feb. 14, 1907.) 8158 

4. Profile bust picture, hair dressed 

on top of head. (I 20782, Feb. 14, 
1907.) 8159 

5. Bust picture, full face, hair 

dressed on neck, with laurel wreath in 
hair. (I 20783, Feb. 14, 1907. ) 8160 

■ 6. Bust picture, full face, hair 

dressed top ol head, with flower on ler't 
side. (I 20784, Feb. 14, 1907.) 8161 
1 photo, each Feb. 2, 1907. 

Taylor (Isaac M.), Bowling 
Green, Ohio. 
B. P. O. E. It rej -resents the head, neck 
& shoulders of an elk against a blue 
sk^ and within a 12 inch circle, sur- 
rounded by two rustic poles inter- 
twining each other at the top and fas- 
tened with a bow. (I 20768, Feb. 13, 
1907; 1 photo. Feb. 2, 1907.) 8162 

Tillinghast (Mary E. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Baptism of Christ by St. John. Design 
for a stained glass memorial window in 
two panels showing St. John baptizing 
Christ. (I 20812, Feb. 18, 1907; 1 
photo. Feb. 18, 1907.) 8163 

Yeenfliet ( R.) , Orange, N. J. 
Old farm. Dooryard of a farmhouse. In 
path is a woman in blue dress — about 
her several turkeys and chickens — two 
horses in left foreground. (1 20669, 
Feb. 1, 1907; 1 photo. Feb. 1, 1907.) 

8164 

Yinton (Elizabeth Hale), 

New York, N. Y. 

Hale (Nathan). 3 feet 2 inches, half life 

size. Hands tied behind his back, 

throat bared for the rope, head copied 

from portrait of his cousin Hon. Wm. 

H ale. ( I 20746, Feb. 12, 1907 ; 1 photo. 

Feb. 12, 1907. ) 8165 



Voss (A. G.), Chicago, 111. 

Chrysanthemums. Little girl standing 
in front of bush and fence making a 
recepticle of her skirts with which to 
carry a quantity of flowers. (I 20715, 
Feb. 7, 1907.) 8166 

Going home. Girl in long coat & with 
hat on, seated on a trunk eating a sand- 
wich in country railway station. (I 
20716, Feb. 7, 1907.) 8167 

Old oaken bucket. Man & child at well. 
Man in act of pouring water from pail. 
Child standing & holding a drinking 
cup in hand. (I 20717, Feb. 7, 1907. ) 

8168 
1 photo, each Feb. 7, 1907. 

Waite (Geo. W.), Boston, 

Mass. 

Mothers (A) joy. Young mother and 

child, the child resting in the right 

arm of mother. (I 20965, Feb. 21, 

1907; 1 photo. Feb. 21, 1907.) 8169 

Walker- Hoover art com- 
pany, Hollywood, Cal. 
After the storm. Oil painting of a marine 
view showing a dark & cloudy sky 
with a large comber breaking in the 
center of the foreground A lone sea 
gull at the extreme right and a num- 
ber of gulls flying in the left side of the 
picture. (I 20600, Jan. 23, 1907.) 

8170 
Breakers. An oil painting of a marine 
view showing a dark & cloudy sky, 
a huge comber in perspective and a 
land breeze blowing the spray from the 
comber toward the right. (I 20601, 
Jan. 23, 1907.) 8171 

1 photo, each Jan. 23, 1907. 

Wilson (Frederick), Briar- 
cliff Manor, N. Y. 
Christ on the road to Emmaus. A draw- 
ing in black and white in three panels, 
showing Christ confronting the two 
disciples. (I 20719, Feb. 8, 1907; 1 
photo. Feb. 8, 1907 ) 8172 

Woods (Enoch S.), Provi- 
dence, R. I. 
Don Quixote de la Mancha and Sancho 
Panza. Statuette. They are seated 
upon a bank. Don has the barber's 
basin on his head and listens to his 
squire's remarks. (I 20728, Feb. 9, 
1907; 1 photo. Feb. 9, 1907.) 8173 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed bv the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1907 775 



LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
51st CONGRESS, 2nd SESSION, CHAP. 565, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 2 

Nos. 14-17 

APRIL, 1907 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1907 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 



CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week. As the issue of Part 4 would necessitate the 
printing of a number of small alphabets for the different subject-matters contained in this Part — 
namely, Engravings, Cuts, Prints, Chromos, Lithographs, Photographs, and works of the Fine Arts — 
it has been suggested that to avoid the inconvenience of searching such a number of small alphabets 
this Part of the Catalogue be made to include all the titles entered during each month instead of 
each week for Engravings, Cuts, Prints, Chromos, Lithographs, Photographs, and works of the Fine 
Arts. Instead, therefore, of a possible examination of 52 indexes in the case of each subject-matter, 
it will now be necessary to examine only 12 indexes during the year. 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated; the statement as to receipt of 
copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the same day as the day of entry. The 
notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read, " Copyright by American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. Class F, XXc, no. 50957, Feb. 25, 1907; 2 copies received Feb. 25, 1907." 



American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 

And her dear old name was Maud! Feb. 
24,1907. (F 50957, Feb. 25, 1907.) [8174 

And her sweet little name was Maud. 
Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51907, Mar. 19, 1907.) 

Braggo the monk. Almost catches a frog. 
(F 52023, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

He interviews a railroad president. 

(F 51120, Feb. 27, 1907.) 

He is hypnotized. (F 51390, Mar. 

7, 1907.) 

He meets his old friends. (F 51639, 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 

He shows how easy it is to avoid ac- 
cidents. (F 51496, Mar. 12, 1907.) 

— — He shows the commuters. (F 51497, 
Mar. 12, 1907.) 

He tells a friend. (F 51268, Mar. 5, 

1907.) 

He tells of his boy's wonderful prog- 
ress at school. (F 51582, Mar. 14, 1907.) 

His caricature attracted more atten- 
tion. (F 51404, Mar. 8, 1907.) 

It was a good disguise. (F 51125, 

Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Brain (A) storm. Somebody ought to re- 
strain him. (F 51500, Mar. 12, 1907.) 

Charlie and George. Feb. 24. 1907. (F 
50956, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Mar. 3, 1907. (F 51263, Mar. 

1907.) 

Mar. 10, 1907. (F 51507, Mar. 

1907.) 



5, 



12, 



American-j ournal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Charlie and George. Mar. 17, 1907. (F 
51904, Mar. 19, 1907.) 

Come on boys. Harriman — Get a wiggle 
on, now! (F 51130, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Der Captain takes a ride. (F 51267, Mar. 
5, 1907.) 

Diary of Ananias. I have been struck 
with the efficiency of the street-clean- 
ing department. (F 51581, Mar. 14, 
1907.) 

Dough (The^l line. (F 51123, Feb. 28, 
1907.) 

Education (The) of a young Eskimo. (F 
50958, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Fiddlesticks! (F 51504, Mar. 12, 1907.) 
Free (A) ride in the jungle. (F 51388, 

Mar. 7, 1907.) 
Hall room boys. Ski-ing looked so easy. 

(F 51417, Mar. 9, 1907.) 
The pass was good but not this 

month. (F 51656, Mar. 16, 1907.) 
They attend a dinner. (F 51579, 

Mar. 14, 1907.) 
They attend a smoker. (F 51896, 

Mar. 19, 1907.) 
— — They decide to cultivate their mu - 

sical talent. (F 51260, Mar. 5, 1907.) 
They discover a cheap way of travel- 
ing by rail. (F 51122, Feb. 28, 1907.) 
They meet the new boarder. (F 

51389, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

231 



232 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



American-j ournal-examiner , 

New York, N. Y. 

Hall room boys. They play a game of 

hide and seek. (F 51499, Mar. 12, 1907.) 
They steal a march on the star 

boarder. (F 50952, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
They subscribe $100 for charity. 

(F 52025, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
Happy days. When you are trying to 

catch a train. (F 51119, Feb. 26, 1907.) 

Happy Hooligan on the sidewalks of a 
great city. (F 51505, Mar. 12, 1907.) 

High jinks at the North pole. (F 51503, 

Mar. 12, 1907.) 
His name is Si! Hee haw! (F 51508, 

Mar. 12, 1907.) 
Hooray! Happy didn't get pinched! 

(F 50960, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

I see by the papers. (F 51392, Mar. 7, 

1907.) 
If you want to know the time, ask the 

President. (F 52024, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

In the Garden of Eden. Adam: Hurrah, 

now I can have a game of pinochle. 

(F 51116, Feb. 26, 1907.) 
Adam: I wish I'd been born about 

eight thousand years from now. (F 

51126, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Is Mr. Common People insane? Opin- 
ions by eminent experts. (F 51261, 
Mar. 5, 1907.) 

Jiu Jitsu in the jungle. (F 51128, Mar. 2, 
1907.) 

Just Kids. Say, boss, are you an actor. 

(F 51898, Mar. 19, 1907.) 
Wot do yer tink o' dat goil tryin' to 

sell papers. (F 51405, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
You can't never be President. (F 

51658, Mar. 16, 1907.) 
Kidnapped bv the "Black Hand" gang. 

(F 51391, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

Lad (The) that loved a lady. Feb. 24, 

1907. (F 50959, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Mar. 10, 1907. (F 51506, Mar. 12, 

1907.) 
Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51906, Mar. 19, 

1907.) 
March seventeenth. (F 51901, Mar. 19, 

1907.) 
Mazuma guards. Barbara D. Frietchie 

Rockeffeller saves the grand old flag. 

(F 51578, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Lieutenant Perkins is courtmar- 

tialed. (F 51580, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Mr. E. Z. Mark and the honest finder. (F 

51117, Feb. 26, 1907.) 
delivers the goods. (F 51498, Mar. 

12, 1907.) 



American-j ournal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Mr. E. Z. Mark enters into a scheme. 
(F 51127, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

evades the law. (F 51641, Mar. 15, 

1907.) 

helps out. (F 51129, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Oh, Mr. E. Z. Mark. (F 51897, Mar. 

19, 1907.) 

pays for nattering words. (F 51657, 

Mar. 16, 1907.) 
Monkey-shines. Braggo, Rhymo and 

Knocko, also the calf. (F 51899, Mar. 

19, 1907.) 
Monopoly lodge entertainments. The 

awful punishment of the trusts. (F 

51131, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

A terrible disappointment. (F 

51502, Mar. 12, 1907.) 
A touching pastoral idyll. (F 51269, 

Mar. 5, 1907.) 
Monopoly lodge makes an appeal. Cho- 
rus of high financial green goods men. 

(F 51640, Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Now let some more of 'em give it back, 

same as Perkins. (F 51501, Mar. 12, 

1907.) 
Oggy Blick. Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51902, 

Mar. 19, 1907.) 
Oh, dear! Oh, dear! Oh, dear! Oh, dear! 

(F 51266, Mar. 5, 1907.) 
On the jump. (F 51905, Mar. 19, 1907.) 
Our antediluvian ancestors. What are 

they chasing that old fellow for? (F 

52022, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
Our beautiful railroads. (F 51118, Feb. 

26, 1907.) 
Our neighbors. Buster & Tige editors. 

(F 50955, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Out again, In again. Hooligan. Mar. 17, 

1907. (F 51903, Mar. 19, 1907.) 

Political (The) situation. (F 51387, Mar. 

7, 1907.) 
Poor John. (F 51124, Feb. 28, 1907.) 

Russian Happy Hooligan. (F 51403, 

Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Sorrows (The) of satan. He visits the 

financial district. (F 51900, Mar. 19, 

1907.) 
They must all explain just like John D. 

(F 50954, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Those who have been waiting at the 

church. (F 51262, Mar. 5, 1907.) 
'Twas in the snow. They called her 

Maud. (F 51264, Mar. 5, 1907.) 
Vampire (The). (F 51406, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
What is a mollycoddle? Here's the an- 
swer. (F 51121, Feb. 27, 1907.) 



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233 



American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

What would you do with him'? (F 51265, 

Mar. 5, 1907.) 
When Harriman.gets his. (F 51270, Mar. 

5, 1907.) 
When papa comes home on the Erie. (F 

50953, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Whom we can spare to dig the canal. (F 

51418, Mar. 9, 1907.) 

Anderson publishing com- 
pany, New York, IN. Y. 
Between two fires. (F 51230, Mar. 4, 
1907.) [8175 

D. Cupid, stocks and bonds. (F 51231, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Hot bird and a cold bottle. (F 51226, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Je vous aime. (F 51229, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Picking lemons in the garden of love. (F 

51225, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Rose (A). (F 51228, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Vampire (The). (F 51227, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Mar. 2, 1907. 

Ashton (Charles), Chicago, 
111. 
Skidoo 23 is now 37. (F 52122, Mar. 27, 
1907.) [8176 

Barrie (George) & son, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Dancing lesson. (F 52128, Mar. 27, 1907.) 

[8177 
Grseco-Egvptian harem. (F 52129, Mar 

27, 19070 
Pompeian (A) house. (F 52127,Mar. 27, 
1907.) 

Barrow (Lillian G.), Jackson, 
Ala. 
Georee Washington and his family. (F 
51013, Dec. 17, 1906.) [8178 

Barrs (Carrington E.), Jack- 
sonville, Fla. 
Dixieland park. (F 50907, Feb. 23,1907.) 

[8179 
Becker (Walter W.), Buffalo, 
N. Y. 
Moon baby. (F 51475, Mar. 1,1907.) [8180 

Bitter (Milton M.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Our Presidents. (F 51594, Mar. 15, 1907.) 

[8181 
Blackwell (J. R.) & co., As- 
toria, Long Island, N. Y. 
As easy as ABC. (F 51006, Feb. 26, 1907.) 

[8182 
Boh (Julius), New York, 
N. Y. 
S. A. 1. (F 51322, Mar. 6, 1907.) [8183 
S. A. 2. (F 51323, Mar. 6 1907.) 



Boh (Julius ), New York, 
N. Y. 
S. A. 3. (F 51324, Mar. 6 ,1907.) 
S. A. 0. (F 51713, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Book news monthly, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Legend of St. Veronica. (F 52118, Mar. 
22, 1907.) [8184 

Boston herald company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Fuller (M. B.) (F 51749, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

[8185 
Keene (Mrs. C. H.) (F 51748, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Lancaster (Louise). (F 51747, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Prouty (Martha A.) (F 51745, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Soper (Grace M.) (F 51746, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 

Boston packing company, Port- 
land, Oreg. 
Hog. (F 51014, Feb. 26, 1907; 1 c. Dec. 
21, 1906; 1 c. Jan 7, 1907.) [8186 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 

Minn. 

L'Amour. 3J by 10. (F 51622, Mar. 15, 

1907.) [8187 

At the ford. 5 by 4. (F 51627, Mar. 15, 

1907.) 
At the wheel. 3f by 5|. (F 51081, Mar. 

1, 1907.) 

11 by 14. (F 51082, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Autumn evening. 15 by 4£. (F 51076, 

Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Baking day. 5i by 7^. (F 51618, Mar. 

15, 1907.) 
Bold (A) bluff. 10 by 14. (F 51070, Mar. 

1, 1907.) 
Breaking thru the clouds. 11 by 5. 

(F 51602, Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Bruges canal, Holland. 8 by 10. (F 

51087, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Call (The). 11 by 17. (F 51091, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Capturing the grizzly. 15 by 8£. (F 

51075, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Cleo. 4£ by 6. (F 51634, Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Come boss. 6 by 8. (F 51600, Mar 15, 

1907.) 
Courtship. 16 by 20. (F 51020, Feb. 27, 

1907.) 
Cowboy life. 10 by 14. (F 51084, Mar. 1 , 

1907.) 
Dance (The). 11 by 17. (F 51092, Mar. 

1, 1907.) 
Dutch (A) lunch. 7 by 32. (F 51044, 

Feb. 28, 1907.) 



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Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Engagement (The). 11 by 17. (F 51093, 

Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Exciting (An) moment. 14 by 9£. (F 
51086, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Fairies and roses. 15 by 8£. (F 51085, 

Mar. 1 1907.) 
Favorite (La). 3* by 10. (F 51623, 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Feronia. 8 by 10. (F 51088, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Finale (The). 11 by 17. (F 51069, Mar. 

1, 1907.) 

First in. 7 by 5 (F 51614, Mar 15, 

1907.) 
Florence. 7 by 9. (F 51597, Mar. 15, 

1907.) 
Going to market. 7 by 5. (F 51626, 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 

Gypsy Queen. 6 by 7J. (F 51604, Mar. 

15, 1907.) 
Hailing in the fog. 9 by 7. (F 51616, 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 

Hello. 7 by 9. (F 51633, Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Holland harvest. 11 by 5. (F 51601, 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Hope of his side. 3£ by A\. (F 51613, 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Little florists. 7 by 32. (F 51043, Feb. 

28, 1907.) 
Lovers' lane. 15 by \\. (F 51078, Mar. 

1, 1907.) 
Mascot (The). 9 by 7. (F 51599, Mar. 

15, 1907.) 

Matinee girl. 6 by 13. (F 51083, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Modele (Le). 4£ by 8. (F 51608, Mar. 

15, 1907.) 
Modern mermaid. 3f by 5£. (F 51080, 

Mar. 1, 1907.) 

11 by 14. (F 51079, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Monarch (The). 5 by 4. (F 51628, Mar. 

15, 1907.) 

Morning. 4| by 8. (F 51609, Mar. 15, 

1907.) 
Mountain vista. 4^ by 8. (F 51610, j 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 

Narcissus. 6 by 8. (F 51073, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 

11 by 14. (F 51074, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Nature's mantle. 6 by 8. (F 51605, 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 

Out on three strikes. Z\ by 4£. (F 

51619, Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Polly. 3* by 10. (F 51621, Mar. 15, 

1907.) 



Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 

Minn. 

Prize (The) winners. 5£ by 7±. (F 

51617, Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Protection. 5 by 4. (F 51629, Mar. 15, 

1907.) 
Rain. 3^ by 4J. (F 51611, Mar. 15, 

1907.) 
Rose. 7 by 9. (F 51603, Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Rounding the cape. 7 by 9. (F 51632, 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Safely guarded. 7 by 9. (F 51631, Mar. 

15, 1907.) 
Seloma. 8 by 10. (F 51089, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Shades of night. 15 by 4J. (F 51077, 

Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Shrimper (The). 4£ by 8. (F 51607, 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Standard bred. 6 by 8. (F 51606, Mar. 

15, 1907.) 
Strenuous (The) life. 5 by 4. (F 51630, 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Sundown. 11 by 1\. (F 51068, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Sunshine. 3£ by 4±. (F 51612, Mar. 15, 

1907.) 
j Thelma. Z\ by 4. (F 51620, Mar. 15, 

1907.) 
Trapper's last stand. 16 by 20. (F 

51021, Feb. 27, 1907.) 
Tug-of-war. 7 by 5. (F 51615, Mar. 15, 

1907.) 
Waterloo (A). 5 by 4. (F 51071, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 

' 10 by 14. (F 51072, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

! Westward, Ho. 11 by 7£. (F 51090, 

Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Where the tide ebbs & flows. 8 by 6. 

(F 51624, Mar. 15, 1907.) 

Browne (Randolph M.), 
Norfolk, Va. 
Aftermath. Jamestown exposition 1607- 
1907. (F 51477, Mar. 11, 1907; 2 c. 
Mar. 1, 1907.) [8188 

Brunner (C), Paris, France. 
Cage (La). (F 51981, Mar. 22, 1907.) 



[8189 

Concert (Le). (F 51982, Mar. 22, 1907; 
2 c. each Mar. 21, 1907.) 

Burnell (J. C), Chicago, 111. 
City hall and county buildings, Chicago, 
111. (F 51413, Mar. 9, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 
16, 1907.) [8190 



Burnham (E.), Chicago, 111. 
Burnham. (F 51096, Mar. 1, 1907.) 



[8191 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



235 



Burrell (J. C), Chicago, 111. 
Union stock yards. We're all in it. (F 
50767, Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 

[8192 

We're all in it, on our way to you. 

(F 52030, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Chase (Frederick F.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Thawing out. (F 51662, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

[8193 

Coleman (E. G.), Rocky- 
mount, Va. 
Mrs: Nation's hatchet. (F 50739, Feb. 
15, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1907.) [8194 

Colnaghi (P. & D.), London, 
England. 

Amelia of Solms, Princess of Orange, by 
C. A. Waltner, painted by A. van 
Dyck. Size 16£ by 20f inches. (F 
49929, Jan. 24, 1907.) [8195 

Lady Waldegrave, by H. Scott Bridgwa- 
ter, from the picture by John Hoppner, 
R. A. Size 13 by 15| inches. (F 
49928, Jan. 24, 1907.) 

Coventry (Mary L.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Cottage by the river. (F 51991, Mar. 22, 

1907.) [8196 

Evening in Holland. (F 51989, Mar. 22, 

1907.) 
Evening in the Berkshires. (F 51931, 

Mar. 19, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Moonlight on the bay. (F 51932, Mar. 

19, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Old mill ford. (F 51933, Mar. 19, 1907; 

2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Southern twilight. (F 51992, Mar. 22, 

1907.) 
Sunset on the marshes. (F 51990, Mar. 

22, 1907.) 

Cox (Palmer), East Quogue, 
N. Y. 
Brownie of Brownietown clown. Mar. 17, 
1907. (F 51880, Mar. 18, 1907.) [8197 

Davis & Cook, Barre, Mass. 
Cook (Jerry), chauffeur. (F 51483, Mar. 
4, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1907.) [8198 

Dederick bros., Hackensack, 

N.J. 

What is it a pretty girl looks for but 

I doesn't wish to find? (F 51383, Mar. 7, 

1907.) [8199 

What is that which we love more than life, 

fear more than death? (F 51386, Mar. 7, 

1907.) 
What part of a stove best describes a 

honeymoon? (F 51380, Mar. 7, 1907.) 
When should a pretty girl be hugged? 

(F 51379, Mar. 7,1907.) 



Dederick bros., Hackensack, 

N.J. 

Which side of a girl's face is prettiest? 

(F 51377, Mar. 7, 1907.) 
Why are pretty girls' legs like a house 

• afire? (F 51378, Mar. 7, 1907.) 
Why did Adam bite the apple Eve gave 
him? (F 51381, Mar. 7, 1907.) 
I Why does a pretty girl love a handsome 

man? (F 51382, Mar. 7, 1907.) 
I Why is a handsome man like a live wire? 

(F 51384, Mar. 7, 1907.) 
I Why is a pretty girl like a boiled potato? 
(F 51385, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

Dunthorne (Robert), Lon- 
don, England. 
Interior of Burgos cathedral, south aisle. 
Engraved by Alex Hermann Haig. 
(F 51474, Mar. 12, 1907.) [8200 

Dutchess manufacturing 

company, Poughkeep- 

sie, N. Y. 

Pilgrims (The). (F 51562, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

[8201 

Eborn (Luther Atkinson), 
New York, N. Y. 
Driveway through Barnava to Lake Scup- 
pernong, N.C. (F 51464, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

[8202 
Driveway to Lake Scuppernong, N. C. 

(F 51461, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Lake Scuppernong, Somerset farm, N. C. 

(F 51462, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
St. Davids church, Creswell, N. C. (F 
51463, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

Ela (E. W.), Woburn, Mass. 
Dahlia. (F 51444, Mar. 11, 1907.) [8203 

Enterprise publishing com- 
pany, Berkeley, Cal. 
California athlete. (F. 51466, Mar. 11, 
1907.) [8204 

California girl. (F 51467, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
California man. (F 51468, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

Esther chapter, No. 5, Order 

of the Eastern Star, 

Washington, D. C. 

New Masonic temple, Washington, D. C. 

(F 51942, Mar. 20, 1907.) [8205 

Ewart (Wm. Earl), Topeka, 

Kans. 

Colorado State normal school, 'Greeley. 

Colo. 152. (F 52088, Mar. 25, 1907.) 

[8206 
Hammond high school, Hammond, Ind. 

150. (F 52092, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Oskaloosa high school, Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

147. (F 52091, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Texas Christian university, Waco, Tex. 
151.^ (F 52093, Mar'. 25, 1907.) 



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Ewart (Wm. Earl), Topeka, 

Kans. 

University of Mississippi, Oxford, Miss. 

9. (F 52090, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
University of South Dakota, Vermilion, 
S. Dak. 34. (F 52089, Mar. 25, 1907.) 

Farrah (J. W.) & co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Farren. (F 51999, Mar. 11, 1907.) [8207 
Farrie. (F 52000, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Farrod. (F 51998, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Farrow. (F 52001, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

Faulkner (C. W.) & co., ltd., 
London, England. 
Sir Roger de Coverley. (F 49927, Jan. 24, 
1907.) [8208 

Ferril (Alice MacHarg), Den- 
ver, Colo. 
Indian (An) maid called Amo. (F 51484, 
Mar. 8, 1907.) [8209 

Sweet nature gives the tulip. (F 51485, 
Mar. 8, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Feb. 16, 1907. 

Fox (Richard K.), New 
New York, N. Y. 
Stars of the prize ring. (F 51097, Mar. 1, 
1907.) [8210 

Frohn (John 0.), Boston, 



Teddy Bear girl. (F 51648, Mar. 16. 
1907.) [82 J J 

Funk & Wagnalls company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Three's a crowd. (F 52094, Mar. 25, 

1907.) [8212 

Two's company. (F 52095, Mar. 25, 

1907.) 

Going (J. W.), Topeka, 
Kans. 
Battleship Kansas. (F 51971, Mar. 21, 
1907.) [8213 

Gomprecht & Benesch, Bal- 
timore, Md. 
Justice. (F 51652, Mar. 16, 1907.) [8214 
Prices. (F 51655, Mar. 16, 1907.) 
Profits. (F 51653, Mar. 16, 1907.) 
View of moving. (F 51654, Mar. 16, 
1907.) 

Goodspeed (Charles E.), 
Quincy, Mass. 
Gettysburg address of Abraham Lincoln. 
(F 51516, Mar. 13, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 12, 
1907.) [8215 

Gross (J. Ellsworth), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
My Louise. (F 51883, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

[8216 



H. O. Company, Buffalo, 
NY. 
Jocular Jinks of Kornellia Kinks. (F 
51320, Mar. 6, 1907.) [8217 

Haley (I. N.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Beneath the cross there flowed a stream of 
grace enough for me. (F 52012, Mar. 
22, 1907.) " [8218 

Onward, Christian soldiers. (F 52011, 
Mar. 22, 1907.) 

Hart, S chaff ner & Marx, 
Chicago, 111. 
Aim straight. (F 51174, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

[8219 
At the club. (F 52036, Mar. 23, 1907.) 
At top speed. (F 51596, Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Departure (The) (F 51176, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
Going away. (F 51173, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
In the paddock. (F 52038, Mar. 23, 1907.) 
Just getting in. (F 51177, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Ready for business. (F 51175, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
Ready to go. (F 52035, Mar 23, 1907.) 
Shining (A) example. (F 51179, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
Shoeing the thoroughbred. (F 51595, 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Waiting. (F 51180, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Watching the game. (F 52037, Mar. 23, 

1907.) 
Will it rain? (F 51178, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Hartman's, Chicago, 111. 
In Birdville. There's a beautiful city 
called Birdville. (F 51711, Mar. 18, 
1907.) [8220 

This is the Mayor of Birdville. (F 

51712, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Mar. 29, 1907. 

Harvey (Fred), Kansas City, 
Mo. 
Castaneda. (F 51050, Feb. 28, 1907.) 

[8221 
Group of Mojave Indians. (F 51047, Feb. 
28, 1907.) 

Hopi snake altar. (F 51053, Feb. 28, 

1907.) 
Indian shrine. (F 51051, Feb. 28, 1907.) 
Mojave Indian. (F 51049, Feb. 28, 1907.) 
Mojave Indian and child. (F 51048, Feb. 

28, 1907.) 

Powamu altar in Hopi house. (F 51046, 
Feb. 28, 1907.) 

Santo Domingo Indians. (F 51052, Feb. 
28, 1907.) 



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237 



Heal (W. S.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Dearest, I've searched the whole world. 

(F 51397, Mar. 8, 1907.) [8222 

Don't scrap. (F 51399, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Friends are like melons. (F 51398, Mar. 

8, 1907.) 
Greetings from Toledo. (F 51314, Mar. 5, 

1907.) 
Hands across the sea. (F 51316, Mar. 5, 

1907.) 
I'm trying to reach you. (F 51575, Mar. 

13, 1907.) 
It takes a live fish to swim up stream. (F 

51315, Mar. 5, 1907.) 
Mother may we go out to swim. (F 51573, 

Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Run where you may. (F 51577, Mar. 13, 

1907.) 
Teddy the scratcher. (F 51576, Mar. 13, 

1907.) 
They all wear rats. (F 51574, Mar. 13, 

1907.) 
What care we for wind or weather. (F 

51317, Mar. 5, 1907.) 

Heininger, Unger & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Cupid border. (F 51515, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

[8223 

Helm, Campbell co., ltd., 

New York, N. Y. 

Good In :;k imp. (F 51424, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

[8224 

Henley (D. B.), Hatties- 

burg, Miss. 

Buildings on East Front street. (F 50815, 

Feb. 18, 1907 ; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1907.) [8225 

Hotel Hattiesburg. (F 50818, Feb. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Kennedy building and Citizens bank. 
(F 50817, Feb. 18, 1907; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Main st., looking east, Hattiesburg, Miss. 
(F 50814, Feb. 18, 1907; 2. c. Mar. 25, 
1907.) 
South Mississippi infirmary. (F 50816, 
Feb. 18, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1907.) 

Hertz (Adolph), New York, 
•N. Y. 
Daughter (A) of Eve. (F 51318, Mar. 6, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) [8226 

Hill (R.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
At the well. (F 50361, Jan. 24, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 11, 1907.) [8227 

Caught at last. (F 50356, Jan. 24, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 

Chrysanthemum and topaz. 11. (F 
51198, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

28250— pt 4, nos 14-17—07 2 



Hill (R.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
Cosmos and the opal. 10. (F 51197, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Daisy and the diamond. 4. (F 51191, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Farmer's child. (F 50360, Jan. 24, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 
Fresh from the garden. (F 50359, Jan. 24, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 

Goldenrod and the sapphire. 9. (F 

51196, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Holly and the Turquois. 12. (F 51199, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 
In the land of dreams. (F 50357, Jan. 24, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 

Merchant prince. (F 50358, Jan. 24, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1907.) 
Poppy and the sardonyx. 8. (F 51195, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Primrose and the amethyst. 2. (F 51189 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Rose and the agate. 6. (F 51193, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
Snowdrop and the garnet. 1. (F 51188, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Violet and bloodstone. 3. (F 51190, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Water lily and the ruby. 7. (F 51194, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Wild rose and the emerald. 5. (F 51192, 
Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Hillson (David), Roxbury, 



Case of skin or get skinned. (F 51101, 
Mar. 1, 1907.) [8228 

Come near losin' my hide in. (F 51103, 

Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Got skinned in. (F 51104, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Got through with a whole hide. (F 51102, 

Mar. 1, 1907.) 

They stretch 'em in. (F 51100, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Will scratch a few lines on my hide for 

you. (F 51098, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Whole hide or none in. (F 51105, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 

You have to go some to save your hide in. 
(F 51099, Mar. 1,1907.) 

Hopkins (Cordelia O.), To- 
ledo, Ohio. 
Washington's tomb, Mt. Vernon, Va. 
(F 44263, July 31, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1907.) [8229 

White house of the Confederacy, Rich- 
mond, Va. (F 44258, July 31, 1906; 
2 c. Feb. 2, 1907.) 



238 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Houghton, Mifflin & co., 
Boston, Mass. 
Longfellow. Photogravure portrait. (F 
51019, Feb. 27, 1907.) [8230 

Inland art company, New 

York, N. Y. 

Aint it hell to be yellow? (F 51003, Feb. 

26, 1907.) [8231 

Has any body got a string? (F 51004, 

Feb. 26, 1907.) 
Honest, aint there no dog heaven? (F 
51005, Feb. 26, 1907.) 

International text book com- 
pany, Scranton, Pa. 
International correspondence schools. 
466. Railroad construction. 104. (F 
51360, Mar. 7, 1907.) [8232 

Jackson (Alfred), New York, 
N. Y. 
Nuts, that's all. (F 49747, Jan. 12, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) [8233 

Jamestown amusement and 

vending company, 

Norfolk, Va. 

Arlington. 58. (F 51547, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

[8234 
Auditorium, Jamestown exposition, 1907. 

104. (F 51554, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Baptism of Pocohontas. 9. (F 51545, 

Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Baptism of Virginia Dare. 1. (F 51560, 

Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Battle between the Monitor & Merri- 

mac. 64. (F 51555, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Capitol square, Richmond, Va. (F 51534, 

Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Chamberlin hotel, Old Point Comfort, 

Va. 163. (F 51528, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Cotton picking team. 157. (F 51527, 

Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Dismal swamp canal. 152. (F 51542, 

Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Great dismal swamp. 153. (F 51543, 

Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Great dismal swamp. 154. (F 51544, 

Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Jamestown church tower and foundation. 

16. (F 51533, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Landing at Jamestown in 1607. 3. (F 

51558, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Libby prison, Richmond, Va. 65. (F 

51546, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Lovers lane, Jamestown exposition 

grounds. 114. (F 51551, Mar. 13, 

1907.) 
Mines and metallurgy building, James- 
town exposition, 1907. 107, (F 51553, 

Mar. 13, 1907.) 



Jamestown amusement and 

vending company, 

Norfolk, Va. 

Monticello. 47. (F 51535, Mar. 13, 
1907.) 

Monticello hotel, Norfolk, Va, 164. (F 
51531, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Montpelier. 48. (F 51532, Mar. 13, 
1907.) 

Negro basket maker. 156. (F 51536, 
Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Negro log cabin. 155. (F 51549, Mar. 
13, 1907.) 

Official seal of the Jamestown exposition, 
1907. 111. (F 51541, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Palace of Manufactures and Liberal Arts, 
Jamestown exposition, 1907. 105. (F 
51556, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Pocahontas saving the life of John Smith. 
5. (F 51557, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Powhatan oak, Jamestown exposition 
grounds. 113. (F 51526, Mar. 13, 
1907.) 

Pride of the navies, Jamestown exposi- 
tion, 1907. 103. (F 51559, Mar. 13, 
1907.) 

Ruins of Ambler House, Jamestown Is- 
land. 17. (F 51548, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Sand hill at Cape Henry, Va. 151. 
(F 51540, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

St. John's church, Hampton, Va. 23. 
(F 51529, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

St. John's church, Richmond, Va. 21. 
(F 51538, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

St. Paul's church, Norfolk, Va. 29. 
(F 51539, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

State's exhibit palace, Jamestown expo- 
sition, 1907. 106. (F 51552, Mar. 13, 
1907.) 

United States government pier, James- 
town exposition, 1907. 110. (F 51561, 
Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Van Lew House, Richmond, Va. 66. 
(F 51550, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

White House of the Confederacy, Rich- 
mond, Va. 52. (F 51537, Mar. 13, 
1907.) 

William and Mary college, Williams- 
burg, Va. 40. (F 51530, Mar. 13, 
1907.) 

Jansson (Augustus L.), West 
Somerville, Mass. 

Basket ball girl. (F 52016, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

[8235 

Bellman (The). (F 52018, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
Drummer (The). (F 52017, Mar, 22, 

1907.) 
Mr. Isacs. (F 52013, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
Pauline, (F 52021, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
Percy. (F 52019, Mar. 22, 1907.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



239 



Jansson (Augustus L.), West 

Somerville, Mass. 

Polly. (F 52020, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

Sandwich Sam. (F 52015, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

Watchman (The). (F 52014, Mar. 22, 

1907.) 

Journal newspaper company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Longfellow (Henry Wadsworth). (F 
51491, Mar. 7, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1907.) [8236 

Judy (Coralie J. de Lisle-), 
St. Louis, Mo. 
Hush. A lullaby. (F 50940, Feb. 25, 
1907.) [8237 

Keller (A. R.) & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Boy's (The) drowned body back to 

Grecian land. (F 51638, Mar. 14, 

1907.) [8238 

Chartres cathedral. (F 51489, Mar. 4 

1907.) 
Dorian Gray. Is that his name. (F 

51649, Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Gerald: Mother forgive me, I have been 

to blame. (F 51458, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Gerald: Well dear mother, I hope you 

have settled it all with Lord Iliing- 

worth. (F 51486, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
His spectacles seemed almost to touch 

the palm. (F 51637, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
It never occurred to me that Tyrid Gra- 
ham was plaving a trick on me. (F 

51455, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Look at him! Can he deny it? Does 

he dare to? (F 51488, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Oh! to this Tommy Liafford. (F 52058, 

Mar. 23, 1907.) 
Poems. (F 51487, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Ripple (The) of girls ' laughter at the stern. 

(F 52057, Mar. 23, 1907.) 
Vivian: I intend to call on The Decay 

of Lying. A protest. (F 51456, Mar. 

11, 1907.) 
Wilde (Oscar). (F 51115, Feb. 23, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 
You are the prettiest girl I ever saw. 

(F 51457, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
You may kiss me. (F 52056, Mar. 23, 

1907.) 

Kelly (Anna), Jalapa, Vera 

Cruz, Mexico. 

Teddy bear. (F 51482, Mar. 12, 1907.) 

[8239 

Keppler & Schwarzmann, 
New York, N. Y. 
Little (A) Dutch girl. (F 51564, Mar. 
13, 1907.) [8240 



Keppler & Schwarzmann, 
New York, N. Y. 
Personal (The) equation. (F 51563, 
Mar. 13, 1907.) 
2 c. each Mar. 23, 1907.) 

King (John), New York, 
N.Y. 
Ain't it — to be poor. (F 51937, Mar. 20, 
1907.) [8241 

Little drops of water. (F 51938, Mar. 20, 

1907.) 
Man wants but little here below. (F 

51940, Mar. 20, 1907.) 
Mary had a little caif. (F 51939, Mar. 
20, 1907.) 
! Suggestion for bachelor's den. (F 51941, 
Mar. 20, 1907.) 

King (Moses), New York, 

N.Y. 

Singer building. (F 50256, Feb. 1, 1907.) 

[8242 
Kinney (Herbert A.), Grand 
Junction, Mich. 
Oldwise thinking of thee. (F 51928, 
Mar. 18, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) [8243 

Klackner (C), New York, 
N. Y. 
Amalfi. (F 48936, Dec. 29, 1906; 1 c. 
Dec. 29, 1906; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1907). [8244 

Lee (James) company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Amidst the poppies. (F 51245, Mar. 4, 

1907.) [8245 

Baby's best friends. (F 51243, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
Farewell. (F 51241, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Farmer's daughter. (F 51235, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
Fond mothers. (F 51237, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Fuss and fun. (F 51242, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Grand canal. (F 51233, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Happy hours. (F 51244, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Light load. (F 51239, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Milk maid. (F 51232, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Playing grandma. (F 51240, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
Village smithy. (F 51234, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Wanderer's return. (F 51236, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
Well hooked. (F 51238, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Lidberg (E. H.), Red Wing, 
Minn. 
Snowy (A) morning. (F 51352, Mar. 6. 
1907.) [8246 

Life publishing company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Thin ice. (F 51494, Mar. 12, 1907.) [8247 



240 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Ligon (David Sylvester), 
Comanche, Ind. T. 
Down the ladder of vice and up the ladder 
of life. (F 47196, Nov. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Feb. 26, 1907.) [8248 

Lincoln trust company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Lincoln (Abraham). (F 51592, Mar. 15, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1907.) [8249 

Linehan-Loveland company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Members of the business men's club of 
Cincinnati. (F 50122, Jan. 28, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 29, 1907.) [8250 

Lock wood (Richard B.), 
Yonkers, N. Y. 
Trident (The). (F 50862, Feb 21, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 14, 1907.) [8251 

Louisville herald, Louisville, 
Ky. 
Banner day page design. (F 48570, Nov. 
21, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 15, 1906.) [8252 

Lounsbury (Fred C), Plain- 
field, N. J. 
Amaranth spermestes. (F 51210, Mar. 4, 

1907.) [8253 

American blue bird. (F 51206, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
Blue tit. (F 51204, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Blue titmouse. (F 51202, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Carnation. (F 51568, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Celebration. (F 51219, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Chaffinch. (F 51205, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Chrysanthemum. (F 51567, Mar. 13, 

1907.) 
Crested titmouse. (F 51211, Mar. 4, j 

1907.) 
Decoration. (F 51217, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Dissipation. (F 51222, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Flirtation. (F 51218, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Four leaf clover. (F 51569, Mar. 13, 

1907.) 
Gold finch and bull finch. (F 51 207, Mar. 

4, 1907.) 
Horse shoe. (F 51571, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Irish girl. (F 50917, Feb. 23, 1907.) 
Jollification. (F 51224, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Lily of the valley. (F 51566, Mar. 13, 

1907.) 
Mastication. (F 51223, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Navigation. (F 51221, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Rabbit's foot. (F 51570, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Recreation. (F 51214, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Reformation. (F 51213, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Resignation. (F '51216, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Robins. (F 51208, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Rose. (F 51565, Mar. 13, 1907.) 



Lounsbury (Fred C), Plain- 
field, N. J. 
Snowy owl. (F 51212, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Sparrow. (F 51203, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Swallows. (F 51209, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Thrush. (F 51201, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Vacation. (F 51220, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Vexation. (F 51215, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Wishbone. (F 51572, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

McCarthy (Helen Lovejoy), 

Waltham, Mass. 

Easter greeting. (F 51094, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

[8254 
Greeting from Waltham, Mass. (F 51095, 
Mar. 1, 1907.) 

McClelland (Ellwood H.), 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
Book plate for Sigma Nu fraternity. (F 
51132, Mar. 2, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 

[8255 

McMurran (J. E.), Newport 
News, Va. 
Principal characters of early Jamestown. 
(F 48180, Dec. 7, 1906; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1907.) [8256 

Marken & Bielfeld, Fred- 
erick, Md. 
Barbara Fritchie, her flag, her relics, and 
her home. (F 51591, Mar. 15, 1907; 2 
c. Mar. 7, 1907.) [8257 

Meek company, Coshocton, 

Ohio. 

Amazing (An) story. (F 51036, Feb. 18, 

1907.) [8258 

Catharine. (F 51041, Feb. 18, 1907.) 
Gladys. (F 51037, Feb. 18, 1907.) 
Gretchen. (F 5104.0, Feb. 18, 1907.) 
Tete-a-tete (A). (F 51038, Feb. 18, 1907.) 
Waiting to settle. (F 51039, Feb. 18, 

1907.) 

Merchant's novelty company, 
Boston, Mass. 
What they tried to do. What we did. 
(F 51007, Oct. 25, 1906; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1906.) [8259 

Merriam (G. & C.) company, 
Springfield, Mass. 
Flags of various nations. (F 52125, Mar. 
27, 1907.) [8260 

Official flags of the United States; wind 
and weather flags. (F 52126, Mar. 27, 
1907.) 

Midgley (John Edward), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Divine pledge. (F 50859, Jan. 7, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 20, 1907.) [8261 



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241 



Mitchell (Jno. J.) company, 

New York, N. Y. 

A.merican fashions. Supplement. The 

Sartorial art journal. March, 1907. A 

and B. (F 50307, 50308, Feb. 2, 1907; 

2 c. of each Mar. 27, 1907.) [8262 

Munn & co., New York, 
N. Y. 
Fossil (A) wonder from the permian of 
Texas. (F 52074, Mar. 25, 1907; 2 c. 
Mar. 26, 1907.) [8263 

Naegele (Charles Frederick), 
New York, N. Y. 
Holland dame, by Robert David Gauley. 
(F 50847, Feb. 20, 1907.) [8264 

Pines (The), by Charles Warren Eaton. 
(F 50848, Feb. 20, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Mar. 1, 1907. 

National game company, St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Key to Mr. Pickwick's reception. (F 
51714. Mar. 18, 1907.) [8265 

Neal (E. B.), Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Clarita. (F 51345, Mar. 6, 1907.) [8266 

Elopement (The). (F 51331, Mar. 6, 

1907.) 

Follow the leader. (F 51339, Mar. 6, 

1907.) 
For mother's pies. (F 51334, Mar. 6, 

1907.) 

Fredonia. (F 51349, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Good bye. (F 51341, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Griselda. (F 51353, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Junitata. (F 51344, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Laughing waters. (F 51333, Mar. 6, 
1907.) 

Liberty roses. (F 51346, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Life on the Ocean wave. (F 51335, Mar. 
6, 1907.) 

Louise. (F 51350, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Nydia. (F 51342, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Queen of the hunt. (F 51338, Mar. 6, 
1907.) 

Heady for market. (F 51337, Mar. 6, 

1907.) 
Ring-around-a-rosy. (F 51336, Mar. 6, 

1907.) 
Rosalind. (F 51343, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Shirley. (F 51348, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Spring blossoms. (F 51332, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Summer (A) evening. (F 51340, Mar. 6, 
1907.) 

Zara. (F 51347, Mar. 6, 1907.) 



New York evening telegram 
(New York herald com- 
pany), Jersey City, 
N. J. 
Bargain day Bill. Mar. 15, 1907. (F 
• 51661, Mar. 16, 1907.) [8267 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. Feb. 23, 
1907. (F 50951, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Feb. 28, 1907. (F 51109, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 

Mar. 2, 1907. (F 51184, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 

Mar. 7. (F 51411, Mar. 8, 1907.) 

Mar. 9, 1907. (F 51426, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 

Mar. 14, 1907. (F 51642, Mar. 15, 

1907.) 

Mar. 16, 1907. (F 51715, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Late Mr. Long. Mar. 8, 1907. (F 51419, 

Mar. 9, 1907.) 

Monkey shines of Marseleen. He spends 
a day in the country. (F 52026, Mar. 
21, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 22, 1907.) 

Pa Puddinhead. Feb. 27, 1907. (F 
51063, Feb. 28, 1907.) 

Mar. 1, 1907. (F 51185, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 

Mar. 6, 1907. (F 51393, Mar. 7, 

1907.) 

Mar. 13, 1907. (F 51643, Mar. 15, 

1907.) 

Mar. 20, 1907. (F 51980, Mar. 21, 

1907.) 

Pilgrim's progress. Feb. 26. 1907. (F 

51033, Feb. 27, 1907.) 
Mar. 5, 1907. (F 51394, Mar. 7, 

1907.) 
Mar. 12, 1907. (F 51518. Mar. 13, 

1907: 2 c. Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Ventriloquial vag. Feb. 25, 1907. (F 

51008, Feb. 26, 1907.) 

Mar. 4, 1907. (F 51325. Mar. 6, 

1907.) 

Mar. 11, 1907. (F 51495, Mar. 12, 

1907.) 

Mar. 18. 1907. (F 51884, Mar. 19. 

1907.) 

New York herald company, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Abraham H. Hummel on the witness 

stand. (F 51062, Feb. 28, 1907.) [8268 
After dinner with the literary chaps. 

Mar. 10. (F 51408, Mar. 8, 1907; 2 c. 

Mar. 9, 1907.) 
Bryan (William Jennings). (F 51660, 

Mar. 16, 1907.) 
Buster Brown. Feb. 17, 1907. (F 50661, 

Feb. 13, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1907.) 



242 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



New York herald company, 

Jersey City, N.J. 

Buster Brown. Mar. 3, 1907. (F 50931, 

Feb. 23, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Mar. 10, 1907. (F 50936, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1907.) 
Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51427, Mar. 11, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1907.) 
Evelyn Nesbit Thaw asked about paper 

she saw burned. (F 51035, Feb. 27, 

1907.) 
Flint (Dr. Austin). (F 51659, Mar. 15, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1907.) 
Fluffy Humes. Mar. 3. 1907. (F 51106, 

Mar. 1, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Mar. 10, 1907. (F 51407, Mar. 8, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1907.) 
Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51584, Mar. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1907.) 
Harriman defending his record in man- 
aging roads. (F 51061, Feb. 28, 1907.) 
Harry K. Thaw listening to the testi- 
mony of Dr. Evans. (F 51183, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
Harry Thaw, laden with letters, as he 

appears in court. (F 51133, Mar. 2, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1907.) 
I do not believe that I am a master of 

anything. (F 51108, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

James C. Smith, brother-in-law of Stan- 
ford White, on the witness stand. Dr. 
Rudolph Witthaus. (F 51519, Mar. 13, 
1907.) 

Jelliffe (Dr. Smith Ely). (F 51978, Mar. 
21, 1907.) 

Judge Fitzgerald hearing Messers Jerome 
and Delmas. (F 52029, Mar. 22, 1907; 
2 c. Mar. 23, 1907.) 

Jungle puzzle. Mar. 10, 1907. (F 51409, 
Mar. 8, 1907; 2 c.Mar. 9, 1907.) 

Mar. 17, 1907. F 51583, Mar. 14, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1907.) 

Little Nemo in Slumberland. Feb. 17, 

1907. (F 50662, Feb. 13, 1907; 2 c. 

Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Mar. 3, 1907. (F 50930, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1907.) 
— - Mar. 10, 1907. (F 50935, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1907.) 

Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51430, Mar. 11, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1907.) 

Little Sammy Sneeze. Feb. 17, 1907. 

(F 50664, Feb. 13, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 11, 

1907.) 
Mar. 3, 1907. (F 50928, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Mar. 10, 1907. (F 50933, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1907.) 

Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51428, Mar. 11, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1907.) 



New York herald company, 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Terrors of the tiny tads. Feb. 17, 1907. 

(F 50659, Feb. 13, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 11, 

1907.) 
Mar. 3, 1907. (F 50927, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Mar. 10, 1907. (F 50932, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1907.) 
Mar. 17, 1907. ' (F 51431, Mar. 11, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1907.) 
Thaw as he carries his bundles to and 

from court. (F 52027, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
Thaw in earnest consultation with his 

counsel. (F 51644, Mar. 15, 1907.) 

Thaw (Mrs. Harry K.) is handed her 
school diary. (F 51060, Feb. 28, 1907.) 

Thaw (Mrs. William), mother of the slayer 
of Stanford White in witness chair. (F 
51410, Mar. 8, 1907.) 

Three important witnesses at railroad in- 
quiry. (F 51107, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Wagner (Dr. Charles E.) Expert alienist 
who classified brain explosions. (F 
51326, Mar. 6, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1907.) 

When Dr. Carlton Flint confronted Eve- 
lyn Nesbit Thaw. (F 51034, Feb. 27, 
1907.) 

Wish twins and Aladdin's lamp. Feb. 17, 
1907. (F 50663, Feb. 13, 1907; 2 c. 
Mar. 11, 1907. 

Mar. 3, 1907. (F 50929, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Mar. 10, 1907. (F 50934, Feb. 23, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1907.) 

Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51429, Mar. 11, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1907. 

New York Times, New York, 
N. Y. 
Baby (A) is a good substichoot f'r a 
ballot. (F 51414, Mar. 9, 1907.) [8269 
Brute. Monster. (F 51415, Mar. 9, 1907. 
He don't know yet that he ain't votin' f'r 
th' King iv Poland. (F 51416, Mar. 9, 
1907.) 

How often do ye hear about a fellow that 
he is very plain but has a beautiful na- 
ture. (F 51159, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Hy, Mayer behind the scenes. (F 51437, 
Mar. 11, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 15, 1907.) 

I am th' riv'rend Thompson Jubb. 3. 
(F 50972, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

If ye think th' highest jooty iv citizen- 
ship is to raise a fam'ly, why don't ye 
give a vote to th' shad. (F 51157, Mar. 
2, 1907.) 

Lady (A) with an erratic face is sure to be 
married befure a dhream iv beauty. 
(F 51158, Mar. 2, 1907.) 



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243 



New York Times, New York, 
N. Y. 

Look here, said a lady fr'm th' daily fluff, 
this has gone far enough. 2. (F 50971, 
Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Palatial homes of well-known New 
Yorkers. Residence of Francis Bur- 
rail Hoffman. (F 51438, Mar. 11, 
1907.) 

Residence of John Henrv Hammond. 

(F 51716, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Mar. 3, 1907. (F 51187, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 

2. (F 51025, Feb. 27, 1907.) 

Some impressions of the passing show. 

Feb. 24, 1907. (F 51024, Feb. 27, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1907.) 

Mar. 3, 1907. (F 51186, Mar. 4, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1907.) 

Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51717, Mar. 18, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 20, 1907.) 
Supposin' he wore a plug hat an' a pair 

iv skates — an' supposin' th' next day — 

four o'clock in Janooary. 1. (F 50970, 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Newkirk (Fred), New York, 

N. Y. 

Motoring at the mines. (F 51313, Mar. 5, 

1907.) [8270 

North American Company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Little Growling Bird in Windegoland. 

Sept. 30, 1906. (F 46013, Oct. 1, 1906.) 

[8271 



— Feb. 24, 1907. 
1907.) 

3, 1907. 



(F 50973, Feb. 25, 
(F 51200, Mar. 4, 
(F 51870, Mar. 18, 
(F 51871, Mar. 18, | No * forgotten 



Mar 

1907.) 

Mar. 10, 1907. 

1907.) 

Mar. 17, 1907. 

1907.) 

Osborn (Fred H.), Indianola, 
Iowa. 
Chapel building, Simpson College, In- 
dianola, Iowa. (F 50614, Feb. 11, 1907 ; 
2 c. Feb. 26, 1907.) [8272 

Science hall, Simpson college, Indian ola, 
Iowa. (F 50615, Feb. 11, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Feb. 26, 1907. 
Otterheimer (I. & M.), Balti- 
more, Md. 
Easter at the seashore. (F 51371. Mar. 7, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1907.) [8273 

Easter promenade on the boardwalk. 
<T 50578, Feb. 9, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 9, 
1907.) 

Outcault (R. F.), Flush- 
ing, N. Y. 
All's ready. (F 50992, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

[8274 



Outcault (R. F.), Flush- 
ing, N. Y. 
Allright. (F 50995, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
At yo' service. (F 50991, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Brush? (F 50990, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
| Cornered. (F 50985, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
j Delight. (F 50975, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
I Don't break it. 24. (F 52078, Mar. 25, 
1907.) 

! Flyers. (F 50974, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
j Going fast. (F 50981, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
' Good fronts. (F 50997, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
j Good springs. 23. (F 52077, Mar. 25, 
1907). 

! Halo. (F 50982, Feb. 25, 1907). 

Hunter (A) (F 50984, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
| Knocker (A) (F 50979, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
j Not bare. (F 50989, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
On the go. (F 50977, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
i Peeping. (F 50980, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
i Promenade. (F 50978, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
! Quality. (F 50987, Feb. 25, 1007.) 
| Repose. 26. (F 52080, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Resting. ( F 50976, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Shepard. (F 52003, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
Style. (F 50994, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Ties. (F 50993, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Tip (A) (F 50996, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Traveling. (F 50988, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Why not rest. 25. (F 52079, Mar. 25, 

1907.) 
Windy. (F 50986, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Youth. (F 50983, Feb. 25, 1907.) 



Parry (John Richard), 
Denver, Colo. 



jr. 



(F 51359, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

[8275 

Pearson, A. C, Duluth, 
Minn. 
Greetings from beautiful Duluth. (F 
51490, Mar. 8, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1907.) 

[8276 
Kansas City greetings. (F 51993, Mar. 22, 
1907.) 

Pittsburgh automatic vise 
and tool company, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

Give us a trial. (F 51374, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

[8277 

If we only knew how to get at vou. (¥ 
51373, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

We await your orders. (F 51376, Mar. 7, 
1907.) 

We wish to arrest your attention. (F 
51375, Mar. 7, 1907.) 



244 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Plant (P. J.), Washington, 
D. C. 

As good as you are. 151. (F 50846, Feb. 

19, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) [8278 

Here's to the land of the shamrock so 

green. (F 50918, Feb. 23, 1907.) 
Man of words. 152. (F 50845, Feb. 19, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 
There is so much good. 150. (F 50844, 

Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) 
Porter (S. S.), Chicago, 111. 
Dolores. (F 51372, Mar. 7, 1907.) [8279 

Prichard (Edward), East 
Orange, N. J. 
Glories of Ireland. (F 51110, Mar. 2, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1907.) [8280 

Prior (Frederick J.), Hins- 
dale, 111. 
End and cross sectional views of prairie 
type, balanced-compound locomotive. 
Supplement to the Art of railroading. 
(F 51636, Mar. 4, 1907.) [8281 

Modern prairie type locomotive. Supple- 
ment to the Art of railroading. (F 
51635, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. of each Mar. 15, 
1907.) 

Proctor & Gamble company, 

Cincinnati. Ohio. 

Boy's love for mother Earth. (F 51059, 

Feb. 28, 1907.) [8282 

Curtained recess. (F 51057, Feb. 28, 

1907.) 
Does it match? (F 51055, Feb. 28, 1907.) 
Glove store. (F 51054, Feb. 28, 1907.) 
Little sleeping babe. (F 51058, Feb. 28, 

1907.) 
Winning stroke. (F 51056, Feb. 28, 
1907.) 

Reich (Jacques), New Dorp, 
N. Y. 
M.) (F 51750, Mar. 



Thackeray (W. 
1907.) 

Richards 



18, 
[8283 



York, 



(P.), New 
N. Y. 
Patsy Bolivar. Finds his position. (F 
50446, Feb. 5, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1907.) 

[8284 

Is horrified. (F 50447, Feb. 5, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 28, 1907.) 

Visits the New Amsterdam theatre 

and enjoys Brewster's millions. (F 
51065, Mar. 1, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Rogers (Chas. R,), Kirk- 
wood, Ga. 
Sassy (A) bunch. (F 51929, Mar. 18, 
1907; 2 c. Mai. 7, 1907.) [8285 

Rose company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Beauteous maid of the South. (F 50964, 
Feb. 25, 1907.) [8286 

Bond (A.) (F 51442, Mar. 11, 1907.) 



Rose company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Breezy maid of Chicago. (F 50966, Feb. 

25, 1907.) 
Caruso (Enrico) (F 51441, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Indian inaid of the West. (F 50967, Feb. 

25, 1907.) 
Mattfeld (Marie). (F 51443, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 
Melba (Madam Nellie). (F 51440, Mar. 

11, 1907.) 
Military maid of West Point. (F 50968, 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Navy maid of Annapolis. (F 50962, Feb. 

25, 1907.) 
Puritan maid of Boston. (F 50969, Feb. 

25, 1907.) 
Quaker maid of Philadelphia. (F 50963, 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Tailor maid of New York. (F 50965, 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Rosser (W. P.), Washington, 
D. C. 
With best wishes from the bottom of my 
sole. (F 51045, Feb. 28, 1907.) [8287 

Rossi (L. Melano), Boston, 



Ground plan of the Madonna di Vico. 

(F 51001, Feb. 25, 1907.) [8288 

Antonelli's plan of the drum. (F 50998, 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Antonelli's section. (F 50999, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 
Sectional elevation of the Madonna di 

Vico. (F 51000, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Side view of the Madonna di Vico. (F 

51002, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Roth (Geo. E.), Pennsburg, 
Pa. 
Perkiomen girl. (F 51593, Mar. 15, 1907; 
2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) [8289 

Roth (J. H.), Peoria, 111. 
Greetings from Dixieland. (F 51934, 
Feb. 20, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) [8290 

Russell (Willis W.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Indian war chief. (F 51478, Mar. 8, 1907.) 

[8291 
Schliewen (Albert C), New 
York, N. Y. 
Old maid's evening prayer. (F 48225, 
Dec. 14, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1907.) [8292 

Scribners (Charles) sons, 
New York, N. Y. 
Scribner's poster for April. (F 51396, 
Mar. 8, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1907.) [8293 

Sewell (Thomas H.), St. 

Michaels, Md. 

Lake, St. Michaels, Md. (F 51453, Mar. 

11-, 1907.) [8294 

On the river, St. Michaels, Md. (F 

51454, Mar. 11,1907.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



245 



Sheahan (Maurice T.), 

Brookline, Mass. 

Be good and you'll be happy. (F 51685, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) [8295 

Be noble. (F 51111, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Captain of my soul. (F 51361, Mar. 7, 

1907.) 
Cigarette (The) fool. (F 51670, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Do what's right. (F 51015, Feb. 27. 

1907.) 
Don't. (F 50905, Feb. 23, 1907.) 
Don't count your chickens before they 

are hatched. (F 51677, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Don't forget it. (F 51017, Feb. 27, 1907.) 
Don't speculate. (F 50904, Feb. 23, 

1907.) 
For the smoker. (F 51686, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Forgive it. (F 51367, Mar. 7, 1907.) 
Happy moments. (F 52034, Mar. 23, 

1907.) 
Help others. (F 51018, Feb. 27, 1907.) 

(F 51369, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

I dreamt I sent a telephone. (F 50900, 

Feb. 23, 1907.) 
Jolly man. (F 50902, Feb. 23, 1907.) 
Just do your best. (F 51676, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Keep a-going. (F 51362, Mar. 7, 1907.) 
Kindness. (F 51681, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Life is an arrow. (F 51672, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Life's compass. (F 51364, Mar. 7, 1907.) 
Live and let live. (F 51368, Mar. 7, 

1907.) 
Love is not getting. (F 51679, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Maiden's (The) prayer. CF 51669, Mar. 

18, 1907.) 
Make the best of it. (F 51366, Mar. 7, 

1907.) 
My work. (F 51668, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Never. (F 51678, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Now please look pleasant. (F 51365, 

Mar. 7, 1907.) 
Of all sad words. (F 51680, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
One sat by the seaside. (F 51684, Mar. 

18, 1907.) 
Power (The) of words. (F 51673, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Rest. (F 51114 Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Similies. (F 51683 Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Sleep sweet. (F 50901, Feb. 23, 1907.) 
Smoke up. (F 51674, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Task (A) F 51671, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
They are never alone. (F 51112, Mar. 2, 

1907.) 
Thinker (The) and the toiler. (F 50906, 

Feb. 23, 1907.) 
Time flits away. (F 51016, Feb. 27, 1907.) 
Trifles. (F 51675, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Try. (F 50903, Feb. 23, 1907.) 

28250— r T 4. nos 14-17—07 3 



Sheahan (Maurice T.), 

Brookline, Mass. 

Two's company three's none. (F 52033, 

Mar. 23, 1907.) 
Value of a friend. (F 51682, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Waiting. (F 51113, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Write your letter. (F 51363, Mar. 7, 

1907.) 
You're the only girl I ever loved. (F 

51370, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

Shultz (Lewis Albert), Wil- 
kinsburg, Pa. 
Base hit, (F 51590, Mar. 14, 1907.) 

[8296 
Base on balls. (F 51589, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Mar. 5, 1907. 

Southwestern historical society, 
Muskogee, Ind. T. 
Men who framed the constitution for the 
state of Oklahoma. (F 47892, Dec. 6, 
1906; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) [8297 

Sprague & Hathaway company, 

West Somerville, Mass. 

Our drummer. (F 51975, Mar. 21, 1907.) 

[8298 
Springfield metal body com- 
pany, Springfield, Mass. 
Halt (A) for refreshments. (F 51401, Mar. 
8, 1907.) [8299 

Spuehler (Edwin C), St. 
Louis, Mo. 
I am speechlessly happy since you have 
said that I am it. (F 52072, Mar. 25, 
1907.) [8300 

I could support you forever. (F 52068, 

Mar. 25, 1907.) 
See what you have driven me to. (F 

52071, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
This last time and I will shrink up for- 
ever. (F 52069, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Will you accompany me in A Flat? I 
have the do. (F 52070, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Will you be my baby. (F 52065, Mar. 25, 

1907.) 
You have never told me why you turned 

me down. (F 52066, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
You will be my little girl always. (F 
52067, Mar. 25', 1907.) 

Stevens (Chas. A.) & Bro.. 

Chicago, 111. 

Beauty trio. (F 51472, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

[8301 

Composure. (F 51470, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Coquettes. (F 51469, Mar. 11. 1907.) 
Kimono girls. (F 51471, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
On promenade. (F 51514, Mar. 12, 1907 . ) 
Parisian quintet. (F 51473, Mar. 11, 
1907.) 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Stokes (Frederick A.) com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
He dared not wait for her words. (F 
51042, Feb. 28, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1907.) 

[8302 

Stone (Chas. J.) company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Sartorial world engravings. Figure 188. 
March, 1907. (F 52123, Mar. 27, 1907.) 

[8303 

Figure 189. March 1907. (F 52124, 

Mar. 27, 1907.) 
Supplement A. Feb. 1907. (F 

51479, Feb. 20, 1907.) 

Supplement B. Feb. 1907. (F 

51480, Feb. 20, 1907.) 

Supplement C. Feb. 1907. (F 

51481, Feb. 20, 1907.) 

Stoughton (Arthur A.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Bronx (The) Sunday school association 
yearbook. (F 51493, Feb. 12, 1907.) 

[8304 

Strode (A. M.), Mullan, 
Idaho. 

Great copper belt, north of Stevens peak, 
south of South Fork of Coeur d'Alene 
river, Mullan, Shoshone co., Idaho. 
5298. (F 50861, Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 6, 1907.) [8305 

Hunter mining district, Chloride moun- 
tains, Shoshone co., Idaho. (F 52121, 
Mar. 27, 1907.) 

Nonpareil copper mine. Looking south 
from the S. bridge on N. P. railroad. 
3597. (F 50860, Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 5, 1907.) 

Sunday school times com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Brick store chambers at Pithom. (F 

51252, Mar. 4, 1907.) [8306 
Brook Jabbok to-day. (F 51247, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
General view of Corinth. (F 51257, Mar. 

4, 1907.) 
Juncture of the Suez Canal and the Red 

Sea. (F 51256, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
On the banks of the River Nile. (F 

51253, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Oriental prison. (F 51249, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Oriental rings, chain, and chariot. (F 

51250, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Peak known as Horeb of the Sinaitic 
range. (F 51254, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Samaritans observing the Passover. (F 
51255, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Section of the fertile land of Goshen. (F 

51251, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Stony ground of Beth-el. (F 51246, Mar. 
4, 1907.) 



Sunday school times com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Traditional pit of Joseph at Dothan. (F 
51248, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
2 c. each Mar. 6, 1907. 

Suthard (C. M.), Norfolk, 
Va. 
Come, fly with me to Norfolk, Va. (F 
51663, Mar. 18, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

[8307 

Thompson, (Robert Jay), 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Judex. (F 52032, Mar. 23, 1907.) [8308 

Thorp (Thomas), Hayne (Jos- 
eph T.), and May (Fred- 
erick T.), jr., trustees of 
Essex lodge No. 49, F. & 
A. M., Elizabeth, N. J. 
Essex lodge No. 49, F. & A. M. (F 52031, 
Mar. 23, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 15, 1907.) [8309 



Tiny 



New 



tads company, 

York, N. Y. 

Aboard the Halibutterfly. (F 52142, 

Mar. 27, 1907.) [8310 

Ain't it fun. (F 52153, Mar. 27, 1907.) 
Butterflies (The). (F 52154, Mar. 27, 

1907.) 
Gracious me! the Tad declares. (F 

52156, Mar. 27, 1907.) 
Hat tree. (F 52141, Mar. 27, 1907; 2 c. 

Mar. 19, 1907.) 
Hooray, hooray. (F 52155, Mar. 27, 1907.) 
How odd, that corsets should abound. (F 

52143, Mar. 27, 1907.) 
I wish I wuz a tiny Tad. (F 52145, Mar. 

27, 1907.) 
Kodakshund (A) espies a tad. (F 52144, 

Mar. 27, 1907.) 
Oh, naughty, naughty! says the Tads. (F 

52152, Mar. 27, 1907.) 
Poor little kangarooster. (F 52146, Mar. 

27,1907.) 
See the way the Taddy trots. (F 52151, 

Mar. 27, 1907.) 
Sultry (A) heart pervades the wood. 

52148, Mar. 27, 1907.) 
Tad (The) he hears an orful roar. 

52149, Mar. 27, 1907.) 
T'was on the good Balbriggantine. 

52147, Mar. 27, 1907.) 
When he dresses. (F 52150, Mar. 
1907.) 



(F 
(F 
(F 
27, 



Tribune company, Chicago, 

Hi- 
Absent minded aunt makes another mis- 
take. (F 51010, Feb. 27, 1907.) [8311 

thought she saw the most beautiful 

woman. (F 51927, Mar. 20, 1907.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



247 



Tribune company, Chicago, 
111. 

Auntie remembers her niece, but forgets 

about the horse. (F 51923, Mar. 20, 

1907.) 
Delia Carson. (F 50948, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Dry bread doesn't do hungry Tommy. (F 

51423, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Flat building in which Miss Delia Carson 

lives. (F 50950, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Foxy the artist needs no armed guards. 

(F 51421, Mar. 11,1907.) 
How Mr. Foxy broke the shock of his fall. 

(F 51012, Feb. 27, 1907.) 
Hungry Tommy investigates the tempt- 
ing dish. (F 51009, Feb. 27, 1907.) 
tries to escape the cook. (F 51922, 

Mar. 20, 1907.) 
visits his country uncle. (F 51926, 

Mar. 20, 1907.) 
Miss Carson aged 2, with her mother. (F 

50942, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Miss Carson aged 7. (F 50943, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 
Miss Carson aged 18. (F 50944, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 
Miss Carson aged 20. (F 50945, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 
Miss Delia Carson as she appears on her 

way to work as a stenographer. (F 

51023, Feb. 27, 1907.) 
Miss Delia Carson with her mother and 

sisters. (F 50949, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Not much of a joke for auntie's cat. (F 

51422, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Poses of Miss Carson at the age of 22. (F 

50946, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Poses showing varying moods of Miss 

Delia Carson. (F 50947, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
These naughty Rhine boys disturbed 

uncle's nap. (F 51420, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Those Rhinoceros boys didn't get it, but 

ma did. (F 51011, Feb. 27, 1907.) 
What a beautiful bouquet for Miss Rhi- 
noceros. (F 51924, Mar. 20, 1907.) 
When the wolves failed to get a square 

meal. (F 51925, Mar. 20, 1907.) 

Tuttle (O. H.), Chicago, 111. 
To make sure. (F 50123, Jan. 28, 1907.) 

[8312 

L" 11 man manufacturing company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Birthday sign. Friday's child is loving 

and giving. (F 51140, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

[8313 

Monday's child is fair of face. (F 

51136, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Saturday's child works hard for a liv- 
ing. (F 51141, Mar. 2, 1907.) 



Ullman manufacturing company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Birthday sign. Sunday's child is bonny 

and good. (F 51135, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Thursday's child is sure to be sad. 

(F 51139, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Tuesday's child is full of grace. (F 

51137, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Wednesday's child is merry and glad. 

(F 51138, Mar., 2, 1907.) 

Bunny girl. An Easter offering. (F 

51149, Mar. 2, 1707.) 
Easter morning. (F 51148, Mar. 2, 

1907.) 
Happy Easter time. (F 51147, Mar. 

2, 1907.) 
Joyous Easter. (F 51146, Mar. 2, 

1907.) 
Easter. Easter greeting. Blank cross 

with flowers around. (F 51142, Mar. 2, 

1907.) 

Cross with flowers in centre. (F 

51143, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Cross with tree in centre — flowers 

around. (F 51144, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Red, white, blue egg with child in 

center. (F 51145, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Sporty bears. A dip in the surf. (F 
51151, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Here's for a home run. (F 51153, 

Mar. 2, 1907.) 

King of the alley. (F 51150, Mar. 2, 

1907.) 
Love all. (F 51152, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

On the links. (F 51155, Mar. 2, 

1907.) 

Out for a big game. (F 51154, Mar. 2, 

1907.) 

Unexpected (An) bite. (F 51156, 

Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 
P. 1116^. (F 51327, Mar. 6, 1907). [8314 
P. 1121. (F 51328, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
P. 1811. (F 51329, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
P. 3697. (F 51585, Mar. 14, 1907; 2 c. 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 
P. 3698£. (F 51586, Mar. 14, 1907; 2 c. 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 
P. 3719. (F 51330, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
P. 30094. (F 51587, Mar. 14, 1907; 2 c. 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 
P. 79584. (F 51588, Mar. 14, 1907; 2 c. 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 

Vance (William H.), San 

Francisco, Cal. 

Auto-go-round. (F 51425, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

[8315 



248 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Wardle (Joseph), Chicago, 

Sapphire songs. (F 51492, Mar. 9, 1907.) 

[8316 
Wellman (Walter), New 
York, N. Y. 
Beauty isn't all on the surface. (F 51911, 

Mar. 19, 1907.) [8317 

Come on in, the water is fine. (F 51910, 

Mar. 19, 1907.) 
Faint heart ne'er won fair lady. (F 51921, 

Mar. 19, 1907.) 
How'd you like to be the sea-serpent. (F 

51916, Mar. 19, 1907.) 
I am so lonesome here without you. (F 

51908, Mar. 19, 1907.) 
If my wife could see me now. (F 51920, 

Mar. 19, 1907.) 
Oh mother, may I go out and swim. (F 

51915, Mar. 19, 1907.) 
Signal (A) of distress. (F 51912, Mar. 19, 

1907.) 
Summer girls and some are boys. (F 

51919, Mar. 19, 1907.) 
This is how I felt in mv first bathing suit. 

(F 51917, Mar. 19. 1907.) 
This is no place for a man. (F 51918, 

Mar. 19, 1907.) 
This is no place to spend a honeymoon. 

(F 51913, Mar. 19, 1907.) 
Use soft soap for bald heads. Well the 

idea. (F 51914, Mar, 19, 1907.) 
Won't you come teach us how to swim. 

(F 51909, Mar. 19, 1907.) 

Whitehead & Hoag company, 

Newark, N. J. 

Fair (A) persuader no. 4. (F 51882, Mar. 

18, 1907.) [8318 

Holland cattle. (F 50173, Jan. 29. 1907.) 
June. (F 51134, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Wolff (Louis) & co., ltd., 

London, England. 

First whispers of love. (F 50636 Feb. 12, 

1907.) [8319 

Floral dance. (F 50634, Feb. 12, 1907; 

2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 
Love's awakening. (F 50635, Feb. 12, 

1907.) 
Old, old story. (F 50631, Feb. 12, 1907.) 
Rest on the road, after the picture by 

Yeend King. (F 49575, Jan. 14, 1907; 

2 c. Jan. 16, 1907.) 
Tannhauser. (F 50633, Feb. 12, 1907.) 
Try again, after the picture by Arthur J. 

Elsly. (F 49574, Jan. 14, 1907; 2 c. 

Jan. 16, 1907.) 
Under the blossom. (F 50632, Feb. 12, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) 



Wood (Otis F.), New Brigh- 
ton, N. Y. 
Binnacle Jim talks of ill omens. (F 

51872, Mar. 18, 1907.) [8320 

Brer B'ar shows the tar baby how to 

shoot. Mar. 3, 1907. (F 51167, Mar. 

2, 1907.) 
Brer Rabbit makes water run uphill. 

Mar. 10, 1907. (F 51445, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Bub, he's always to blame. Mar. 3, 1907. 

(F 51164, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Mar. 10, 1907. (F 51449, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 
Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51874, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Mary and her little lamb. Mar. 3, 1907. 

(F 51162, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Mar. 10, 1907. (F 51451, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 
Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51877, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Mose becomes a protectionist against for- 
eign invasion. Mar. 17, 1907. (F 

51879, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Sambo and his funny noises. Mar. 3, 

1907. (F 51160, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Mar. 10, 1907. (F 51452, Mar. 11, 

1907. 

Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51876, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 

Simon Simple takes Mose for a ride. 

Mar. 3, 1907. (F 51163, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Simon Simple and his German band. 

Mar. 10, 1907. (F 51448, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
S-stut-ter-ing S-sammy. Mar. 3, 1907. 

(F 51165, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Mar. 10, 1907. (F 51447, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 

Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51875, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 

Uncle George Washington Bings, the vil- 
lage storyteller. Mar. 3, 1907. (F 
51166, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Mar. 10, 1907. (F 51446, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 

Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51873, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. Mar. 

3, 1907. (F 51161, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Mar. 10, 1907. (F 51450, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 
Mar. 17, 1907. (F 51878, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 

Woodson (Marie L.), Den- 
ver, Colo. 
Showers of blessing. (F 47957, Dec. 8, 
1906.) [8321 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1907 4, 018 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space, the copyright notice after each title is abb revia ted ; the statement as to receipt of copies 
is always omitted when the 2 copies have been received on the same day as the day of entry. Thus 
the notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read: ' Copyright by Ackerman & Quigley 
lithograph company, Kansas City, Mo. Class G, XXc, no. 15395, Mar. 4, 1907: 2 copies received Mar. 
4, 1907. 



1271. 



129,°,. 



Ackerman & Quigley litho- 
graph company, Kansas 
City, Mo. 
Burlesque. I saw it first. 8 sheet. 1269. 
(G 15395, Mar. 4, 1907.) [8322 

Jew character. 3 sheet. 1318. (G 

15392, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Kid dream scene. 1 sheet. 1309. (G 

15389, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Kids and Dutchman. \ sheet. 1310. 

(G 15390, Mar. 4, U07.) 
Kids and hornets. \ sheet. 1311. (G 

15391, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Pictorial letter bill. Prof. Lee. 8 sheet. 

1245. (G 15394, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Shirley (Jessie). 3 sheet. 1301. (G 

15386, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Trumbull (Frances). 3 sheet. 

15393, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Whiteside (Walker!. 3 sheet 

15385, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
bust. 1 sheet. 1294. (G 15387, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 
full view. 1 sheet. 1295. (G 

15388, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Appomattox trust company, 

Petersburg, Va. 

Appomattox. (G 15414, Mar. 9, 1907.) 

[8323 
Beery (Robert O.), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Autumn. (G 15464, Mar. ]9, 1907.) [8324 
Clubs. (G 15468, Mar. 19, 1907.) 
Diamonds. (G 15467, Mar. 19, 1907.) 
Hearts. (G 15469, Mar. 19,1907.) 
(G 15466, Mar. 19, 1907.) 
(G 15462, Mar. 19, 1907.) 

(G 15463, Mar. 19, 1907.) 
(G 15465, Mar. 19, 1907.) 

Breuker & Kessler co., Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
(G 15397, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

[8325 
(G 15399, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
(G 15398, Mar. 6, 1907.) 



Spades. 
Spring. 
Summer. 
Winter. 



Easter's pet. 

Holly twig. 
Wild Rose. 



Butler (John L.), Columbus, 
Ohio. 
Gathering water lillies. (G 15308, Feb. 
23, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1907.) [8326 

Continental art company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Last moment of Christ on Golgotha on the 
day of the Crucifixion. (G 15377, Mar. 4, 
1907.) [8327 

Courier company of Buffalo, 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Act (An) not on the Program. Barnum 

& Bailey. (G 15418, Mar. 13, 1907; 2 

c. Mar. 14, 1907.) [8328 

Bedinis. Ringling bros. show. (G 

15419, Mar. 14, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 15, 1907 .) 

Belford acrobats. Ringling bros. (G 

15433, Mar. 16, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Brawny Bedouins. Buffalo Bill's Wild 

West. (G 15361, Mar. 2, 1907; 2 c. 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Broncho busters and cow punchers. Buf- 
falo Bill's Wild West. (G 15357, Mar. 

2, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Buffalo Bill's great Wild West. no. 3693. 

(G 15359, Mar. 2, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
De Mott (Miss Josie). (G 15416, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 
Four Nevaros. Forepaugh & Sells Bros. 

(G 15400, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Home again. 3692. (G 15358, Mar. 2, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Johnnie Busch, jr., father & sister. (G 

15435, Mar. 16, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Meers sisters. Barnum & Bailey. (G 

15355, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
My Hula-Hula girls. (G 15432, Mar. 16, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Our Japanese contingent. Buffalo Bill's 

Wild West. (G 15360, Mar. 2. 1907; 2 

c. Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Ringling bros' big free street parade. (G 

15434, Mar. 16, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 15, 1907.) 
War dance. Buffalo Bill's Wild West. 

(G 15404, Mar. 7, 1907; 2c. Mar. 8, 1907.) 

249 



250 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Darling (Jessie), Providence. 
R.I. 
America's finest. (G 15461, Mar. 18, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1907.) [8329 

Darnell (Mary C), Collings- 
wood, N. J. 
Kris Kringle. 1-5. (G 15476-15480, 
Mar. 12, 1907.) [8330 

Eddy (Robert), Milwaukee, 

Wis. 

Around here they can't hold their tongues. 

(G 15307, Feb. 23, 1907.) [8331 

Here's a lemon. (G 15309, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
This is a famous watering place. (G 

15306, Feb. 23, 1907.) 
This is no place for a camel. 2. (G 

15352, Feb. 28, 1907.) 
This town has a fine press club. (G 15351, 

Feb. 28, 1907.) 

Gray lithograph company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Memories. (G 15310, Feb. 25, 1907.) 



My sweetheart. (G 15396, Mar. 5, 1907.) 
Playmates. (G 15311, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Hampton Roads paper co., 
Norfolk, Va. 
Here's to the land of the long leaf pine. 
(G 15402, Mar. 2, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6,1907. 

[8333 

Hayes lithographing co., 

Buffalo, N. Y. 

Society buds. 1 to 4. (G 15332,15335, 

Feb. 26, 1907.) [8334 

Springtime. 1 to 4. (G 15325,15328, 

Feb. 26, 1907.) 
Sweet sixteen. 1 to 3. (G 15329,15331, 
Feb. 26, 1907.) 

Illustrated postal card and 

novelty company, New 

York, N. Y. 

Boardwalk by night, Atlantic City, N. J. 

(G 15513, Mar. 28, 1907.) [8335 

Interior hardwood co., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. 
Front end of a living room. (G 15200, 
Feb. 4, 1907.) [8336 

Hall and dining room. (G 15201, Feb. 4, 
1907.) 1 c. of each Jan. 26, 1907; 2 c. of 
each Mar. 6, 1907. 

Ketterlinus lithographic 
manufacturing company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Harvesting. (G 15356, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

[8337 

Kohn (Adelbert), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Lucky birthstone. May. (G 15503, Mar. 
26, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1907.) [8338 



Kurz & Allison, Chicago, 111. 
George Washington entering Trenton. 
1789. (G 15376, Mar. 4, 1907.) [8339 

Lord Baltimore press, Bal- 
timore, Md. 
Rose Budd. (G 15470, Mar. 20, 1907.) 

[8340 

McLoughlin brothers, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Hunters' camp fire. 1579. (G 15494, 
Mar. 26, 1907.) [8341 

Sail by moonlight. 1578. (G 15495, Mar. 

26, 1907.) 

Markendorff (George), New 
York, N. Y. 
Automobile race. (G 15457, Mar. 18. 
1907.) [8342 

Automobiling. (G 15454, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Four-in-hand. (G 15450, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Fox-hunt. (G 15456, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Park drive. (G 15453, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Running race. (G 15451, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Speeders. (G 15452, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Steeple-chase. (G 15458, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Tandem. (G 15455, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Trotting race. (G 15459, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Meek company, Coshocton, 

Ohio. 

Cecilia. (G 15368, Mar. 4, 1907.) [8343 

Mitchell (Jno. J.) company, 

New York, N. Y. 

Spring and Summer. Supplement to the 

American ladies' tailor, v. 5. No. 3. 

Mar., 1907. (G 15406, Mar. 8, 1907; 2 c. 

Mar. 18, 1907.) [8344 

Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Brazen (The) serpent. 2| by 3. (G 

15347, Feb. 27, 1907.) [8345 
23i by 26|. (G 15412, Mar. 8, 1907; 

2 c. Mar. 9, 1907.) 
Day (The) of atonement. 2f by 3. (G 

15344, Feb. 27, 1907.) 
Death of Moses. 2fbv3. (G 15349, Feb. 

27, 1907.) 

God feeds Israel in the wilderness. 2f by 
3. (G 15338, Feb. 27, 1907.) 

23i by 26i. (G 15410, Mar. 8, 1907; 

2c. Mar. 9, 1907.) 
I Golden calf. 2f by 3. (G 15341, Feb. 

27, 1907.) 
I Israel journeying to Canaan. 2f by 3. 
(G 15345, Feb. 27, 1907.) 
Moses pleading with Israel. 2f by 3. (G 

15348, Feb. 27, 1907.) 

231 by 26*. (G 15413, Mar. 8, 1907; 

2 c. Mar. 9, 1907.) 



CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 



251 



Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Review. 2f by 3. (G 15350, Feb. 27, 

1907.) 
Sin (The) of Nadab and Abihu. 2f by 3. 

(G 15343, Feb. 27, 1907.) 
Tabernacle (The). 2f by 3. (G 15342, 

Feb. 27, 1907.) 
Ten (The) commandments. Duties to- 
ward God. 2f bv 3. (G 15339, Feb. 
27, 1907.) 

Duties toward men. 2f by 3. (G 

15340, Feb. 27, 1907.) 

23i h y 26^ (G 15411 , Mar. 8, 

1907; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1907.) 
Two (The") reports of the spies. 2f by 3. 
(G 15346, Feb. 27. 1907.) 

Scamapielo (F. Z.j, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Certificato d'ammissione societa Italiana 
die mutuo soccorso Maria Santissia 
Delle Grazie. (G 15353. Feb. 28, 1907.) 

[8346 
Schermerhorn. (Philip G.), 
New York, N. Y. 
James T. Powers in The blue moon. (G 
14872, Dec. 19, 1906; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1907.) 

[8347 j 
Schwab & Wolf, New York, 
N. Y. 
Clubs. (G 15512, Mar. 28, 1907.) [8348 
College fencing girls. (G 15408, Mar. 8, | 

1907.) 
Diamonds. (G 15511, Mar. 28, 1907.) 
Eagles & flags. (G 15460, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Teddy bears. (G 15407, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Standard lithographing com- 
pany, New York. N. Y. 
Electric race track. (G 15474, Mar. 21, 
1907.) [8349 

Strobridge lithographing com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Cody (Col.) on horse. 12 sheet, 1907-C- 
25. (G 15025, Jan. 17, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 
8, 1907.) [8350 

Experience. 1 sheet, N.Y. 12218. (G 
14830, Dec. 28, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1907.) 
Free. 1 sheet. N.Y. 12211. (G 14980. 

Jan. 11, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1907.) 
Giraffes. N. Y. 1907-R-82. 8 sheet. 
(G 15246, Feb. 7, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 8, ! 
1907.) 

Holloways. N.Y. 1907-R-61. 16 sheet. 
(G 15244, Feb. 7, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1907.) 
United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Barrie(J.M.); bust portrait. 10334. (G , 
15268, Feb. 11, 1907.) [8351 



United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Circus acts and female aerial artist. 10287. 
(G 15371, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Circus scenes. 10257. (G 15375, Mar. 4, 
1907.) 

Clowns, mules, and trained monkeys. 
10308. (G 15317, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Dan Patch. 10367. (G 15321, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 
Darktown and his mule. 10347. (G 

15323, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Elephant and tiger combat, 10270. (G 
15313, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Female figure and letter bill. 10272. (G 
15312, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Four Gentry brothers; bust portraits and 
two scenes. 10353. (G 15319, Feb. 25, 
1907.) 

Four male portraits, dog and pony head. 
10357. (G 15373, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Goldberg (Dora). 10227. (G 15318, Feb. 
25, 1907.) 

Great train hold-up. 10320. (G 15316, 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Lion, lioness and letter bill. (G 15254, 

Feb. 9, 1907.) 
Lion, tiger, ballet dancer and letter bill 

design. 10284. (G 15372, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Monkey equestrian. 10355. (G 15320, 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Monkey railroad. 10354. (G 15314, Feb. 

25, 1907.) 
Nine laughing faces and dog head. 

10256. (G 15374, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Riot scene. 10223. (G 15192, Feb. 1, 

1907.) 
Trained monkeys. 10350. (G 15322' 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 
World renowned acrobats imitated bv 

trained monkeys. 10348. (G 15315, 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Wagner (John E.), Norfolk, 
Va. 
Jamestown historical souvenir and puz- 
zle. ' (G 15401, Mar. 6, 1907.) [8352 

Whitehead & Hoag com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 
Salome. (G 15336, Feb. 26, 1907.) [8353 
Teddy bear. (G 15337, Feb. 27, 1907.) 

Zadig (Curt S.), New York, 

N.Y. 

Which is yours. (G 15415, Mar. 8, 1907.; 

[8354 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1907 931 



CLASS H, PHOTOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalpbabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title Is abbreviated. The statement as to receipt of 2 
copies is always omitted when the 2 copies have been received on the same day as the day of entry. 
The notice after the first title, if printed in full, would read: ' Copvright bv W. C. Allen, Aberdeen, 
S. Dak. Class H, XXc. no. 91319, Mar. 11, 1907; 2 copies received Mar. 11, 1907. 



Allen (W. 0.)j Aberdeen, 
S. Dak. 
And the dog laughed. (H 91319, Mar. 11, 
1907.) . [8355 

American stereoscopic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
A. 58149. (H 90824, Mar. 1, 1907; 2 c. 
Mar. 2, 1907.) [8356 

A. 84837. (H 90825, Mar. 1, 1907; 2 c. 

Mar. 2, 1907.) 
A. 88843. (H 90755, Feb. 19, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 20, 1907.) 

Angle (Jackson H.), Free- 
port, 111. 
Cedar creek, Cedarville, 111. (H 91520, 
Mar. 16, 1907.) [8357 

Ashby (Elizabeth), Sparks 
City, Nev. 
Nuniana (Captain Dave) 1. (H 91537, 
Mar. 16, 1907.) [8358 

Avjian (Armen H.), Maiden, 
Mass. 
Hub amateur journalist club. (H 91318, 
Mar. 9, 1907.) [8359 

Bachrach & bro., Baltimore, 
Md. 
Cardinal Gibbons in his study. A. to D. 
(H 90157-90160, Feb. 5, 1907.) 
2 c. each Jan. 24, 1907. [8360 

Ball (Willis A.), Stuart, Fla. 
Fish among the coral. (H 90751, Feb. 25, 
1907.) [8361 

Barde (F. S.), Guthrie, Okla. 

Barde's authorized photograph of the 

Oklahoma constitutional convention. 

(H 90488, Feb. 6. 1907; 2 c. Mar. 9, 

1907.) [8362 

Barde's photograph of the Oklahoma con- 
stitutional convention in session. (H 
90489. Feb. 14. 1907; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1907.) 

Barker (Charles E.), United 
States. 
U. S. S. St. Louis. (H 91076, Mar. 5, 
1907.) [8363 

28250— pt 4, xos 14-17—07 4 



Bateham (C. S.), Newark, 
Ohio. 

Chimes of St. Paul's Catholic church, 
Norwalk. O. (H 91927, Mar. 25, 1907.) 

[8364 

Beats (Jessie T.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Washington arch at night. (H 90970, 
Mar. 4, 1907.) [8365 

Beck (Chas. R. R.), Thur- 
mont, Md. 
Carroll st. looking north, Thurmont, Md. 
(H 91160, Mar. 7, 1907.) [8366 

| Church st. looking north, Thurmont, Md. 
(H 91163, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

; Iron bridge, Harman's Gap road, Thur- 
mont, Md. (H 91525, Mar. 16, 1907.) 

Snow mantled sentinel, Thurmont, Md. 
(H 91524, Mar. 16, 1907.) 

W. Main st. looking west, Thurmont, Md. 
(H 91162, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

Water st. looking south, Thurmont, Md. 
(H 91161, Mar. 7, 1907.) 



Bell 



York, 



(Curtis), New 
N. Y. 
Labor. 1st panel. By John W. Alexan- 
der. (H 91125, Mar. 6, 1907.) [8367 

2nd panel. (H 91126, Mar. 6, 1907.^ 

(H 91127, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
(H 91128, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
(H 91129, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
(H 91130, Mar. 6, 
(H 91131, Mar. 6, 
(H 91132, Mar. 6, 
(H 91133, Mar. 6, 
(H 91134, Mar. 6, 
(H 91135, Mar. 6, 
(H 91136, Mar. 6, 



3rd panel. 

— — 4th panel. 

5th panel. 

6th panel. 

7th panel . 

8th panel. 

9th panel. 

10th panel. 

11th panel. 

12th panel. 

13th panel. 

15th panel. 



1907.) 
1907.) 
1907.) 
1907.) 
1907.) 
1907.) 
1907. 'i 



(H 91137, Mar. 6, 1907.) 
(H 91139 Mar. 6, 1907.) 
253 



254 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Bell (Curtis), New York, 
N. Y. 
Large decorative painting by John W. 
Alexander, part of a series of five. 1. 
(H 91140, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

2. (H 91141, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

3. (H 91142, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

4. (H 91143, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

5. (H 91144, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Bennett (L. Hershey), Balti- 
more, Md. 
Teddy bears. The artist. (H 91864, 
Mar. 22, 1907.) [8368 

— At school. (H 91860, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
(H 91862, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

(H 91858, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
(H 91852, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
(H 91851, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
(H 91847, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
(H 91857, Mar. 22, 



Banker. 

Base ball 

Boxing. 

Coasting. 

Fishing. 

Fourth of July 

1907.) 
Go cart. (H 91855, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

Naughty little bears. (H 91866, 

Mar. 22, 1907.) 

The photographer. (H 91856, Mar. 

22, 1907.) 

Pic-nic. (H 91849, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

Playing golf. (H 91848, Mar. 22, 

1907.) ' 

Riding. (H 91854, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

See-saw. (H 91863, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

- Soldiers. (H 91865, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

Swinging. (H 91861, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

Tea party. (H 91850, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

Telephone. (H 91853, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

Travelers. (H 91859, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

Berwick store company, 
(Limited), Berwick, Pa. 
New bridge, Pa. 1. (H 91538, Mar. 16, 
1907.) [8369 
2. (H 91539, Mar. 16, 1907.) 

Betzler (Theodore Geo.), 
Newark, N. J. 
Hein (Carl). (H 91932, Mar. 25, 1907.) 

[8370 

musical director. (H 91931, Mar. 25, 

1907.) 

Bloom (A. J.), Hamburg, 

N.J. 

Along the Susquehanna, Hamburg, N. J. 

(H 90837, Mar. 1, 1907.) [8371 

Along the Wallkill, Hamburg, N. J. 1. 

(H 90831, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

2. (H 90832, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Furnace lake, Hamburg, N. J. (H 90838, 
Mar. 1, 1907.) 



Bloom (A. J.), Hamburg, 
N.J. 



(H 



(H 
(H 



Ice formation at the paper mills. 

90835, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Ingersoll's Falls, Hamburg, N. J. 

90839, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Main street, Hamburg, N. J. A. 

91369, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
— B. (H 91370, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Paper mill dam, winter, Hamburg, N.J. 

(H 90830, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Paper mill flume and dam, winter, Ham- 
burg, N. J. (H 90829, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Paper mill flume, winter, Hamburg, N. J. 

(H 90834, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Paper mills, Hamburg, N. J. (H 90836, 

Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Paper mills, winter, Hamburg, N.J. (H 

90833, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Boos (Edward H.), Missoula, 

Mont. 

Flathead squaw and papoose. (H 91359, 

Mar. 11, 1907.) [8372 

Home of the Flatheads. (H 91356, Mar. 

11, 1907.) 
Indian dancing men, in holiday attire. 

(H 91358, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Wat-Yat-Mas. Hoy-Hy. (White Brant^ 

(H 91357, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

Boston herald company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Bixbv (Mrs. Arthur G.). 3. (H 91895, 

Mar. 23, 1907.) [8373 

Briggs (Helen Russell). (H 91311, Mar. 

9, 1907.) 
Condon (Alice), Danvers, Mass. 2. (H 

91361, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Danforth (Annie Laurie), Norway, Maine. 

5. (H 91364, Mar. 11. 1907.) 

Ester (Miss Wanda). (H 91312, Mar. 9, 

1907.) 
Fuller (Miss M. B.) (H 91557, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Gagnon (Mrs. Sophia B.) 2. (H 91894, 

Mar. 23, 1907.) 
Gordon (Irene E.) Roxbury, Mass. 1. 

(H 91360, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Keene (Mrs. C. H.) (H 91560, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Lancaster (Louise). (H 91558, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Learning (Florence Lucile), New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 4. (H 91363, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 
Lothrop (Gladys A.), Everett, Mass. 

3. (H 91362, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Mackenzie (Anna Isabel). 4. (H 91896, 

Mar. 23, 1907.) 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



255 



Boston herald company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Markley (Miss E. H.) (H 91313, Mar. 9, 

1907; 1 c. Mar. 9, 1907; 1 c. Mar. 11, 

1907.) 
Mitchell (Margaret). 5. (H 91897, Mar. 

23, 1907.) 
Nichols (Mrs. R. A.) (H 91314, Mar. 9, 

1907.) 
Prouty (Martha). (H 91561, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Remington (Mrs. Thomas Adams). (H I 

91315, Mar. 9, 1907.) 
Soper (Grace M.) (H 91559, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Yerex (Mrs. Annie M.) 1. (H 91893, 

Mar. 23, 1907.) 

Bosworth (L. M.), Ames, 
Iowa. 
Margaret hall, Iowa state college, Ames, 
Iowa. (H 90136, Feb. 5, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 6, 1907.) [8374 

Brady (George W.), 
North Paterson, X. J. 
Boy and cow. (H 91145, Mar. 7, 1907; 
2 c. Mar. 15, 1907.) [8375 

Braun. Clement & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Autumn Oaks, by George Tuness. 150. 

(H 86720, Dec. 17, 1906.) [8376 

Bashful (The) suitor, by Jozef Israels. 

539. (H 86721, Dec. 17, 1906.) 
Expectation, by Jozef Israels. 637. (H 

86722, Dec. 17, 1906.) 
Holy (The) family; repose in Egypt, by 

Ludwig Knaus. 404. (Detail.) (H 

86746, Dec. 17, 1906.) 
Miss Rich building a home of cards, by i 

Wm. Hogarth. 227. (H 86744, Dec. 

17, 1906.) 
Portrait of a lady, bv Hoppner. 290. (H J 

86718, Dec. 17, 1906.) 
Portrait of John Grimes 1812, bv M. H. I 

Jouett, 181. (H 86725, Dec. 17, 1906.) | 
Sarah Franklin Bache, bv John Hoppner. 

336. (H 86719, Dec. 17, 1906.) 
Wife (The) of Franz Hals, by Franz Hals. ' 

269. (H 86742, Dec. 17, 1906.) 
2 c. each, Mar. 7, 1907. 

Bromley (Edward A.), Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 
Custer (General George A.) and the bear 
he killed in the Black Hills, 1874. (H 
90681, Feb. 23, 1907.) [8377 

Brown (H. W.), Tifton, Ga. 
Business section, Tifton, Ga. (H 91968, 

Mar. 26, 1907.) [8378 

Clyatt block, Tifton, Ga. (H 91967, 

Mar. 26, 1907.) 



Brown (H. W.), Tifton, Ga. 
Cotton picking, Tifton, Ga. (H 91445, 

Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Hotel Myon, Tifton, Ga. (H 91443, 

Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Myon (The) hotel, Tifton, Ga. (H 91444, 

Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Picking cotton, Tifton, Ga. (H 91446, 

Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Vickers' (E. L.) residence, Tifton, Ga. 

(H 91969, Mar. 26, 1907.) 

Burke (Frank P.), Chicago, 

111. 

Little moccasin maker. (H 91705, Mar. 

19, 1907.) [8379 

Watching the chase. (H 91704, Mar. 19, 

1907.) 

Burt (F. D.), Bennington, Vt. 
Old first church. Interior. Bennington, 
Vt. (H 91818, Mar. 12, 1907.) [8380 
St. Francis de Sales church. Altar. Ben- 
nington, Vt. (H 91817, Mar. 12, 1907.) 
2 c. each Mar. 13, 1907. 

Cardinell, Vincent company, 
Oakland, Cal. 
Playmates. (H 91276, Mar. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Mar. 9, 1907.) [8381 

Carruth (W. E.), New Or- 
leans, La. 
Abita Spring, Abita Springs, La. (H 
91550, Mar. 18, 1907.) [8382 

Cassill (George N.), Boston, 
Mass. 
Longfellow (Henrv W'adsworth). H 

91518, Mar. 7, 1907. [8383 

Chicago Bailey company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Chief's (The) own. (H 91387, Mar. 2, 
1907.) [8384 

Chickering (Elmer), Boston, 



Brown (Gen. R. B.) 14 by 17. (H 90481, 
Mar. 1, 1907.) [8385 

Justices of the Supreme Court of Massa- 
chusetts. 14 by 17. (H 90722, Feb. 
25, 1907.) 

Sherman (Judge Edgar G.) 1. 14 by 17. 
(H 91456, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
- 2. 14 by 17. (H 91457, Mar. 14, 



1907.) 

— 3. Cabinet. 
1907.) 

— 4. Cabinet. 
1907.) 

— 5. 8 by 10, 
1907.) 

— 6. 8 by 10. ( 



(H 91458, Mar. 14, 

(H 91459, Mar. 14, 

(H 91460, Mar. 14, 

H 91461, Mar. 14, 1907.) 



256 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Choate (William Wirt), Har- 
lan, Ky. 
Wash day on the Cumberland. 101. (H 
91336, Mar. 11, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1907.) 



Clarke (F. C.) Cranford, N. J. 
Clark (W. G.) at work. (H 90628, Feb. 19, 
1907.) [8387 

cementing a filament. (H 90627, 

Feb. 19, 1907.) 

filling a test-tube. (H 90624, Feb. 

19, 1907.) 
Parker (H. C.) and Clark (W. G.) exam- 
ining a filament. (H 90625, Feb. 19, 
1907.) 

testing a filament. (H 90626, Feb. 

19, 1907.) 
2 c. each Feb. 11, 1907. 

Claudy (C. H.), Washington, 

D. C. 

Patrol (The). (H 91752, Mar. 20, 1907.) 

[8388 

Cleaves (E. C), Lake Placid, 
N. Y. 
Whiteface in winter. (H 90818, Mar. 1, 
1907.) [8389 

Clinedinst (B. M.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Bonaparte (Mrs. Charles J.) (H 90767, 

Feb. 26, 1907.) [8390 

Bryce (James). British ambassador. (H 

90770, Feb. 26, 1907.) 
Bryce (Mrs. James). Wife of the British 

ambassador. (H 90771, Feb. 26, 1907.) 
Creel (Senor E. C.) Mexican ambassa- 
dor. (H 90768, Feb. 26, 1907 . ) 
Creel (Senora A. T. de) Wife of the 

Mexican ambassador. (H 90769, Feb. 

26, 1907.) 
Gaillard (Maj. David du B.) 6. (H 

91535, Mar. 16, 1907.) 
Goethals (Lieut. Col. George W.) 7. 

(H 91536, Mar. 16, 1907.) 
Meyer (Alice). 4. (H 91533, Mar. 16, 

1907.) 
Meyer (Julia). 3. (H 91532, Mar. 16, 

1907.) 
Meyer (Mrs. von L.). 1. (H 91530, Mar. 

16, 1907.) 

2. (H 91531, Mar. 16, 1907.) 

Rousseau (Admiral H. H.) 5. (H 

91534, Mar. 16, 1907.) 

Cones (Nancy F.), Coving- 
ton, Ky. 
A.t the ferry. (H 91480, Mar. 14, 1907.) 

[8391 
Cut (The) finger. (H 91484, Mar. 14, 
1907.) 



Cones (Nancy F.), Coving- 
ton, Ky. 
Do you want a bite? (H 91486, Mar. 14, 

1907.) 
Knitting. (H 91487, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Mother and child. 1. (H 91482, Mar. 14, 

1907.) 

2. (H 91483, Mar. 14, 1907.) 

Story (The) book. (H 91485, Mar. 14, 

1907.) 
Threading the needle. (H 91481, Mar. 14, 

1907.) 

Coovert (John Calvin), Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 
Cotton, cotton everywhere. (H 91241, 
Mar. 8, 1907.) [8392 

Looks like cotton. (H 91242, Mar. 8, 
1907.) 

Cornish (George Bancroft), 
Arkansas City, Kans. 
Corn grows big in Kansas. 10. (H 91543, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) [8393 

Full panoply. (H 91670, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
I Long horns and their master. (H 91674, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Not a blemish on him. (H 91672, Mar. 
18, 1907.) 
I Old monarchs of the plains. (H 91669, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Shipping Kansas corn. 9. (H 91542, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Thanksgiving. (H 91671, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Vanity. (H 91673, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Craven (Chas. E.), Kane, Pa. 
In the track of the tempest. (H 83604, 
Oct. 9, 1906; 2 c. Mar. 14, 1907.) [8394 

Crosier (L. Halsea), Reads- 
boro, Vt. 
Girlhood. (H 91105, Mar. 6, 1907; 2 c. 
Feb. 26, 1907.) [8395 

Cruver manufacturing com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Easter lilies. (H 90799, Feb. 28, 1907.) 



Cullen (Frank J.), Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Stratford, birthplace of Robert E. Lee. 
Road front. (H 90840, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

[8397 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 

! Anne. 4 by 5. (H 90728, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

[8398 

! 8 by 10. (H 90729, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

! 11 by 14. (H 90730, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Bashful suitor. (H 90850, Mar. 1, 1907.) 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



257 



Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 

Mass. 

Battle scene. Arabs making a detour. 

11 by 14. (H 90852, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Christ among the lowly. 11 by 14. (H 

90851, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Daphne. 8 by 10. (H 91699, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 

11 by 14. (H 90846, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Diffidence. 8 by 10. (H 91698, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
First music lesson. 11 by 14. (H 91686, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 

18 by 22. (H 91700, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Holland cattle. 11 by 14. (H 90847, 

Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Honeymoon (The) 11 by 14. (H 91696, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Horse fair. 18 by 22. (H 90844, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Intended (The) 11 by 14. (H 91681, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 

18 by 22. (H 90845, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Last (The) token. A Christian martvr. 

11 by 14. (H 91694, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Limier-Briquet hound. 8 by 10. (H 

90856, Mar. 1,1907.) 
- 11 by 14. (H 90855, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
(H 91689, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
4 by 5. (H 90723, Feb. 



Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 



(H 90726, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
(H 90727, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
by 10. (H 



1, 1907.) 
18 by 22. 



18 by 22. 

Little Miss M. 

25, 1907.) 

8 by 10. 

11 by 14. 

Lord (The) is my shepherd. 

90735, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

18 by 22. (H 91687, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Lost. 11 by 14. (H 91695, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 

18 by 22. (H 90842, Mar. 

Low tide, Bailey's Island. Me. 

(H 91692, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Madonna of the rose . 8 by 10 . 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 

11 by 14. 

Master Hare. 

1, 1907.) 
Miss Rich building a house of cards. 4 

by 5. (H 91680, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

8 by 10. (H 90854, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

11 by 14. (H 91685, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Motherly meditation. 8 by 10. (H 
91684, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

11 by 14. (H 91683, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

18 by 22. (H 91690, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Nancy. 4 by 5. (H 90731, Feb. 25, 
1907.) 



(H 90736, 



(H 90853, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
11 by 14. (H 90849, Mar. 



(H 90843, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
8 by 10. (H 90860. 

(H 90859, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
8 by 10. (H 90858, Mar. 



Nancy. 8 by 10. (H 90732, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 

11 by 14. (H 90733, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Puritan (A) girl. 8 by 10. (H 91682, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 

11 by 14. (H 90848, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Roman girl at a fountain. 8 by 10. (H 

90737, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Sentinels. 11 by 14. (H 90725, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 

18 by 22. (H 90724, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Sowing the tares. 11 by 14. (H 90738, 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Spring. 18 by 22. (H 90861, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 

11 by 14. 

Spring flowers. 

Mar. 1, 1907.) 

11 by 14. 

Storm (The) 

1, 1907.) 

11 by 14. (H 90857, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

18 by 22. (H 91693, Mar. 18, 1907. 

Terrace (The) 11 by 14. (H 90739, 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Views on the Seine. 11 by 14. (H 91697, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Whitman (Walt) 8 by 10. (H 91688, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 

11 by 14. (H 91691, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Who cares. 11 by 14. (H 90734, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 

Davis & Eickmeyer, New ■ - 
York, N. Y. 
Beware. (H 91739, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

[8399 
Blue Bells. (H 91736, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Dresden china. (H 91737, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Sincerity. (H 91740, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Sunshine. (H 91738, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Mar. 7, 1907. 

Day (Luella) St. Augustine, 
Fla. 
Fountain of youth. 1513. (H 91149, 
Mar. 7, 1907.) [8400 

De Mars (Frank H.), Win- 
sted, Conn. 
Highland lake, Winsted, Conn. (H 
91886, Mar. 23, 1907.) [8401 

Detroit publishing company, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Brother and sister. (H 90913, Mar. 1, 

1907.) [8402 

Canal st., New Orleans, La. (H 91070, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 



258 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Cook (The) (H 91479, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Edge of the woods. (H 91478, Mar. 14, 

1907.) 
Field museum, from tower of life saving 

station, Chicago, 111. (H 91071, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
Friedland. 1807. (H 91069, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 

(H 90911, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

(H 91439, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Lock (A) on the Stour. (H 90912, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Rise in thy beauty, Queen of the Night, 

lend us the joy of thy soft beaming 

light. 019485. (H 81011, Julv 20, 

1906.) 
Twin stars. (H 91438, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Downey (Wallace), New 
York, N. Y. 
Industrial peace. (H 91957, Mar. 15, 
1907.) [8403 

Edison (Thomas A.), West 
Orange, N. J. 
Teddy bears. Scenes, 1-12. (H 90687- 
90698, Feb. 23, 1907.) [8404 

Edwards (C), Chicago, 111. 
Students (A) dream. (H 90945, Mar. 2, 
1907.) [8405 

Evans (Jos. R.), Milford, 
Del. 
Duke and queen. (H 91703, Mar. 19, 
1907.) [8406 

Pointing a scattered covev. (H 91702, 
Mar. 19, 1907.) 

Fischer (Harry P.), Marietta, 

Ohio. 

Blennerhassett island near Parkersburg. 

(H 90828, Mar. 1, 1907.) [8407 

View of Blennerhassett Island. (H 

90827, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
When the Ohio river was high and wild. 
(H 90826, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Fishbaugh (W. A.), Empire, 

Canal Zone, Panama. 

Birds eye view of Paraiso, C. Z., Feb., 

1907. (H 92055, Mar. 28, 1907.) [8408 
Blasting in front of a steam shovel, canal 

at Empire, Feb., 1907. (H 92046, Mar. 

28, 1907.) 
Canal at Empire, C. Z., looking north, 

Jan., 1907. (H 92063, Mar. 28, 1907.) 
Canal from Pedro Miguel to the Pacific 

Ocean. (H 90700, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Canal looking north from Cunett, Dec, 

1906. (H 92062, Mar. 28, 1907.) 



I Fishbaugh (W. A.), Empire, 

Canal Zone, Panama. 

Canal looking south from Contractors hill, 

Feb., 1907. (H 92054, Mar. 28, 1907.) 

Canal looking south from Cunett, Dec, 

1906. (H 92048, Mar. 28, 1907.) 

| Culebra cut looking north, Feb., 1907. 

(H 92050, Mar. 28, 1907.) 
; Culebra cut looking north, Jan., 1907. 

(H 92061, Mar. 28, 1907.) 

1 Dam site, Gatun, C. Z., Feb., 1907. (H 

92056, Mar. 28, 1907.) 
J Ferry and village at Gatun, C. Z., Feb., 

1907. (H 92059, Mar. 28, 1907.) 
Making the dirt fly in Culebra cut, Feb., 

1907. (H 92058, Mar. 28, 1907.) 
Old Belgian engines, Empire, C. Z. (H 
92052, Mar. 28, 1907.) 

Old French machinery at Gorgona, C. Z. 

(H 92051, Mar. 28, 1907.) 
Overturned (An) steam shovel. (H 

92047, Mar. 28, 1907.) 
P. R. R. special train with President 

Roosevelt and party. (H 92057, Mar. 

28, 1907.) 
Pacific entrance to the canal and Laboca 

docks. (H 92060, Mar. 28, 1907.) 
Scene at Bas Obispo, Feb., 1907. (H 

92049, Mar. 28, 1907.) 
Washer women carrying tubs. (H 92053, 

Mar. 28, 1907.) 

Fitch (H. R.) San Diego, Cal. 
Group of officers and crew of the TJ. S. S. 
Charleston. (H 91987, Mar. 26, 1907.) 

[8409 

Flanders (James R.) Lancas- 
ter, N. H. 
Two kids. (H 91780, Mar. 21, 1907.) 

[8410 

Glasier (Fred W.), Brock- 
ton, Mass. 
Brockton fair, 1906. (H 83957, Oct. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1907.) [8411 

Somersaulting automobile. (H 83956, 
Oct. 17, 1906; 2 c Feb. 6, 1907.) 

Tee We Lee Ma. (H 91455, Mar. 14, 
1907.) 

Thrillers. (H 83955, Oct. 17, 1906; 2 c 
Feb. 6, 1907.) 

Glenn (James A.), Albany, 
N. Y. 
New York state capital. (H 90662, Feb. 
21, 1907; 2 c Feb. 23, 1907.) [8412 

Goddard (Karl G.), Lorain, 
Ohio. 
Mother and child. (H 91556, Mar. 18, 
1907.) [8413 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



259 



Goudiss (Charles Houston), 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Man (The). (H 91366, Mar. 12, 1907.) 

[8414 
Scotch minister. (H 91365, Mar. 12, 
1907.) 

Gragg (W. B.), Black Moun- 
tains, N. C. 
Birds eye view of Black M't'n, N. C. 
South east side. (H 90803, Feb. 28, 
1907.) [8415 

Birds eve view of Swannanoa, N. C. 
South-east side. (H 90802, Feb. 28, 
1907.) 

Green (John E.), Chester, 

Pa. 

Four of a kind. (H 91085, Mar. 5,1907.) 

[8416 
White Marsh hunt, On road. (H 91087. 

Mar. 5, 1907.) 
The start. (H 91086, Mar. 5, 1907.) 

Giissom (Sherwood T.), Dar- 

danelle, Ark. 

Birdseye view of Dardanelle, Ark. 4. 

(H 91925, Mar. 25, 1907.) [8417 

Dardanelle Rock from Norris town. 1. 

(H 91922, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Driveway around Dardanelle Rock. 3. 

(H 91924, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Shipment (A) of cotton from Dardanelle, 

Arkansas. (H 91449, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Signal Point, Dardanelle Rock. 2. (H 

91923, Mar. 25, 1907.) 

Grossman (A.), Dayton, 

Ohio. 

Souslin. (H 91741, Mar. 20, 1907.) [8418 

Souslin and family. (H 91742, Mar. 20, 

1907.) 

Haddix (Andrew J.), Wich- 
ita Falls, Tex. 
Wichita mill and elevator. (H 91522, 
Mar. 15, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1907.) [8419 

Hagelstein brothers, New 

York, N. Y. 

Joyful chorus. (H 91491, Mar. 15, 1907.) 

[8420 ! 
Hale (J. E.), Geneva, N. Y. 
Anthony (Susan B.) 8 by 10 profile view. 
(H 91371, Mar. 11, 1907.) [8421 

| length. (H 91372, Mar. 11, 1907: 

2 c. of each Feb. 4, 1907. 

Harden (Homer T.), Wich- 
ita, Kans. 
Cobbler (The) (H 91958, Mar. 9, 1907.) 

[8422 
Hare (Mrs. Alice), Santa 
Clara, Cal. 
Old (The) mill at Saratoga, California. 
(H 91389, Feb. 18, 1907.) [8423 



Hare (Mrs. Alice), Santa 
Clara, Cal. 

Old (The) seminary, built 1853, Santa 
Clara, California. (H 91388, Feb. 18. 
1907.) 

Harris (Isaac), Boston, Mass. 
Top of cork road. (H 91989, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 9 [8424 

Harvey (Charles E.), Boise 
City, Idaho. 
Pulchrum. (H 91282, Mar. 8, 1907.) 

[8425 
Quadrangular. (H 91281, Mar. 8, 1907.) 

Hawes (George Harrison), 
Chicago, 111. 
W T ater (The) carrier. (H 91899, Mar. 22, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1907.) [8426 

Heaton (Augustus G.), 
Washington, D. C. 
Baron Steuben at Valley Forge. (H 91492, 
Mar. 15, 1907.) [8427 

Hembree (Walter L.), Mc- 
Minnville, Oreg. 
Wail from headquarters. He — lp Roo — 
sevelt. (H 90684, Feb. 23, 1907.) [8428 

Herrick (G. Herbert), W T in- 

chendon, Mass. 

No admittance. (H 90786, Feb. 27, 1907. j 

[8429 

Heustis (Louise Lyons), 

New York, N. Y. 

Mother and child. (H 91490, Mar. 5, 

1907; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1907; 1 c. Mar. 6, 

1907.) [8430 

Holt (A. E.), Rhyolite, Nev. 
On the desert. (H 91244, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 
c. Feb. 12, 1907.) [8431 

Huling (Flora), Kansas City, 
Mo. 
Huling (Flora). (H 90622, Feb. 19, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 26, 1907.) [8432 

Hull (Dana), Chicago, 111. 
Burnham (Mjs. Clara Louise); J length, 

front face. (H 91329, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

[8433 
front face with furs. (H 91331, Mar. 

11, 1907.) 

side face. (H 91330, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

Holmes (Burton); Moorish head. (H 

91332, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
seated; profile face. (H 90944, Mar. 

2, 1907.) 
standing; front face. (H<90943,Mar. 

2, 1907.) 

Hull (Horace), Chicago, 111. 
High water. (H 91898, Mar. 23, 1907.) 

[8434 



260 



CATALOGUE OF COPY EIGHT ENTRIES 



Hunter (Isabelle Card), New 

York, N. Y. 

Star" Spangled banner, which" floated over 

Fort McHenry, Baltimore, Md., Sept. 

12, 1814. (H 92045, Mar. 28, 1907.) 

[8435 

Huntington (Charles R.), 
New York, N. Y. 
Oil painting of Abraham Lincoln. (H 
91072, Jan. 2, 1907; 1 c. Jan. 2, 1907; 1 
c. Mar. 1, 1907.) [8436 

Ingersoll (Truman i Ward) , 
St. Paul, Minn. 
South St. Paul stock yards (Panorama of). 
H 91883, Mar. 22, 1907.) [8437 

Ingraham (Norman R.), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
At anchor. (H 90743, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

[8438 
Hove to. (H 90740, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
In the trades. (H 90741, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
On the wind. (H 90742, Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Jehle (Robert A.), Lind- 
strom, Minn. 
Come on in, the water is fine. Chisago 
lakes. (H 91754, Mar. 20, 1907.) [8439 

Launching on Chisago lakes. (H 91758, 

Mar. 20, 1907.) 
Moonlight on the lake. (H 91756, Mar. 

20, 1907.) 
N. P. R. R. bridge near Lindstrom, Minn. 

(H 91757, Mar. 20, 1907.) 
Sailing on Chisago lakes. (H 91753, Mar. 

20, 1907.) 
Shady (A) nook, Chisago lakes. (H 

91755, Mar. 20, 1907.) 

Johnson & Overbey, Mobile, 
Ala. ' 
Emperor Felix III. arrives on his royal 
yacht the Winona. (H 90796, Feb. 15, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) [8440 

Johnson company, Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 
Utah legislative assembly, session of 1907. 
(H 91327, Mar. 11, 1907.) [8441 

Johnston (R. W.), Ingram, 

Pa. 

Carnegie technical schools. Class of '08. 

(H 91249, Mar. 7, 1907.) [8442 
Day industrial class. (H 91248, 

Mar. 7, 1907.) 
Plebe class. '09. (H 91250, Mar. 7, 

1907.) 
Fifth and Liberty ave. during 1907 flood. 

(H 91544, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
First class attending Margaret Morrison 

schools. . (H 91247, Mar. 7, 1907.) 
Liberty and Water street during 1907 

flood. (H 91547, Mar. 18, 1907.) 



Johnston (R. W.), Ingram, 

Pa. 

! Monongahela river showing P. & L. E. 

train shed, during flood, 1907. (H 

91546, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

i Pittsburg from Point bridge during flood, 

1907. (H 91545, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
i Sixth and Liberty ave., during 1907 flood. 
(H 91548, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Jones (John M . ) , Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Jones (John M.) (H 91884, Mar. 22, 
1907.) [8443 

Kaufmann & StraUss co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Little sunshine. (H 91960, Mar. 26, 

1907.) [8444 

Rainy (A) day. (H 91963, Mar. 26, 

1907.) 
Winter (A) flirtation. (H 91962, Mar. 26, 

1907.) 
You don't love grandma. (H 91961, 

Mar. 26, 1907.) 

Kelley (E. W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Down on the farm. 8006. (H 86575, 
Dec. 15, 1906.) [8445 

Pius X (Pope). 8427. (H 90746, Feb. 
25, 1907.) 

Kennedy (Hugh F.), Balti- 
more, Md. 
Pigot (Julia L. B.). 1. (H 91744, Mar. 
20, 1907.) [8446 

2. (H 91745, Mar. 20, 1907.) 

3. (H 91746, Mar. 20, 1907.) 

4. (H 91747, Mar. 20, 1907.) 

1 c. of each Mar. 20, 1907; 1 c. of each 
Mar. 26, 1907. 

King (Moses), New York, 
N. Y. 
Lincoln (Abraham). (H 90640, Feb. 21, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) [8447 

Kinsey (James V.), Grand 

Marais, Mich. 

Grand Marais and her beauty spots. (H 



91075, Mar. 5, 1907.) 

Kiralfy (Bolossy), New 
York, N. Y. 
Endless auto, course. (H 91729, 
6, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Knaffl & bro., Knoxville, 
Tenn. 
Alice. (H 91465, Mar. 14, 1907.) 



[8448 



Feb. 
[8449 



Apple blossoms 

1907.) 
Beatrice. 
Blossoms. 
Chocolate 

1907.) 



[8450 
(H 91474, Mar. 14, 



(H 91467, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
(H 91468, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
drops. (H 91679, Mar. 18, 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



261 



Knaffl & bro., Knoxville, 
Tenn. 
Constance. (H 91462, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Elsa. (H 91463, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
I am your sugar plum. (H 91675, Mar. 

18, 1907.) 
Indian maiden. (H 91470. Mar. 14, 

1907.) 
Job (A) lot. (H 91677, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Lavinia. (H 91469, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Lenore. (H 91473, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Love king. (H 91472, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Marion. (H 91476, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Old Virginia. (H 91678, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Pandora. (H 91466, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Pansies. (H 91475, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Psyche. (H 91477, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Thelnia. (H 91464, Mar. 14, 1907.) 
Tickled to death. (H 91676, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Wood nymph. (H 91471, Mar. 14, 1907.) 

Kolb brothers, Grand Can- 
yon, Ariz. 
Grand Canyon, Ariz. After the storm. 

511. (H 91189, Mar. 8, 1907.) [8451 
Cape Horn, 644 feet below the rim. 

508. (H 91186, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Colorado river at the foot of Bright 

Angel trail. 4,500 ft. below the rim. 

510. (H 91188, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
The Cork Screw on Bright Angel 

trail, 4,100 ft. below the rim. 507. (H 

91185, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
First mile of Bright Angel trail. 

1,000 ft. of precipice. 512. (H 91190, 

Mar. 8, 1907.) 
■ Grand View point. 505. (H 91183, 

Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Jacob's ladder, 2,255 feet below the 

rim. 504. (H 91182, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Looking west from Rowe Point, a 60 

mile view. 509. (H 91187, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
Rowe Point and the north wall. 502. 

(H 91180, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Throwing into the Colorado from 

plateau, 1,300 feet above. 506. (H 

91184, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
View from the head of Bright Angel 

trail. 503. (H 91181, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Looking up Bright Angel creek from 

O'Neil Point, Grand Canyon, Ariz. 

501. (H 91165, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Mar. 6, 1907. 

Kramer (Chas. F.), New 
Brighton, Pa. 
New Brighton, Pa. (H 91796, Mar. 21, 
1907.) [8452 
28250— pt 4, nos 14-17—07 5 



Lamb (J. & R.), New York, 
N. Y. 
John Hampden appealing for the Bill of 
Rights before Charles I. (H 91523, 
Mar. 8, 1907.) [8453 

Lawrence (Geo. R.) com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Chicago commercial ass'n banquet, Coli- 
seum, Chicago. March 12, 1907. (H 

91489, Mar. 14, 1907.) [8454 

Cornell alumni assn. of Chicago, Feb. 23, 

1907, Chicago, 111. (H 90800, Feb. 28, 

1907.) 
Creve Coeur club banquet. Feb. 22, 

1907. Peoria, 111. (H 90801, Feb. 28, 

1907.) 
Empty tables at Coliseum, March 12, 1907. 

(H 91794, Mar. 21, 1907.) 
Second annual banquet, navy league of 

the United States. Feb. 22, 1907. 

Washington, D. C. (H 91701, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
White Sox train in Mexico. (H 91555, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Lazarnick (N.), New York, 
N. Y. 
: Boat in speed at the flag to flag race. (H 
90674, Feb. 23, 1907.) [8455 

Full view of whale coming to the surface. 
(H 90669, Feb. 23, 1907.) 

Harpooning the whale. (H 90672, Feb. 
23, 1907.) 

Head on view of whale in the Atlantic 
ocean. (H 90671, Feb. 23, 1907.) 

On the way to Nassau. (H 90673, Feb. 
23, 1907.) 

Side view of head of whale. (H 90670, 
Feb. 23, 1907.) 

View of head and tail of whale, trailing 
the committee boat from the flag to nag- 
race. (H 90675, Feb. 23, 1907.) 

Leach (Fannie E.), Chicago, 
111. 
Easter tide. (H 91541, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

[8456 
Levering (Arthur Rollin), 
Northfield, Mass. 
Ashuelot river view. (H 91983, Mar. 26, 
1907.) [8457 

Main street, double row of trees, North- 
< field, Mass. (H 91277, Mar. 7, 1907; 
2 c. Jan. 2, 1907.) 
On the Ashuelot river drive. (H 91977, 

Mar. 26, 1907.) 
Pauchang brook at Wanamaker lake, 
Northfield, Mass. (H 91984, Mar. 26, 
1907.) 
Residence of Ambert G. Moody, East 
Northfield, Mass. (H 91979. Mar. 26, 
1907.) 



262 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Levering (Arthur Rollin), 

Northfield, Mass. 

Scene on the campus, East Northfield, 

Mass. (H 91981, Mar. 26, 1907.) 
Seifert lodge, Camp Northfield. (H 91982, 

Mar. 26, 1907.) 
Summer in Northfield, Mass. (H 91978, 

Mar. 26, 1907.) 
View from Garnet rock, Northfield, Mass. 

(H91980, Mar. 26, 1907.) 

Lillie (Ray D.), Grand Rap- 
ids, Mich. 
Little red hen. (H 91494, Mar. 15, 1907.) 

[8458 

Lindsey (C. H.), Manchester, 
N. H. 
Guertin (Right Rev. G. A.). Bishop of 
Manchester, N. H. (H 91751, Mar. 20, 
1907.) [8459 

Litchfield studio, Arlington, 



Grout (C. T.). (H 91917, Mar. 14, 1907.) 



Locke (W. O.), Newport, 

Ky. 

Basket (A) picnic. (H 91221, Mar. 8, 

1907.) [8461 

Bill from Boston. (H 91220, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
Boston Bob. (H 91233, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Dennis. (H 91236, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Don. (H 91215, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Even money and take your choice. (H 

91230, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Expectation. (H 91211, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Faith, Hope, and Charity. (H 91225, 

Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Forty winks. (H 91935, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Gertrude. (H 91212, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Good morning. (H 91875, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
Grace before meat. (H 91872, Mar. 22, 

1907.) 
He wont drink tea. (H 91871, Mar. 22, 

1907.) 
Hurry up. (H 91226, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
I'm so hungry. (H 91235, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Ike and Mike. (H 91217, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
It's measles or mumps. (H 91934, Mar. 

25, 1907.) ' 
Kings (The) council. (H 91231, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
Just tired. (H 91873, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
Little comrades. (H 91239, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
Little Minch. (H 91229, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Little mischiefs. (H 91223, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 



Locke (W. O.), Newport, 

Ky. 

Looking backward. (H 91240, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
Ma and the kids. (H 91228, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
Moike. (H 91216, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
No back talk. (H 91213, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Nora. (H 91218, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Oh, Mama. (H 91214, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Old mother hubbard. (H 91933, Mar. 

25, 1907.) 
Our evening prayer. (H 91874, Mar. 22, 

1907.) 
Paddy. (H 91232, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Panky Boo. (H 91870, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
Romp. (H 91224, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Some one start something. (LI 91222, 

Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Thoroughbreds. (H 91227, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Three (The) guardsmen. (H 91234, Mar. 

8, 1907.) 
Two old sports. (H 91237, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Weighing the baby. (H 91238, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
We're not related. (H 91219, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
Wild (The) animal show. (H 91876, 

Mar. 22, 1907.) 

Loeflier (A.), Tompkins- 
ville, N. Y. 
U. S. S. Connecticut, 1154. (H 91761, 
Mar. 20, 1907.) [8462 

Lohman (Helen), New York, 
N. Y. 
Nazimova (Mine. Alia) as Hedda Gabler, 
1 to 8. (H 91769-91776, Mar. 21, 1907.) 

[8463 
Portrait of Ellen Terry. A. B. C. D. E. 
(H 90676-90680, Feb. 23, 1907; 2 c. of 
each Feb. 21, 1907.) 

Lord (William F.), Brook- 
line, Mass. 
Oh, that old plug. (H 91103, Mar. 6, 
1907.) [8464 

McAllister (William O.), 
Manchester, N. H. 
Scenes and people about Hudson Bay. 
(H 91959, Mar. 23, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 
1907.) [8465 

McCorkle (James H.), Cape 
Elizabeth, Me. 
U. S. revenue cutter Woodbury. (H 
91846, Mar. 22, 1907.) 



McGue (Joseph E.), Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Johnson (Tom L.) A. B. (H 91813, 
91814, Mar. 22, 1907.) [8467 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



263 



McLain (Earl), Central 
Lake, Mich. 
Gone but not forgotten. (H 91246, Mar. 
6, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 9. 1907.) [8468 

McMullin & Holmes com- 
pany, Newport, R. I. 

Birds eye view of Naval training station, 
Newport, R. I. (H 90810, Feb. 28, 
1907.) [8469 

Boat drill. Naval training station, New- 
port, R. I. (H 90809, Feb. 28, 1907.) 

Company of Infantry under fire. Naval 
training station, Newport, R. I. (H 
90812, Feb. 28, 1907.) 

General signal drill. Naval training sta- 
tion, Newport, R. I. (H 90813, Feb. 
28, 1907.) 

Instructions on Jack stay. Naval train- 
ing station, Newport, R. I. (H 90807, 
Feb. 28, 1907.) 

Knotting and splicing. Naval training 
station, Newport, R. I. (H 90806, 
Feb. 28, 1907.) 

Physical drill under arms. Naval train- 
ing station, Newport, R, I. (H 90816, 
Feb. 28, 1907.) 

Qualified squad ready to leave for gen- 
eral service. Naval training station, 
Newport, R. I. (H 90811, Feb. 28, 
1907.) 

Scrubbing clothes. Naval training sta- 
tion, Newport, R. I. (H 90817, Feb. 
28, 1907.) 

Semaphore drill. Naval training station, 
Newport, R. I. (H 90814, Feb. 28, 
1907.) 

Target practice, 200 yds. range. Naval 
training station, Newport, R. I. (H 
90805, Feb. 28, 1907.) 

Three-inch field piece in action. Naval 
training station, Newport, R. I. (H 
90808, Feb. 28, 1907.) 

Wig Wag drill. Naval training station, 
Newport, R. I. (H 90815, Feb. 28, 
1907.) 

Malone (S. M.), Mexico, Mo. 
Moonlight on P^ast lake. (H 91803, Mar. 
21, 1907; 2 c. Mai'. 11, 1907.) [8470 

Manahan (William H)., jr., 

Hillsboro, N. H. 

Abandoned, but not forgotten. 9008. (H 

91191, Mar. 8, 1907.) [8471 

Across the meadows. 9027. (H 91199, 

Mai'. 8, 1907.) 
Bend in the river. 9037. (H 91198, 

Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Blueberries. 9001. (H 91203. Mar. 8. 

1907.) 
Brampton road. 9021. (H 91205, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 



Manahan (William H.), jr., 

Hillsboro, N. H. 

Brook (The) 9007. (H 91196, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
Comrades. 9003. (II 91207, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
Day-dream. 9033. (H 91195. Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
Day in June. 9038. (H 91209, Mar. 8. 

1907.) 
Glimpse of October. 9032. (H 91192. 

Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Marshes (The) 9012. (H 91210, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
Mt. Lovewell. 9016. (H 91208, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
Old elm. 9018. (H 91202, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Path through the birches. 9020. (H 

91204, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Path to the river. 9039. (H 91201, Mar. 

8, 1907.) 
Shadow (The) of the trees. 9019. (H 

91197, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Single (A) arch. 9031. (H 91206, Mar. 

8, 1907.) 
Still waters run deep. 9014. (H 91200, 

Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Twin bridges. 9034. (H 91194, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
Willows (The) 9005. (H 91193. Mar. 8, 

1907.) 

May (John D.), Rockland, 
Me. 
How manv do vou remember. (H 91245, 
Mar. 4, 1 907 f 2 c. Feb. 23, 1907.) [8472 

Meade (G. W.), Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Perkins (Anna), of Cleveland, O. 1898. 
(H 91540, Mar. 18, 1907.) [8473 

Meiser (Jesse A.), Eureka, 

Cal. 

California mountain lions. (H 91102. 

Mar. 5, 1907.) [8474 

One redwood tree makes a train load. 1. 

(H 91100, Mar. 5, 1907.) 
2. (H 91101, Mar. 5, 1907.) 

Melendy (Edward Irving), 
Manitowoc, Wis. 
Manitowoc county officers and board of 
supervisors. 1906. (H 90954. Mar. 4, 
1907.) [8475 

Melies (Geo.), Paris, France. 
Mischievous (A) sketch. (H 91554, Mar. 

18, 1907.) [8476 

Rogues tricks. (H 91552, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Skipping cheese. (II 91553, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Under the seas. (H 91551, Mar. 18, 1907. ) 



264 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Merrick (G. B.), Colorado 
Springs, Colo. 
Cow girl with gun. (H 91278. Mar. 1, 
1907.) [8477 

Cow girl with lasso. (H 91279, Mar. 1, 
1907. 
2 c. of each Jan. 15. 1907.) 

Millar (John Alfred), New 
York, N. Y. 
Morosini (Miss Giulia P.) and her team of 
bay horses. (H 91815, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

[8478 

caressing her favorite horse. (H 

91816, Mai'. 22, 1907.) 

Miller (C. R.), McCloud, Cal. 
Mt. Shasta. 99. (H 91373, Mar. 11, 
1907.) [8479 

100. (H 91374, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

2 c. of each Feb. 20, 1907. 

Mishkin (H.\ New York, 
N. Y. 
Bassi (Amedes) 9. (H 91504, Mar. 15, 

1907.) [8480 

Campanini (Cleofonte) (H 91988, Mar. 

26, 1907.) 
Hammerstein (Oscar) Head profile. (H 

91505, Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Sammarco (Mario) 2 to 10. (H 91495- 

91503, Mar. 15, 1907.) 
Ward (William L.) Head. (H 91506, 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 

Mitchell (W. N.). Atlanta, 

Ga. 

Interior of Bullock hall. Stairway. (H 

91493, Mar. 15, 1907.) " [8481 

Moon & Wills, Seattle, Wash. 

Balliuger (Richard A.) Cabinet bust. 

(H 90917, Feb. 28, 1907.) [8482 

| figure. (H 90918, Feb. 28, 1907.) 

11 by 14 bust, medium ground. (H 

90916, Feb. 28, 1907.) 

11 by 14. Head background. (H 

90915, Feb. 28, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Feb. 9, 1907. 
Morgan (Henry), Aurora, 
' N. Y. 
Aurora, N. Y., from the North Poplars. 
1848. (H 91095, Mar. 5, 1907.) [8483 
First house in Cayuga co. was erected at 
Aurora, Oct. 1789. (H 91094, Mar. 5, 
1907.) 

Morgan (John J), New 
Brighton, N. Y. 
Rockefeller (John D.) at Lake wood, N. J 
(H 91442, Mar. 5, 1907.) [8484 

Mueller (Edward P.), Thiens- 
ville, Wis. 
Old home of Disc-Carmelite fathers & 
chapel, Holy Hill, Wis. (H 91383, 
Mar. 12, 1907.) [8485 



Mueller (Edward P.), Thiens- 
ville, Wis. 
Shrine of Blessed Virgin of Holy Hill, 
Wis. (H 91382, Mar. 12, 1907.) 

Southeasterly view of Holy Hill chapel, 
Holy Hill, Wis. (H 91381, Mar. 12, 
1907.) 

Nash (Arthur I.), Cambridge, 
Mass. 
Beaver carrying stick of wood. (H 90702, 
Feb. 21, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1907.) [8486 

Beaver plastering house with mud. (H 
90703, Feb. 21, 1907.) 

Flashlight of beaver. (H 90704, Feb. 21, 
1907.) 

National press association, 
Washington, D. C. 
Spooner (Senator) (H 91488, Mar. 14, 
1907.) [8487 

Newcomb (John K.), Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 
Geographical photographic birdseye view 
of conditions surrounding Salt Lake 
City. (H 91762, Mar. 21, 1907.) 

Newell (Melvin'G.), Duluth, 
Minn. 
Wild moose. (H 90701, Feb. 25, 1907.) 



Newhall (A. D.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Duer's whitestone pavilion. (H 91164, 
Mar. 8, 1907.) [8490 

Newport artillery co., New- 
port, R. I. 
Armory of the Newport Artillery Com- 
pany, Newport, R. I. (H 91243, Feb . 
27, 1907; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1907; 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1907.) [8491 

Oakes (Mortimer L.), North 
Yakima, Wash. 

Loading the big red apple. (H 91334, 
Mar. 11, 1907.) [8492 

Loading the big red apple, Wash. (H 
91985, Mar. 26, 1907.) 

Shipping the big red apple from Washing- 
ton. (H 91986, Mar. 26, 1907.) 

Way (The) they dig potatoes in Washing- 
ton. (H 91335, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

Pach bros., New York, N. Y. 
Bingham (Gen. T. A.) Plate 81997. 

A. (H 91349, Mar. 11, 1907.) [8493 
Plate 81997. B. (H 91348, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 
Buttrick (Dr. Wallace) Plate 83086. 

A. (H 91337, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
Plate 83086 B. (H 91338, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 
Cortright (M. W.) Plate 82919 A. A. 

(H 91339, Mar. 11, 1907.) 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



265 



Pach bros., New York, N. Y. 
Gates (Fred T.) Plate 83107 A. (H 
91342, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

Plate 83107 B. (H 91340, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 

Plate 83107 C. (H 91341, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 

Plate F. F. (H 91345, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

Plate 83107 D. D. (H 91343, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 

Plate 83107 G. G. (H 91344, Mar. 11 

1907.) 

Murphy (Starr J.) Plate 83105. (H 
91352, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

Peabody (George Foster). Plate 83108 A. 
(H 91350, Mar. 11, 1907. 

Plate 83108 B. (H 91351, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 

Plate 83108 C. (H 91346, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 

Peters (Ralph). Plate 82857 A. (H 
91355, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

Plate 82857 C. (H 91354, Mar. 11, 

1907.) 

Plate 82857 D. (H 91353. Mar. 11, 

1907.) 

Potter (Bishop H. A.) Plate 83095. (H 
91347, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

Paine (George H.), Provi- 
dence, Pv. I. 
Higgins (Governor James H.) (H 90721, 
Feb. 25, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1907.) 



Peck (Orson W.), Traverse 
City, Mich. 
Manistique, Marquette and Northern car 
ferry. 1. (H 91152, Mar. 7/4907.) 



Palmer (A. Ray), San Diego, 
Cal. 
Bare possibility. (H 90683, Feb. 23, 
1907.) [8495 

Parks & Severson, Michigan, 
N. Dak. 
Raising snow blockade in N. Dak., Jan. 
1907. no. 2. (H 90974, Mar. 4, 1907.) 



Rotary snow plow "doin bizness" in N. 
Dak. no. 3. (H 90975, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Feb. 25, 1907.) 

Parsons (Charles B.), Detroit, 
Mich. 
Carmelita. (H 90774, Feb. 18, 1907. 



Smile again. (H 90775, Feb. 18, 1907.) 
Time for medicine. (H 90776, Feb. 18, 
1907.) 

Payne (George F.), Cam- 
. bridge, Mass. 
Separation (The) (H 91519, Mar. 16, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1907.) 



: Northport, Mich. (H 91151, Mar. 7. 

1907.) 
i Steamer Illinois. (H 91153, Mar. 7, 1907.) 
! Winter sports on the bay, Traverse Citv, 

Mich. (H 91154, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

Peetz (Otto). Milwaukee, 
Wis. 
Great falls of the Yellowstone. (H 91869, 
Mar. 22, 1907.) [8500 

I Old Bess. (H 91868, Mar. 22, 1905.) 

Penfield (N. W.), New York, 
N. Y. 
I Flanagan (John) hammer thrower. (H 
90819, Mar. 1, 1907.) [8501 

Pennington (Wm. V.), Chi- 
cago, m. 
Golden days. (H 91426, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

[8502 
i Stung. (H 91425, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Penny (William Isaac), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Miss Independence. (H 90745, Feb. 25, 
1907.) [8503 

1 Miss San Francisco. (H 90744, Feb. 25, 
1907.) 

Perkins (W. B.), jr., Lead, 

S. Dak. 

Multiplex railroads. (H 90952, Mar. 4, 

1907.) [8504 

Tier (A) of railroads. (H 90953, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 

Pohle (Frederick), Buffalo, 
N. Y. 
Sunshine and shadow. (H 91386, Mar. 
13, 1907.) [8505 

Porter (Milton Edson), Albu- 
querque, N. Mex. 
Indian grinding Chili. (H 91732, Mar. 
20, 1907.) [8506 

Indian pottery ~maker. (H 91730, Mar. 

20, 1907.) 
Indian water carrier. (H 91731,' Mar. 20, 
1907.) 

Price (J.), Dover, N. J. 
Baker theatre, Dover, N. J. (H 91507, 
Mar. 15, 1907.) [8507 

Pythian home assn., Har- 
mony, Pa. 
Pythian home at Harmony, Pa. (H 
90044, Feb. 4, 1907; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1907.) 

[8508 
Ragsdale (M. C), San An- 
gela, Tex. 
Hie on. (H 91068, Mar. 4, 1907.) [8509 



266 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Reed (C. E.), Norton, Kans. 
Norton (A) county ranch. (H 91447, 
Mar. 14, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1907.) [8510 

Robinson (Edward S.), Cher- 
okee, Cal. 
Camel (The) hump. (H 91940, Mar. 25, 

1907.) [8511 

Cascades (The) (H 91946, Mar.25, 1907.) 
Dead tree. (H 91949, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Eagle cliffs. (H 91945, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Fishing ground falls. (H 91942, Mar. 25, 

1907.) 
Granite falls. (H 91943, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Hells Gate. (H 91950, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
His lucky day. (H 91955, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Horse shoe bend. (H 91941, Mar. 25, 

1907.) 
House under rock. (H 91952, Mar. 25, 

1907.) 
Hunters camp. (H 91954, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Junction (The). (H 91937, Mar. 25, 1907.)- 
Lone (The) peak. (H 91939, Mar. 25, 

1907.) 
Lone tree. (H 91953, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Peaceful bend. (H 91951, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Pine (The) shade. (H 91938, Mar. 25, 

1907.) 
Serpentine canyon. (H 91936, Mar. 25, 

1907.) 
Shaded river. (H 91948, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Snowy summit. (H 91947, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
Two big fish. (H 91944, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Mar. 22, 1907. 

Romans photographic com- 
pany, Seattle, Wash. 
Cascade mountains from Seattle. (H 
91368, Mar. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) 

[8512 
Rotograph company, New 
York, N.Y. 
Bethlehem steel works, So. Bethlehem, 
Pa. 6114c. (H 90863, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

[8513 
Birdseye view of Harrisburg, Pa. 6167d. 

(H 90862, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Dam (The), Susquehanna river, Williams- 
port, Pa. 26644. (H 90873, Mar. 1, 
1907.) 
Elkapark, showing Plateau Mt. and Sugar 
Loaf from Pouggenburg tower, Elka- 
park, Catskill Mts., N.Y. 6530c. (H 
90880, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
High water mark, Gettysbprg, Pa. 3704c. 

(H 90878, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
In Rock Springs park, Chester, W. Va. 

4551a. (H 90870, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Lake, Rock Springs park, Chester, W. Va. 

4552a. (H 90869, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
4555a. (H 90868, Mar. 1, 1907.) 



Rotograph company, New 

York, N. Y. 

Looking north in John Ball park, Grand 

Rapids. 6611a. (H 90864, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Manufacturing center from Pearl st. 

bridge, Grand Rapids, Mich. 6613a. 

(H 90866, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Michigan soldiers home, front view, Grand 

Rapids, Mich. 6614a. (H 90867, Mar. 

1, 1907.) 
River road and Susquehanna, Williams- 
port, Pa. 26646. (H 90876, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Rockville bridge, Harrisburg, Pa. 6168c. 

(H 90877, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
! Round Top and High Peak from club 

house, Elka Park, Catskill Mts., N. Y. 

6530b. (H 90879, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Scene along the Susquehanna river, Wil- 

liamsport, Pa. 26647. (H 90872, Mar. 

1, 1907.) 
, Scene along the Susquehanna showing 

the dam, Williamsport, Pa. 26648. 

(H 90874, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Scenes, the Susquehanna, Williamsport, 

Pa. 26645. (H 90871, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
! Susquehanna and Market st., bridge, 

Williamsport, Pa. 26649. (H 90875, 

Mar. 1, 1907.) 
J Vista of Grand Rapids, Mich., from the 

drive, John Ball park. 6612a. (H 

90865, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

Sabastian (Bernhard), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Building for Montgomery Ward & Co., 
Chicago, 111. (H 90797, Feb. 26, 1907; 
2 c. Mar. 18, 1907.) [8514 

Sawyer (Charles H.), Farm- 

ington, Me. 

Avenue, Good Will Pines. (H 91301, 

Mar. 9, 1907.) [8515 

Banks of the Messalonskee. (H 91297, 

Mar. 9, 1907.) 
Belgrade waters. (H 91294, Mar. 9, 

1907.) 
Bridal avenue, Good Will Pines. 1. (H 

91302, Mar. 9, 1907.) 

2. (H 91303, Mar. 9, 1907.) 

Canoe path on the Messalonskee. (H 

91300, Mar. 9, 1907.) 
Golf links, Belgrade Lakes. (H 91295, 

Mar. 9, 1907.) 
Narrows (The), Belgrade Lakes. (H 

91292, Mar. 9, 1907.) 
Old boat landing on the Messalonskee. 

(H 91298, Mar. 9, 1907.) 

Sleepy hollow pond, Kent's Hill. (H 
91306, Mar. 9, 1907.) 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



267 



Sawyer (Charles H.), Farm- 
ington, Me. 
Thro' the narrows. (H 91293, Mar. 9, 
1907.) 
2 c. of each Mar. 28, 1907. 
Torsey pond, from the Seminary. (H 
91307, Mar. 9, 1907.) 

Schreyvogel (Chas.), Hobo- 
ken, N. J. 



Fighting scouts. 
1907.) 



(H 90772, Feb. 27, 
[8516 

Chi- 



Schultz (George F.). 
cago, 111. 
Above the sea. (H 90885, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

[8517 
Afternoon shadows. (H 90882, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Along the lake. (H 90908, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Among the birches. (H 90905, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
By the sea. (H 90881, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Circling gulls. (H 90903, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Close of day. (H 90887, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Coast scene. (H 90892, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Coast trees. (H 90893, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Dusky (The) deep. (H 90899, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Edge of the village. (H 90898, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Fisherman's home. (H 90895, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Foggy day. (H 90900, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Glimpse of the village. (H 90902, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Haunt of the song birds. (H 90906, Mar. 

1, 1907.) 
Hermitage (The). (H 90884, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Inland cliff. (H 90890, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Restless (The) sea. (H 90883, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Rocky shore. (H 90901, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Shoal water. (H 90889, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Solitude. (H 90897, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Storm. (H 90891, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Stormy day. (H 90896, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Sunlight and shadow. (H 90886, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Surf and fog. (H 90888, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Surf and wind. (H 90894, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Sylvan road. (H 90907, Mar. 1, 1907.) 
Village road. (H 90909, Mar. 1, 1907.) 

White birch woods. (H 90904, Mar. 1, 

1907.) 
Wood and sea. (H 90910, Mar. 1, 1907.) 



Schweizer (Jacob Otto), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Evolution. (H 91798, Mar. 22, 1907.) 

[8518 
Happiness. (H 91799, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
Knowledge. (H 91800, Mar. 22, 1907.) 
Universal love. (H 91797 Mar. 22, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Mar. 15, 1907. 

Schwemberger (Simeon), 
St. Michaels, Ariz. 
Navajo (The) blanket weaver. (H 91333, 
Mar. 11, 1907.) [8519 

Scott & Van Altena, New 
York, N. Y. 
Courting. (H 90919, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Courtship. (H 90921, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Forget me not, (H 90923, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

[8520 
Helen. (H 90922, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Roses. (H 90924, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Single heart. (H 90925, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Snowstorm. (H 90926, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Sunshine. (H 90920, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Two souls. (H 90928, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Availing. (H 90927, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Selig (William N.), Chicago, 
111. 
Girl from Montana, (H 91440, Mar. 14, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 15. 1907.) [8521 

Shipler (Harry), Salt Lake 

City, Utah. 

Sunset on Great Salt lake. Folder series. 

[8522 
1. (H 88759, Dec. 17, 

2. (H 88760, Dec. 

3. (H 88761, Dec. 

4. (H 88762, Dec. 

5. (H 88763, Dec. 

Dec. 

7. (H 88765, Dec. 

Dec. 



9. 
10. 

11. 
12. 
13. 
L4. 

15. 



(H 88762 
(H 88763 
(H 88764 
(H 88765 
(H 88766 
(H 88767, Dec. 

(H 88768, Dec 

(H 88769 

(H 88770 

(H 88771 

(H 88772 

(H 88773 



Dec 
Dec 
Dec 
Dec 
Dec 



1906.) 
17, 1906.) 
17, 1906.) 
17, 1906.) 
17, 1906.) 
17, 1906.) 
17, 1906.) 
17, 1906.) 
17, 1906.) 
. 17, 1906.) 
. 17, 1906.) 
. 17, 1906.) 
. 17, 1906.) 
. 17, 1906.) 
. 17, 1906.) 



Simcoe (T. J.), Jonesboro, 
Ark. 
Hot day. (H 90773, Feb. 27, 1907.) 



[8523 



Simpson (Alfred L.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Best (The) thing in life. (H 91367, Mar. 

12, 1907.) [8524 

In the wildwood where the blue bells 

grew. (H. 91706, Mar. 19, 1907.) 



268 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Slingerland (Anna L.), Kas- 
son, Minn. 
Reveille. (H. 91441, Mar. 14, 1907; 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1907; 1 c. Mar. 29, 1907.) 

[8525 
Smiley (George Milton), 
Springfield, Mass. 
Sunapee lake, N. H., from Garnet hill, 
looking south. (H 91077, Mar. 5, 1907.) 

[8526 
Smith (Albert B.), St. Au- 
gustine, Fla. 
Only fish scale house in the world, made 
by Albert B. Smith. A. (H 91158, 
Mar. 7, 1907.) [8527 
B. (H 91159, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

Smith (Harold Alfred), Re- 
publican City, Nebr. 
Kansas prohibition. (H 91804, Mar. 21, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1907.) [8528 

Smith (Sterling C), North 
Yakima, Wash. 
Crowned with eternal snow, Eagle cap, 
Powder river mts., Oreg. 1340. (H 

91098, Mar. 5, 1907.) [8529 
Huge masses of ice above the Cascade 

dam, Yakima river, Wash. 1343. (H 

91099, Mar. 5, 1907.) 

Summit of Eagle Cap and lakes, in August 
Powder river mts., Oreg. Alt. 10,334 
ft. 307. (H 91096, Mar. 5, 1907.) 

Sunset glory on water and clouds, Yakima 
river, Wash. 1336. (H 91097, Mar 5, 
1907.) 

Snyder (F. R.), Oxford, 
Ohio. 
Miami university (Birds eye view of). 
(H 90490, Feb. 8, 1907.) ' [8530 

Souvenir publishing com- 
pany, Lynn, Mass. 
Can I come out? 364. (H 90710, Feb 25, 

1907.) [8531 

Come over and have a bird with me. 374. 

(H 90720, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Gesundheit. 360. (H 90706, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 
Good morning. 365. (H 90711, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 
Hello! 363. (H 90709, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Hello! Shake! 369. (H 90715, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 
Hello! who's talking? 373. (H 90719, 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 
I'm Teddy. 366. (H 90712, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 

Louis. 361. (H 90707, Feb. 25, 1907.) 
Oh! get busy! 370. (H 90716, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 
Oh! keep cool. 367. '(H 90713, Feb. 25, 

1907.) 



Souvenir publishing com- 
pany, Lynn, Mass. 
Soft (A) drink. 359. (H 90705, Feb. 25. 

1907.) 
Teddy and Louis. 362. (H 90708, Feb. 

25, 1907.) 
Waiting for a call. 372. (H 90718, Feb. 
25, 1907.) 
• What's the number? 368. (H 90714, 

Feb. 25, 1907.) 
| Wrong number! 371. (H 90717, Feb. 25, 
1907.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 25, 1907. 

Squires (C. F.), Lawrence, 

Kans. 

Indian maiden. (H 91926, Mar. 25, 1907.^ 

[8532 

Stanyan (C. P.), Stevenson, 

Wash. 

Forest home. (H 91763, Mar. 21, 1907.) 

[8533 
Happy days in winter. (H 91765, Mar. 
21, 1907.) 
! Pleasures of winter. (H 91764, Mar. 21, 
1907.) 

Stark (Henry), jr., St. Louis, 
Mo. 
! In the Ozarks along the Frisco. (H 90685, 
Feb. 23, 1907.) [8534 

j On the Frisco, Kansas City-Memphis line. 
(H 90686, Feb. 23, 1907.) 



Starrett (Harry H. 
York, N. Y. 



New 



Teddy bear bank. (H 92042, Mar. 5, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1907.) [8535 

2. (H 92043, Mar. 5, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 

26, 1907.) 

Steinberg (Henry), Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Great Falls of the Potomac in autumn. 
(H 91088, Mar. 5, 1907.) [8536 

Stroud (W. J.), Rock Springs, 
Wyo. 
Roosevelt Butte. (H 90752, Feb. 25, 
1907.) [8537 

Thibault (Joseph) , Fall River, 

Mass. 

Fall River. (H 90766, Feb. 26, 1907.) 

[8538 
Genius of Washington. (H 90764, Feb. 

26, 1907.) 
Massachusetts. (H 90763, Feb. 26, 1907.) 
Republic. (H 90765, Feb. 26, 1907.) 

Todd (H. Stanley), New 

York, N. Y. 

Head of Christ. (H 91179, Mar. 8, 1907.) 

[8539 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



269 



Towles studio, Washington, 
D. C. 
Smith (Eli) and his dogs. 1 & 2. (H 
91759-91760, Mar. 20, 1907.) [8540 

Townsend (Chas. A.), Belfast, 

Me. 

Belfast, Maine. (H 91437, Mar. 13, 1907. ) 

[8541 
( !astine harbor. (H 91432, Mar. J 3, 1907. ) 
Goose Falls. (H 91433, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Sandy Point, (H 91431, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Swan Lake. 1. (H 91435, Mar. 13, 1907. ) 

2. (H 91436, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Wreck (The). (H 91434, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Trepagnier & Oschwald, Don- 
aldsonville, La. 
Don't yer want er automobile yer own 
self. (H 91320, Mar. 11, 1907.) [8542 

Tribune company, Chicago, 

111. 

Armstrong (Mrs. Harry), the second most 

beautiful woman in Chicago. 7820. 

a, b, c, d, e. (H 91252-91256, Feb. 25, 

1907.) [8543 



z c. 



of each Mar. 8, 1907 



(H 



7816, q. 
7816, r. 

7816, s. 
41144, i 



Carson (Delia). Society a & 
91146-91147. Mar. 7, 1907.) 

the most beautiful woman in Chicago. 

7816, a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, 1, m, n, 
o. (H 91261-91275, Feb. 25, 1907; 2 c. 
of each Mar. 6, 1907.) 

7816, p. (H 91322, Mar. 11, 1907.) 

(H 91323, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
(H 91324, Mar. 11, 1907.) 
(H 91 325, Mar. 11,1907.) 
(H 91321, Mar. 11,1907.) 
De Marion (Miss Ida), the third most 
beautiful woman in Chicago. 7817, 
a, b, c. (H 91257-91259, Feb. 25, 1907; 
2 of each Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Two beauties, a, b, c, d. (H 91805- 
91808, Feb. 25, 1907; 2 c. of each Mar. 6, 
1907.) 

Troth (Henry), Philadelphia, 

Pa. 

Along Darby creek. (H 91380, Mar. 12, 

1907.) [8544 

Daisies. (H 91378, Mar. 12, 1907.) 

Wild parsnips. (H 91379, Mar. 12, 1907.) 

Troyer (Roderic Arthur), 
San Francisco, Cal. 
Ferry building, San Francisco, Cal., be- 
fore the fire April 18, 1906. (H 91104, 
Mar. 6, 1907.) [8545 

Turner (Horace K.) company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Automedon with Horses of Aschilles, 
Regnault. (H 91177, Mar. 8, 1907.) 

[8546 

28250— pt 4. nos 14-17—07 6 



Turner (Horace K.) company, 

Boston, Mass. 

Avenue of trees. Hobbema, CH 91175, 

Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Dance of the Nymphs, Corot. (H 91173. 

..Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Fighting Temeraire, Turner. (H 91178, 

Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Horse fair. Bonheur. (H 91170, Mar. 8. 

1907.) 
Pilgrims going to church, Boughton. (H 

91171, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Shepherd's star. Breton. (H 91172, Mar. 

8, 1907.) 
Song of the lark. Breton. (H 91174, 

Mar. 8, 1907.) 
Two lovers, Munier. (H 91176, Mar. 8, 

1907.) 

Turney (Mr. D. R.), Omaha, 
Nebr. 

Indian mother. (H 90753, Feb. 26, 1907; 
2 c. Feb. 9, 1907.) [85*7 

Ulrickson (Peter E.), Jack- 
son, Mich. 
Yes, its a bov. (H 91913, Mar. 25, 1907.) 

[8548 

Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 
Harriman (E. H.) (H 90823, Mar. I, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1907.) [8549 

U 26721-2; U 78526; U 98568. (PI 91155- 

91157, Mar. 7, 1907; 2 c. each Mar. 8, 

1907.) 
U 33701; U 38475; U 98571. (H 91375- 

91377, Mar. 12, 1907.) 
U 40444; U 40522. (H 91106, 91107. 

Mar. 6, 1907.) 
U 42439; U 85262: U 85264; U 85268; 

U 85283; U 85296; U 85298; U 85305; 

U 85306: U 85307; U 85313; U 93750. 

(H 91834, 91836-91845, 91835, Mar. 22, 

1907.) 
U 45057; U 59459; U 93836-2; U 93911-2; 

U 96265. (H 90946-90950, Mar. 2, 

1907; 2 c. each Mar. 4, 1907.) 
U 46357; U 46437; U 98492. (H 91167- 

91169, Mar. 8, 1907.) 
U 48334; U 56853; U 59748; U 64121; 

U 72064; U 76774: U 93434-2; U 97746-2. 

(H 90778-90785. Feb. 27, 1907; 2 c. 

each Feb. 28, 1907.) 
U 59720; U 97831; U 97844. (H 90820- 

90822, Mar. 1, 1907; 2 c. each Mar. 2, 

1907.) 
U 76777; U 91184-2; U 91673. (H 91776- 

91778, Mar. 21, 1907; 2 c. each Mar. 22, 

1907.) 
U 77317; U 99094; U 99107. (H 91748- 

91750, Mar. 20, 1907.) 



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Underwood & Underwood, 

New York, N. Y. 

U 77369-2; U 96155; U 96193; U 96327; 

U 97587; U 97655; U 97688; U 97696; 

U 97722. (H 91283-91291, Mar. 9, 

1907.) 
U 88915-2; U 99166; U 99173. (H 91928- 

91930, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
U 89341-2; U 91770-2 ; U 95639 ; U 95803-2 ; 

U 97345; U 98849; U 99110; U 99110-2; 

U 99110-3; U 99123. (H 91508-91517, 

Mar. 15, 1907; 2 c. each Mar. 16, 1907.) 
U 90862-2. (H 90682, Feb. 23, 1907.) 
U 90958; U 96156. (H 91089, 91090, Mar. 

5, 1907.) 
U 91163; U 91641-2; U 96639-2. (H 

90967-90969, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
U 91753. (H 91448, Mar. 14, 1907; 2 c. 

Mar. 15, 1907.) 
U 91813; U 91817 ; U 98787 ; U 98796. (H 

91427-91430, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
U 04900; U 96677; U 99123-2; U 99123-3. 

(H 91526-91529, Mar. 16, 1907; 2 c. 

each Mar. 18, 1907.) 
U 96992; U 97663; U 97665; U 97673; 

U 97674; U 97676; U 97684. (H 91970- 

91976, Mar. 26, 1907; 2 c. each Mar. 27, 

1907.) 
U 97797; U 98053; U 98228; U 98238; 

U 98474. (H 91723-91727, Mar. 19, 

1907.) 
U 97938-2; U 98500; U 98502; U 98508; 

U 98513; U 98859. (H 91887-91892, 

Mar. 23, 1907; 2 c. each Mar. 25, 1907.) 
U 98051; U 98231; U 98473; U 98488; 

U 98495. (H 91562-91566, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 

United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Clarissa. (H 91734, Mar. 20, 1907.) [8550 

Urbach (Howard), Weston, 
W. Va. 
Jackson's mill. General Stonewall Jack- 
son and his boyhood home. (H 91766, 
Mar. 21, 1907.) [8551 

Utnahmer (Harry F.), Mc- 
Keesport, Pa. 
Altmeyer theatre entrance. (H 90754, 
Feb. 26, 1907.) [8552 

Van Oeyen (L.), Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Mariani (Frederico). CH 90777, Feb. 27, 
1907.) [8553 

Van Sant (Florence Allaire), 
Jay, N. Y. 
Winter harmonies. (H 91280, Feb. 28, 
1907.) [8554 



Vitagraph company of Amer- 
ica, New York, N. Y. 
Belle of the ball. (H 91885, Mar. 23, 
1907.) [8555 

Curious (A) dream. (H 91549, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Spy (The). (H 91150, Mar. 7, 1907.) 

Vose (R. C. & N. M.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Girl's head. By James McNeil W 7 histler. 
(H 91091, Mar. 5, 1907.) [8556 

Psyche. By Paul Thumann. (H 91093, 

Mar. 5, 1907.) 
Wood nymph. By F. A. Kaulbach. (H 
91092, Mar. 5, 1907.) 

Waldo (W.), Houston, Tex. 
View showing dump gang at end of dump. 

(H 91911, Mar. 25, 1907.) [8557 

View showing loading and dump trains at 

passing track, looking toward dump. 

(H 91908, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
View showing loading engine and dump 

engine after transferring cars. (H 

91912, Mar. 25, 1907.) 

View showing locomotive with train on 
dump. (H 91909, Mar. 25, 1907.) 

View showing train dumping from trestle. 
(H 91910, Mar. 25, 1907.) 

View showing 45 ton steam shovel show- 
ing 70 ton shovel in background. (H 
91906, Mar. 25, 1907.) 

View showing 45 ton steam shovel waiting 
for loading track showing 70 ton steam 
shovel in background. (H 91907, Mar. 
25, 1907.) 

View showing 70 ton steam shovel and 
locomotive. (H 91904, Mar. 25, 1907.) 

View showing 70 ton steam shovel crew 
and pit gang. (H 91905, Mar. 25, 1907.) 

View showing 70 ton steam shovel from 
the rear showing pit. (H. 91903, Mar. 
25, 1907.) 

View showing 70 ton steam shovel from 
the rear taken from the bank, showing 
45 ton steam shovel in background. (H 
91902, Mar. 25, 1907.) 
2 c. of each Mar. 12, 1907. 

Walford (Herbert Ladd), 
Providence, R. I. 
Collecting dead bodies along the beach, 
Block Island. (H 90792, Feb. 28, 
1907; 2 c. Feb. 18,1907.) [8558 

Removing dead bodies at New Shoreham 
life saving station, Block Island. (H 
90790, Feb. 28, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 

Removing the survivors from the New 
Shoreham life saving station. (H 90789 
Feb. 28, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



271 



Walford (Herbert Ladd), 

Providence, R. I. 

Sandy Point life saving station, Block 

Island, where word of disaster was first 

received. (H 90793, Feb. 28, 1907; 2 c. 

Feb. 18, 1907.) 
Section of hurricane deck washed ashore 

at Sandy Point. (H 90791, Feb. 28, 

1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 
Steamer Larchmont of the Joy Line, sunk | 

in collision off Block Island, Feb. 11, 

1907. (H 91073, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. i 

Feb. 23, 1907.) 
Victims of the disaster in New Shoreham 

life saving station, Block Island. (H 

90788, Feb. 28, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1907.) 

Wasson (C. L.), Decatur, 111. 
Beautiful palm walk in the park at Long 

Beach, Cal. (H 91065, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

[8559 
Brooklyn bridge and East river from 

" World" building, New York, U. S. A. 

(H 91063, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Building the great Panama canal, men 

and steam shovel in foreground, Paraiso, 

Panama. (H 91058, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
City of Puebla from the cathedral, Mex- 
ico. (H 91060, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Down Midway Piaisance from the pier, 

showing bath house, Long Beach, Cal. 

(H 91056, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Gog and Magog, grotesque rocks, Pike's 

Peak trail, Col., U. S. A. (H 91057, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Home, sweet home in Panama, character- 
istic native huts of the tropics. (H 

91062, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
In the plunge, interior famous bath house, 

Long Beach, Cal. (H 91055, Mar. 4, 

1907.) 
Inspiring scene, looking east from Smiley 

heights, Redlands, Cal. (H 91059, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Jack Tar's shots not always fatal, sailors 

shooting craps aboard U. S. cruiser 

Boston. (H 91061, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Life among the cowboys, branding calves 

in the corral, Arizona, U. S. A. (H 

91051, Alar. 4, 1907.) 
Oxcart and ferry boat, showing Santa 

Maria bridge in construction Panama. 

(H 91066, Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Picturesque ruin, the result of earthquake 

Apr. 18, 1906. Front view of new city 

hall, San Francisco, Cal. (H 91067, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Santa Catalina Island in the Pacific, sea 

gulls at rest in foreground. (H 91064, 

Mar. 4, 1907.) 
Separating the herd on one of the greatest 

cattle ranches of the west, Northern 

Arizona, U. S. A. (H 91054, Mar. 4, ; 

1907.) i 



Wasson (C. L.), Decatur, 111. 

Spring round-up of thousands of jange fed 
cattle on the Pitts ranch, ^Arizona, 
U. S. A. (H 91053, Mar. 4, 1907.) 

Thrown. Cowboy and horse holding a 
lassoed cow while awaiting arrival of 
help, Arizona, U-. S. A. (H 91052, Mar. 
4, 1907.) 

Waters (H. J.), Santa Rosa, 
Cal. 
Luther Burbank and his new home. (H 
90365, Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1907.) 

[8560 
Luther Burbank 's new home. (H 90364, 
Feb. 11, 1907; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1907.) 

Weller (L. P.), Preston, 
Minn. 
Face in rock. (H 91809, Mar. 21, 1907; 
2 c. Mar. 9, 1907.) [8561 

White (H. C.) company, 

North Bennington, Vt. 

Along King st., the heart of the business 

district, after the earthquake, and fire, 

Kingston disaster, Jamaica. 8749. (H 

91392, Mar. 13, 1907.) [8562 

Along Port Royal st., remains of a burned 
body on sheet iron in foreground, Kings- 
ton disaster, Jamaica. 8756. (H 91396 
Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Among the curious roots of a huge rubber 
tree in tropic Ceylon. 14315. (H 
91580, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Among the 1600 stone pillars of the Brazen 
palace, in the ruined city of Anuradha- 
pura, Ceylon. 14336. (H 91601, Mar. 
18, 1907.) 

Amritsar, Pool of Immortality, one of the 
wealthiest cities of India. 14057. (H 
91415, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Ananda (The Endless) temple seen 
through the arch of the Thapinyer tem- 
ple. Pagan, Burma. 14549. (H 91661, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Ananda temple, most splendid of the 

many shrines which once adorned 

Pagan, Burma. 14548. (H 91660, Mar. 
18, 1907.) 

Ancient method of executing a criminal 
in Ceylon, prisoner crushed by an ele- 
phant's foot. 14332. (H 91597, Mar. 
18, 1907.) 

Assembling for prayer, multitudes of 
devout Mohammedans in the courtyard 
of the Jumma mosque, Delhi, India. 
14045. (H 91016, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Mar. 6, 1907.) 

At his daily toil, the sagacious elephant in 
lumber yards at Moulmeir, Burma. 
14516. (H 91628, Mar. 18, 1907). 



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White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
At one of the refugee camps on the race 
course, Kingston disaster, Jamaica. 
8771. (H 91402, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Avenue (An) of ruins, huge mass of wreck- 
age along Port Royal st., Kingston 
disaster, Jamaica. 8757. (H 91397, 
Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Bathing the Hindu dead in the Ganges to 
insure the soul of Paradise, Benares, 
India. 14085. (H 90941, Mar. 2, 1907. 

Bauhinia Auguina, a singular snake like 
creeper, Botanical gardens, Perademya, 
Ceylon. 14316. (H 91581, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 

Beaching a catamaran through the surf at 
full sail, Weilawatta, Ceylon. 14306. 
(H 91572, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Beautiful Arab horse of the Maraja with 
its elaborate trappings, Udaipur, India. 
14016. H 90999, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Beautiful fantastic Burmese Kyaungs at 
Kadoe. 14519. (H 91631, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 

Beautiful gilded and carved teak wood 
shrines before the Sheve Dagon pagoda, 
Rangoon, Burma. 14509. (H 91621, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Beautiful Indian flamingoes in the gar- 
dens of the Royal palace, Jaipur, India. 
14030. (H 90935, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Beautiful (The) marble fountain in the 

palace grounds, Udaipur, India. 14013. 

(H 91409, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Beautiful sweep of shore north from Mt. 

Lavinia, Ceylon. 14310. (H 91575, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Beautiful white marble causeway leading 

to the Golden temple, Amritsar, India. 

14059. (H 91611, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Big bell of Burma, second largest in the 

world (weight 80 tons) , Mingoon , Burma. 

14542. (H 91654, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Bombay's magnificant public building, 

University library and high court, 

India. 14002. (H 90993, Mar. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Breaker house of the great Retsof salt 

mine, Retsof, N. Y. 13516. (H 90992, 

Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Broad spacious Johri Bazaar, a typical 

street in Jaipur, India's model city. 

14021. (H 91003, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Buddhist priest bearing image and screen, 

at the entrance of Insurameneya temple, 

Ceylon. 14342. (H 91607, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Burmese girls off for a picnic in a buffalo 
cart, Mopoon, Burma. 14527. (H 
91639, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

i Burmese ladies on their way to the bazaar, 
Mandalay, Burma. 14533. (H 91645, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

, Burmese women at worship before the 
great image of Buddha in the Paingoo 
Caves, So Burma. 14525. (H 91637, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Burmese women rolling leaf tobacco into 
cigars, Mopoon, Burma. 14529. (H 
91641, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

i Bustling main street of Alwar, looking 
toward the fort, India. 14038. (H 
91010, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

( Busy shipping in Colombo harbor, as seen 
from customs wharf, Ceylon. 14301. 
(H 91567, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
By the lofty walls of Gwalior Fort, one of 
the greatest strongholds in India. 
14080. (H 91035, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Camels and their drivers among the ruins 
of ancient Delhi, India. 14055. (H 
91414, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

j Cathedral, with its mirror like pools and 
walls of rock 300 ft. high, Watkins Glen, 
N. Y. 387. (H 90980, Mar. 4, 1907: 
2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Chanpori gate, the picturesque entrance 
to the walled city of Jaipur, India. 
14019. (H 91001, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Mar. 6, 1907.) 

1 Charming Silver Lace falls, in the beauti- 
ful Havana Glen, N. Y. 391. (H 
90984, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
City hall square, Winnipeg, the metropo- 
lis of the Canadian northwest. 9571. 
(H 90985, Mar. 4, 1907 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

j City (The) of Bombay, metropolis of 
western India, from Malabar Hill. 
14001. (H 91403, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

i City of great antiquity, Lahore, from the 
Wazir Khan Mosque, India. 14063* 
(H 91026, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Clearing away the wreckage preparatory 
to rebuilding the city Kingston disas- 
ter, Jamaica. 8761. (H 91118, Mar. 
6, 1907.) 

Cocoanut palm loaded with ripened fruit, 
Malay peninsula. 14507. (H 91619, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Colored (A) merchant giving way to his 
despair at the utter wreck of his for- 
tunes, Kingston disaster, Jamaica. 8764. 
(H 91399, Mar. 13, 1907.) 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



273 



White (H. C.) company, 

North Bennington, Vt. 

Colossal recumbent figure of Buddha, 

Pegu, Burma. 14513. (H 91625, Mar. 

18, 1907.) 
Council chamber, a marvelous rock room 

formed by nature, Havana Glen, N. Y. ' 

390. (H 90983, Mar. 4, 1907: 2 c. Mar. 

6, 1907.) 
Courtyard of marble, white as alabaster, 

in the palace of the Maharaja, Alwar, 

India. 14040. (H 91011, Mar. 4. 1907; 

2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Crowded landing place on the Salween I 

river, Kadoe, Burma. 14521. (H 91633, i 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Curious and beautiful old pagoda at Min- 

goon, Burma. 14541. (H 91653, Mar. I 

18, 1907.) 
Curious customs of the Burmese, funeral 

ceremony and hearse. 14520. (H 91632, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Curiously and beautifully carved pillars 

in the hall of the Kutbai mosque, Delhi, 

India. 14049. (H 91413, Mar. 13, 

1907.) 
Dazzling whiteness of the orient, street 

leading to the Maharaja 's palace. 14009. 

(H 90996, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

. I 
Desolate (The) ruins of the Catholic , 

church, completely destroyed by earth- 
quake, Kingston disaster, Jamaica. 
8755. (H 91395, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Devout Hindus bathing, praying and | 
drinking the water of the holy Ganges, 
Benares, India. 14084. (H 91039. 
Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Dickering and bargaining on every side 
in the market at Mandalay, Burma. 
14535. (H 91647, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Dining room Englischer Hof, Baden 
Baden, Germany. 2146. (H 90986. , 
Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Distributing supplies to the destitute 
from one of the little damaged build- 
ings, Kingston disaster, Jamaica. 8766. 
(H 91121, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Drawing-room in the royal palace, show- 
ing cut glass table and silver chairs, 
Udaipur. 14012. (H 90998, Mar. 4, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Drivers washing their bulls in a lake near 
Colombo, Ceylon. 14304. (H 91570, 
Mar. 18, L907J 

Early morning among the Ghats, crowds 
of pilgrims bathing in the sacred Gan- 
ges, Benares, India. (H 91038. Mar. 4. 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Elephant keepers driving a herd of huge 
beasts into a river to drink, Kandy, 
Ceylon. 14324. (H 91589, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Emptv camel train leaving thriving city 
of Jaipur, India. 14020. (H 91002, 
Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Enormous marine palace of the Maharaja, 
from across Lake Pichola, Udaipur, 
India. 14010. (H 90997, Mar. 4, 1907: 
2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Entrance cascade and sentry bridge, Wat- 
kins Glen, N. Y., U. S. A. 384. (H 
90977, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Entrance colonnade to the Shive Dagon, 
pagoda, most sacred of Buddhist shrines, 
Ragoon, Burma. 14510. (H 91622, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Entrance gate and causeway over the 
sacred tank, Golden Temple, Amritsar, 
India. 14060. (H 91416, Mar. 13, 
1907.) 

Entrance to the Arrakan pagoda, one of 
the most splendid Buddhist temples in 
Burma, Mandalav. 14531. (H 91643, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Entrance to the beautiful marble tomb 
of St. Selim Chishti, Fatehpur-Sikri, 
India. 14079. (H 91034, Mar. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Exciting (An) moment, fishermen bring- 
ing their catamaran through the boiling 
surf, Ceylon. 14309. (H 91574, Mar. 
18, 19070 

Exquisitely carved marble surrounding 
the tomb of Mumtaz Mahal in the Taj 
Mahal Agra, India. 14068. (H 91028, 
Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Fakir (A) on his bed of spikes, most spec- 
tacular performance of a religious fa- 
natic, India. 14091. (H 91421, Mar. 
13, 1907.) 

Famous high banks of the Genesee from 
near the gates of Glen Irie, Portage, 
N. Y. 13506. (H 90990, Mar. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Mar. 6, 1907. 

Famous group of Assan rubber trees in the 
botanical gardens, Peradeniya, Ceylon. 
14319. (H 91584, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Fantastic (A) sight, Royal Mail steam- 
ship's building, its roof pointing to the 
sky, Kingston disaster, Jamaica. 8754. 
(H 91394, Mar. 13, 19070 

Finishing and packing processes, cigar 
making, Mopoon, Burma. 14530. (H 
91642, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

First steps toward reconstructing the 
devastated city, carrying away the de- 
bris, Kingston disaster, Jamaica. 8758. 
(H 91116, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Five-acre bed of head lettuce ready for 
the market. 13511. (H 90991, Mar. 4, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 



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White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 

Flocks of vultures, most repulsive of 
birds, waiting for carcasses on the banks 
of the Ganges, India. 14089. (H 
91042, Mar, 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Fruit shop at Penang, Straits Settlement. 
14504. (H 91616, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Giant bamboo nearly 100 ft. high, trunks 
12 inches diameter, Peradeniya, Cey- 
lon. 14317. (H 91582, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Glimpse of one of nature's beauty spots, 
Genesee river and falls, Portage, N. Y. 
13504. (H 90988, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Golden Shive-zi-gon pagoda, between 
Nyawngu and Pagan, Burma. 14546. 
(H 91658, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Golden temple, sacred lake and clock 
tower, Amritsar, India. 14058. (H 
91023, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Good friends, a huge elephant, the gen- 
tlest and most docile of beasts and cattle 
feeding together, India. 14036. (H 
91411, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Good night, Freshie, sorry to leave you, 
but we'll come again. 5825. (H 90929, 
Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Great cone shaped Sule pagoda, Rangoon, 
Burma. 14508. (H 91620, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 

Great palace of the Maharaja a huge pile 
of oriental architecture, Jaipur, India. 
14023. (H 91005, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Great royal palace in the deserted city of 
Amber, once the capital of Jaipur, 
India. 14033. (H 91008, Mar, 4, 1907; 
2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Grinding moonstones in Kandy, where 
the finest and most lustrous in the 
world are found, Ceylon. 14328. (H 
91593, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Hall of the peacock throne, in the palace 
of the grand moguls, wails inlaid with 
gems, Delhi, India. 14052. (H 91019, 
Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Hansom (The) cabs of Agra, in the street 
before the Jumana mosque, India. 
14064. (H 91417, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Happy though destitute refugees in tem- 
porary shelters at Parade gardens, 
Kingston disaster, Jamaica. 8769. (H 
91124, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Hauling logs from the Salween river with 
the patient, powerful elephant, Moul- 
mein, Burma. 14517. (H 91629, Mar. 
18, 1907.) 

Herding goats on the great plains outside 
the beautiful city of Udaipur, India. 
14015. (H 91408, Mar. 13, 1907.) 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 

Hideous method of disposing of the dead, 
building pyres and laying on the bodies 
to be burned, Benares, India. 14086. 
(H 91040, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 
1907.) 

Hindu widow lighting the funeral pyre of 
her husband, Benares, India. 14087. 
(H 90942, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Holy Tank Alwar, surrounded with pal- 
aces and shrines a scene of surpassing, 
beauty, India. 14039. (H 91412, Mar. 
13, 1907.) 

Holy Thuparama dogoba, in which the 
collar bone of Buddha is buried Anur- 
adhapura, Ceylon. 14337. (H 91602, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Hordes of faithful Moslems leaving the 
Jumma mosque, Delhi, India. 14046. 
(H 91017, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 
1907.) 

How chasms are made, stream and cascade 
wearing away the rocky gorge, Watkins 
Glen, N. Y. 385. (H 90978, Mar. 4, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

How the oriental travels, bullock carts 
in the streets of Jaipur, India. 14031. 
(H 91006, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 
1907.) 

Huge many-trunked banyan tree in the 
streets of Colombo, Ceylon. 14302. 
(H 91568, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Huge reclining Buddha carved in rock, 
surrounded by smaller image, Insuru- 
miniya, Ceylon. 14343. (H 91608, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Hundreds of wild boars from the jungle 
swarming on the hills near Udaipur, 
India. 14017. (H 91000, Mar. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Ideal scene of tropic beauty, Kandy, Cey- 
lon. 14323. (H 91588, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Immense image of Buddha at the Shive 
Dagon pagoda, Rangoon, Burma. 14511. 
(H 91623, Mar. 18, 1907.)' 

Imposing (The) royal palace with its 
marble terraces, overlooking Lake Pi- 
chola, Udaipur, India. 14011. (H 
90930, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Imposing ruins of a massive gate in the 
wall of old Delhi, India. 14054. (H 
91021, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

In the beautiful white marble cloisters of 
Akbar's tomb, Agra, India. 14075. (H 
91031, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

In the courtyard of the golden temple, 
Amritsar, India. 14061. (H 91024, 
Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



275 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 

In the great Paingoo caves. Sitting 
Buddhas many centuries old, South 
Burma. 14524. (H 91636, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 

Incomparable Taj Mahal, reared by the 
great mogul, Shah Jehan, as a tomb for 
his wife, Agra, India. (H 91027, Mar. 4, , 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Indian artist carving an elephant's tusk; 
in one of the workshops of Delhi, India. 
14047. (H 91610, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Indian lapidaries working under an Ital- 
ian artist to restore the mosaics of the 
royal palace, Delhi, India. (H 91020, 
Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Intelligent elephants carrying huge blocks 
of teakwood, lumber yards, Rangoon, 
Burma. 14512. (H 91624, Mar. 18, i 
1907.) 

Interior of the Dilwarra Temple, filled 
with the most exquisite carving in all 
India. 14006. (H 91406, Mar. 13, 
1907.) 

Insuruminiya, an ancient and picturesque 
rock temple in the heart of Cevlon. 
14341. (H 91606, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Jain Temple at Calcutta, considered the 
finest Jain structure in the world, India. 
14100. (H 91049, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Jak (The) bread fruit tree the huge fruit 
weighing 5 to 50 lbs., Ceylon. 14326. 
(H 91591, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Jamaican natives cooking dinner in the 
midst of the ruins of their former homes, 
Kingston disaster. 8762. (H 91119, 
Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Jatalan pagoda hill from the terrace of the 
monastery, Moulmein, Burma. 14514. 
(H 91626, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Jubilee market on Orange street in the 
heart of the devastated district, Kings- 
ton disaster, Jamaica. 8768. (H 
91123, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Jugdish temple, a most perfect example 
of Hindu architecture, Udaipur, India. 
14014. (H 90931, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Jumma mosque, Delhi, of white marble 
and red sandstone, the greatest in In- 
dia. 14043. (H 91014, Mar. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Juna laden with pottery, on the Irra- 
waddy, Burma. 14551. (H 91663, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Kinchinjanga, 28,156 ft. high, second 
highest mountain in the world, the 
Himalayas, India. 14094. (H 91046, 
Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 

Lace-like screen of delicately carved 
marble inlaid with gems, Taj Mahal, 
Agra, India. 14069. (H 91029, Mar. 4, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Lace making in Ceylon — Singhalese girls 
at work in a courtyard, Colombo, Cev- 
lon. 14303. (H 91569, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Largest dagoba in Anurad hapura, dome, 
360 ft, in diameter, Cevlon. 14335. 
(H 91600, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Largest draught animal in the world, 
elephants harnessed with chains, haul- 
ing logs in lumber yards, Moulmein, 
Burma. 14518. (H 91630, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Largest, gentlest, most intelligent of 
beasts — elephant holding boy in his 
trunk, Ceylon. 14331. (H 91596, Mar. 
18, 1907.) 

Lion (The) entrance to the wonderful 
rock-carved caves of Elephanta, near 
Bombay, India. 14004. (H 91405, 
Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Loading an Irrawaddy steamer at Minbu, 
Burma. 14553. (H 91665, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 

Loading freight into native buffalo carts 
at the water front, Penang, Straits Set- 
tlement. 14503. (H 91615, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 

Loading rock salt into cars, 60 car-loads 
per day, at Retsof, N. Y., U. S. A. 
13519. (H 91453, Mar. 14, 1907.) 

Lofty bamboo trees in the beautiful bo- 
tanical gardens, Paradeniya, Ceylon. 
14318. (H 91583, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Long haired, ash-besmeared fakirs on the 
banks of the Ganges, Benares, India. 
14088. (H 91041, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Looking across the moat (300 ft.) to the 
walls of Fort Dufferin, Mandalay, 
Burma. 14537. (H 91649, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 

Looking down 300 ft. from the ramparts 
of the fort on the ancient town, Gwalior, 
India. 14032. (H 91037, Mar. 4, 1907; 
2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Looking for bodies among the ruins 
where a number of victims are known 
to be buried, Kingston disaster, Ja- 
maica. 8765. (H 91120, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Looking north across the lake at Kandy 
to the famous Temple of Buddha's 
tooth, Cevlon. 14322. (H 91587, Mar. 
18, 1907.) 

Looking up Shadow gorge, Watkins 
Glen, N. Y. 388. (H 90981, Mar. 4, 
1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 



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White (H. C.) company, 

North Bennington, vt. 

Lovely valley of Dumbera from the 

heights above, Kandy, Ceylon. 14329. 

(H 91594, Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Magnificent gate to the abandoned palace 

of Fatehpur-Sikrl, called the finest 

gate in the world, India. 14078. (H 

91422, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Magnificent marble hall of the pearl 

mosque, Agra, India. 14070. (H 91030, 

Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Majestic (The) gateway to* Akbar's Tomb, 

from the terrace of the mausoleum, 

Agra, India. 14074. (H 91420, Mar. 

13, 1907.) 
Making cigars— Burmese women cutting 

and rolling the wrappers, Mopoon, 

Burma. 14528. (H 91640, Mar. 18, 

1907.) 
Malay boats in the harbor at Pinang, 

Straits Settlement. 14502. (H 91614, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Manak Chowk, a busy thoroughfare in 

Jaipur, India. 14028. (H 90934, Mar. 

2, 1907.) 
Marble tomb of Nizam-ud-din Aulia, a 

celebrated Moslem poet, near Delhi, 

India. 14056. (H 91022, Mar. 4, 1907; 

2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Market place paved with pigeons — all 

animal life is sacred in Jaipur, India. 

14024. (H 90933, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Marvellous Taj Mahal seen through the 

arches of a balcony of the Royal palace, 

Agra, India. 14072. (H 90940, Mar. 2, 

1907.) 
Marvellously (The) picturesque old city 

of Udaipur on beautiful Lake Pichola, 

India. 14008. (H 91407, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Mihintale dagoba, over 2,000 years old, 

one of the best preserved Buddhist 

monuments, Ceylon. 14334. (H 91599, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Mischief brewing. 5242. (H 90971, Mar. 

4, 1907.) 

(H 91451, Mar. 14, 1907.) 

Miserable hovels of the natives within the 

shadow of the imposing walls of 

Fatehpur-Sikri, India. 14077. (H 

91033, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 
Mohammedan boys leaping from a tower 

70 ft. high into a sacred tank, Delhi, 

India. 14048. (H 90937, Mar. 2, 1907.) 
Mohammedans celebrating a holiday in 

the hills outside Jaipur, India. 14032. 

(H 91007, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 

1907.) 
Mohammedans performing the ceremony 

of washing hands and lips at Jumma 

mosque, Delhi, India. 14044. (H 

91015, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 

Monks worshipping before an ancient 
stone image of Buddha in a jungle, 
Ceylon. 14339. (H 91604, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 

Most faultless edifice that man has reared, 
the Taj Mahal at Agra, India. 14066. 
(H 90939, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Most imposing emblem of Mohammedan 
power that this earth can show, the 
Kitub Minav, 700 years old, perfect in 
every detail, Delhi, India. 14050. (H 
90938, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Most sacred shrine in Ceylon, the temple 
of Buddha's tooth, Kandy. 14321. 
(H 91586, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Mounting an elephant by way of the huge 
creature's foreleg, which he obediently 
holds up, Ceylon. 14330. (H 91595, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Native Burmese examining the curious 
stalactite formation in the Paingoo 
caves, South Burma. 14526. (H 91638, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Native children fishing on the beach near 
Colombo, Ceylon. 10308. (H 91573, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Native climbing a palm tree to draw 
palm toddy, the sap of the opening 
flower buds, Burma. 14522. (H 91634, 
Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Native sculptor chiseling an image of 
Buddha from white marble, Burma. 
14539. (H 91651, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Native soldiers on duty among the ruins 
in the business portion of the city, 
Kingston disaster, Jamaica. 8759. (H 
91398, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Necessity camp, rude quarters of refugees 
at the race course, Kingston disaster, 
Jamaica, 8770. (H 91401. Mar. 13, 

1907.) 

Nepalese peasants at Darjeeling, the 
great health resort of Bengal, Hima- 
layas in distance, India. 14095. (H 
91612, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

One of Kingston's principal streets, build- 
ings completely ruined by earthquake, 
Kingston disaster, Jamaica. 8747. (II 
91390, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

One of the huge leogryphs (guardian 
lions) before a pagoda on the Irrawaddy, 
Burma. 14555. (H 91667, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 

One of the 12 ornamental gates in the 
walls of Fort Dufferin, Mandalay, 
Burma. 14538. (H 91650, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 



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277 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 

Oriental omnibus elephant with its Load 
of passengers at the palace gate, Jaipur, 
India. 14022. (H 91004, Mar. 4, 1907: 
2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Palatial residence of the native Malays 
in the heart of the tropics. 14506. ( H 
91618, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Parish (The) church, clock on tower shows 
exact hour when earthquake took place, 
Kingston disaster, Jamaica. 8748. (B 
91391, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Perils (The) of photography, our artist, 
H. G. Pouting, F. R. G. S., photograph- 
ing alligators at short range on the edge 
of an Indian lake. 14034. (H 91410, 
Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Picking tea on Sir Thomas Lipton's fa- 
mous tea plantation at Polgahawela, 
Ceylon. 14314. (H 91579, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 

Picturesque bazaar where peasants of the 
Himalayas barter their wares, Dar- 
jeeling, India. 14096. (H 91047. Mar. 
4, 1907: 2c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Picturesque eitv of Alwar from the hill 
below the fort, India. 14037. (II 
90936, Mar. 2. 1907.) 

Picturesque road to Pagan, lined with 
ruins of pagodas and carved images, 
Burma. 14547. (H 91659, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 

Picturesque views of the glen and path ! 
along the edge of rocky chasm. Watkins 
Glen, N. Y. 386. (H 90979, Mar. 4, 
1907: 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Pineapple plantation, the ripened fruit 
ready to be gathered, Ceylon. 14312. 
(H 91577, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Pinnacled heights of Pagoda hill, crowned 
with innumerable shrines. Moulmein, 
Burma. 14515. fH 91627, Mar. 18, 
1907.) 

Playing bandy or hocky on a field of ice, 
in Engadine. Switzerland. 15163. H 
91308, Mar. 9, 1907.) 

Port Royai St., a scene of utter desolation. 
Kingston disaster, Jamaica. 8753. (H 
91115, Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Port (The) where wharves were destroyed . 
relief ship at the pier, Kingston disas- 
ter, Jamaica. 8765. (H 91400, Mar. 
13, 1907.) 

Primitive method of threshing in Burma, 
treading out rice with water buffaloes. 
14523. (H 91635, Mar. 18, 1907. ) 

Professional dancing girls in the streets of 
old Delhi, India. 14051. (H 91018, 
Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

28250— pt 4, xos 14-17—07 7 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 

Queen's golden monastery, a gem of orien- 
tal architecture, Mandalav, Burma. 
14534. < H 91646, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Ringing a temple bell, in a temple court- 
yard, Pagan, Burma. 14550. ill 
91662, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Road through a Malay village, palms and 
tropic verdure on every side. 14505. 
(II 91617, Mar. 18, 1907:) 

Rows of ruined ware houses long lower 
King street, looking toward the Bay. 
Kingston disaster, Jamaica. 8751. <\\ 
91114, Mai. 6, 1907.) 

Rugged gorge of the Genesee, showing 
middle and upper falls. Portage, N. "Y. 
13505. (H 90989. Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. 
Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Ruined foundation of ancienl pagoda, 
the largest mass of brick work in the 
world, Mengoon, Burma. 14544. (II 
91656, Mar. 8, 1907.) 

Ruins of the architectural glories of Anu- 
radhapura, once the capital of Ceylon. 
(500 B. C.) 14338. (H 91603, Mar. IS. 

1907.) 

Sacred bullocks before the temple en- 
trance, Alwar, India. 14041. (H 

91012. Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Sacred lake and infinitely sacred temple 
of Brahma at Pushkar, India. 14018. 
(H 90932, Mar. 2, 1907.) 

Sacred turtle tank and the gorgeous Arra- 
kan pagoda , Mandalay , Burma . 1 453 2 . 
I H 91644, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Sailing o'er a crystal sea. Singhalese 
catamaran gliding through the surf at 
WVllawatta, Ceylon. 14305. 11 

91571, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

St. Moritz, a popular health resort in En- 
gadine, Switzerland. 15165. (H 
91310, Mar. 9, 1907.) 

Scarce a wall left standing, utter demoli- 
tion of business blocks by earthquake 
of Jan. 14, 1907, Kingston, Jamaica. 
8752. (H 91393, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Sculptured by nature, Elfin gorge with its 
lovelv pools, Watkins Glen, N. Y. 
389. "(H 90982, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 
6, 1907.) 

Sea gulls following an ocean liner on the 
Indian ocean. 14556. (H 91668, Mar. 
18, 1907.) 

Searching the ruins what the earthquake 
left, the fire destroved, Kingston dis- 
aster. 8760. (H 91117. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Setting out for a trip on skis, in Engadine, 
Switzerland. (H 91309, Mar. 9, 1907.) 



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White (H. C.) company, 

North Bennington, Vt. 

Ships of the desert, stately camels on an 

avenue outside Agra, India. 14073. 

(H 91419, Mar. 13, 1907.) 
Siamese pilgrim priests with their votive 

offerings, Ceylon. 14340. (H 91605, 

Mar. 18, 1907.) 
Sikh strong man with his clubs, the heavi- 
est 640 lbs., smallest, 160 lbs. 14062. 

(H 91025, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 

1907.) 
Singhalese girl with her water jar, Ceylon. 

14327. (H 91592, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Singhalese girls in their comboys (straight 
skirts) and white jackets, Ceylon. 
14313. (H 91578, Mar. 18, 1907. ) 

Snake charmer performing with deadly ; 

cobras and other reptiles, India. 14092 I 

(H 91044, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, ! 

1907.) 
Splendid gate of old Gwalior Fort, as seen 

from the ramparts, Gwalior, India. 

14081. (H 91036, Mar. 4, 1907; 2 c. 

Mar. 6, 1907.) 
State elephants of the Maharaja on parade, 

Jaipur, India. 14026. (H 91454, Mar. 

14, 1907.) 
Steamer and native boats on the famous 

Irrawaddy, at Thavatmyo, Burma. 

14554. (H 91666, Mar. 18, 1907.) 

Street scene in ancient Delhi, the Rome 
of Asia, India. 14042. (H 91013, Mar. 
4, 1907; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1907.) 

Sunrise on the Himalayas, the roof of the 
world, northern India. 14099. (IT 
91424, Mar. 13, 1907.) 

Sunrise on the Indian ocean. 14501. (H 
9